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William Kentridge: Flute
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0958497567, Hardcover)William Kentridge FLUTE is a dense collection of essays, photographs and images tracking the internationally famous South African artist's explorations into and production of Mozart's The Magic Flute. Kentridge's production of the opera premiered in Brussels in 2002, and FLUTE was launched in South Africa to celebrate the opera's African premiere in Cape Town. With Mozart's iconic opera at the heart of the publication, the book gathers together an interview with Kentridge, an essay by the artist, Notes Towards an Opera, Drawing the Stage, and essays on satellite projects including The Black Box/ Chambre Noire project by Editor, Bronwyn Law-Viljoen, a study on artists' productions of The Magic Flute by Stéphane Roussel, and a note on the print works supporting the opera by Kate McCrickard. Packed with full color illlustrations, photographs from the stage productions, pages from Kentridge's preparatory journals and numerous reproductions of the drawings and print works that spilled out of the artist's studio and onto the stage, this is a rich,rewarding book
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