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Visual Musing: Prints by William Kentridge
February 25–June 19, 2011
This exhibition brings together two recent series of prints by Kentridge, Thinking Aloud (2004) and Nose (2007–2009). Both bodies of work blend his own visual iconography with that of stories from literature and theater. Composed of his expressive and richly layered marks, the prints demonstrate his mastery of intaglio processes. Kentridge's works reveal a lively sense of improvisation and the unexpected unfolding of metaphorical associations.

Curated by Eric Lutz, associate curator of prints, drawings, and photographs, with Ann-Maree Walker, research assistant, Visual Musing: Prints by William Kentridge will be on view in Gallery 337 from February 25 through May 22, 2011.

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