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Installation view of William Kentridge's "In Praise of Shadows,"

William Kentridge: In Praise of Shadows

The Broad debuts a wide-ranging survey of the artist William Kentridge alongside live performances, music, and special programming, currently on view through April 9. Titled, “William Kentridge: In Praise of Shadows,” the exhibition offers 35 years of compelling artworks, including sculptures, tapestries, theater sets, and drawings. Public programming central to the powerful themes of Kentridge’s practice—like racism, colonialism, and rising above hate—are presented throughout the show. Highlights include “When We Dream in Bittersweet Tongues” on February 4 and April 1, curated by poet and educator Shonda Buchanan, which gathers BIPOC poets and writers to tell their stories to the world; and “Moor Mother and Irreversible Entanglements” on April 1, featuring a performance by the poet, vocalist, and educator Moor Mother alongside free-jazz collective Irreversible

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