William Kentridge: Tide table

Anne & Gordon Samstag Musuem of Art

William Kentridge is one of the most significant and internationally renowned artists of our time. Kentridge was born in Johannesburg in 1955 and continues to live and work in South Africa. His unique artistic practice offers a distinctive vision of the complex history of South Africa, the legacy of apartheid and, more broadly, the nature of human emotions and memory.

Art Exhibition previously on at Anne & Gordon Samstag Museum of Art in Adelaide precinct, South Australia, Australia.
From Friday 29 August 2008 to Friday 17 October 2008

Tide table image

Published by anonymous on Friday 27 June 2008.
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Tide table 2003 is one of Kentridge’s iconic animations and exemplifies his technique of making charcoal drawings on a single page that are successively amended and filmed. Through animation Kentridge portrays the realities of daily life alongside the broader moral and ethical issues faced by the developing nation of South Africa as well as communities the world over.

Location

Anne & Gordon Samstag Musuem of Art
55 North Terrace
Adelaide