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Sounds from the Black Box: The Music of Philip Miller for the films of William Kentridge—presented on two nights at the Winter Garden—offered another chance for New Yorkers to experience the South African artist William Kentridge this season. His current MoMA exhibit was previously covered in SundayArts, and his production of Shostakovich’s The Nose is [...]

William Kentridge’s drawing style is so bold and lively that it hardly needs animation to bring it to life. And yet his animated films crackle with energy, just like anything he creates, despite the fact that it is nearly entirely done with rare, hence extremely effective, daubs of color. A survey of his work is [...]

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