span Exhibition at the Cultural Forum, Berlin from 11 20 2015 to 06 03 2016 Exhibition at the Staatliche Kunsthalle, Karlsruhe from 10 09 2016 to 08 01 2017William Kentridge frequently makes reference in his works to the printed oeuvre of the great German Renaissance artist Albrecht Drer He incorporates Drers pictorial ideas and individual motifs, and, like Drer, strategically employs the striking interplay of black lines and white paper to create his visual worlds This results in a unique perspective on the medium of the black and white print The juxtaposition of works by Kentridge and Drer underscores the similarities and differences of the two artists in terms of media, aesthetics, and content Starting from Kentridges critical review of modernity, which challenges the eras claim to rationality and sophistication, the focus then shifts to the art of Drer, whose works reflect the profound political, religious, and social upheavals at the dawn of the modern period What emerges is a dynamic dialogue between two eras....
|Title||:||Double Vision: Albrecht Dürer, William Kentridge (English and German Edition)|
|Number of Pages||:||563 Pages|
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Double Vision: Albrecht Dürer, William Kentridge (English and German Edition) Reviews
Large format book in German and English. A fascinating comparison of a 21'st century artist and a supreme Renaissance.artist. Both masters of engraving and print. For me, the book was as close as I could get to visiting the exhibit itself in Germany.