Known for his works that address the themes of history, memory, guilt, and forgiveness, South African artist William Kentridge focuses on the enormous rift between the rich and the poor. Exploring his social and political concerns with lyrical, alluring compositions, his work has a universal significance and speaks to oppression and inequity everywhere.
Pictured is his 1993 work, Black Iris.
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