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William Kentridge, the Joburg artist famed for his black charcoal drawings and preference for white work shirts, is back in Cape Town with a new exhibition. 

Four years on from his concurrent takeover of Zeitz MOCAA and Norval Foundation, in what amounted to the largest-ever survey of his multitudinous art practice, Kentridge is showing new drawings and sculptures with Goodman Gallery.

In a city of immoderate colour palettes and lightweight lounge art, Kentridge’s fidelity to the colour black and investigating sober political themes make him something of an outsider. And yet he has long enjoyed a committed local audience….Click here to read the full article

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