William Kentridge

IB Visual Arts: William Kentridge

Teachers and students who are interested in exploring questions about violence, injustice, segregation and racism, there are artists whose work address these themes while also allowing viewers to look again at human suffering and struggle with violence in a way that history books cannot. Looking first at artists whose work deals with issues around social injustice, environmental or human, is a good way for students to...


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