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Curated by Usha Seejarim, the exhibition – which features 52 artworks from the bank’s corporate collection – is presented against the backdrop of South Africa’s current socio-political context, and invites and encourages viewers to contemplate the notion of Ubuntu in the context of South Africa’s contemporary conditions.
William Kentridge’s immersive installation, , travels to the Ohio State University’s Wexner Center for the Arts (3 February – 15 April).
Work by Kentridge is included on the Harn Museum of Art’s group exhibition, Poetic and Political, at the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida (15 August – 8 July).
explores two realms of perception often considered oppositional but more likely to work in tandem to make a rich, provocative and compelling visual impact.
Work by Kentridge is included on the Museo nazionale delle arti del secolo di Roma’s latest exhibition of the institution’s permanent collection, titled The Place to Be (opens 1 November).
The exhibition features over 60 works of art – from architecture, to installation, photography and other media – with pieces dating from the 1960s through to today, as well as some of the museum’s most recent acquisitions from 20.
Curated by Manuel Borja-Villel and Soledad Liaño, the exhibition focuses on Kentridge’s stage work – including theatre, opera and performance – and uses it as a lens through which to approach his sculptural projects.
Kentridge engages with question surrounding the creative potential of virtual reality within the field of contemporary art practice and production, and the potential inter- and multidisciplinary practices that exist between the arts and digital technology.The artist also delivers , a lecture-performance at Bruges’ Concert Hall on 17 October.Commissioned by the Castello di Rivoli Museo d’Arte Contemporanea, Kentridge’s site-specific, sculpture installation is one of a few selected works to mark the inauguration of the newly renovated Officine Grandi Riparazioni in Turin (until 12 December 2018).Art Exchange – sited at the University of Essex and described as a space where art, artists and audiences can meet – hosts screenings of William Kentridge’s 1990 video work, (9 – 12 November).As a parable of resistance, Kentridge’s iconic video work forms part of the organisation’s current focus on art and its relationship to power.