William Kentridge’s first substantial solo presentation in London for 15 years will open at Marian Goodman on 11 September. This major exhibition of new works will include two immersive multiscreen film installations, monumental ink-on-paper paintings, sculptures and drawings. In the upper gallery, More Sweetly Play the Dance, an eight-screen processionary danse macabre features a 40 metre, life-sized, circular caravan. Marian Goodman will host a special talk between Kentridge and Iwona Blazwick, Director of the Whitechapel Gallery, on Thursday 10 September, ahead of the show’s preview.
William Kentridge, More Sweetly Play the Dance, Marian Goodman, London
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