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Artist William Kentridge says Winston Churchill statue should be buried so we can ‘look down’ on him

South African artist William Kentridge has said we should bury statues of figures including Winston Churchill so we may “look down upon them”.Kentridge, whose art reflects on South Africa’s colonial past, spoke to The Art Newspaper about the toppling and sinking of Bristolian trans-Atlantic slave trader Edward Colston’s statue. He also addressed the Mayor of London’s decision to protect statues of Winston Churchill and other colonial era figures amid Black Lives Matter protests in the summer of 2020.He said: “That palisade was saying, for British people, Churchill is the greatest Britain who ever lived. But for millions of...
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"William Kentridge: See for Yourself" coming to The Warehouse Art Museum

The Warehouse Art Museum, 1635 W. St. Paul Ave., will host a new exhibit, “William Kentridge: See for Yourself,” from Friday, July 8 through Friday, Dec. 16. The exhibit includes work from the internationally acclaimed artist that emphasizes his interactive art and practice, including never-shown-before pieces. This will...
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“William Kentridge: See for Yourself” at The Warehouse Art Museum July 8 – Dec. 16, 2022

Milwaukee (June 1, 2022) – The Warehouse Art Museum presents “William Kentridge: See for Yourself,” a comprehensive exhibition of work by the internationally acclaimed artist William Kentridge, emphasizing his interactive work. The exhibition includes some works that have never before been publicly displayed. The show opens July 8 and continues through December 16, 2022.
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