"South African artist William Kentridge’s work features an unusual type of animation—the artist films himself drawing and erasing his work, creating a unique documentation of his process. The four films presented here, which focus on his fictional antagonists Soho Eckstein and Felix Teitelbaum, explore both political concerns in South Africa as well as more-universal emotional themes, like greed, jealousy and love. For more information, visit thejewishmuseum.org. "
May 2 – September 19, 2010
The Jewish Museum
1109 Fifth Ave. (at E. 92nd St.)
Manhattan, NY 10128