Artists in Depth presents concentrations of work by artists whom the MCA has collected in depth, or whose pieces in the collection are definitive examples of their singular aesthetic. This installment showcases the work of artist William Kentridge and features his film History of the Main Complaint along with a group of drawings used to create the film.
MCA Chief Curator Elizabeth Smith, Director of Collections and Exhibition Services Jennifer Draffen, and Senior Preparator Brad Martin examine the exhibition from multiple angles: interpretation, installation, and caring for the artworks.
- 01Elizabeth SmithIntroduction to Artists In Depth
- 02Elizabeth SmithLeon Golub, "Mercenaries I"
- 03Elizabeth SmithLeon Golub, "Reclining Youth"
- 04Elizabeth Smith and Brad MartinBruce Nauman, "Elliott's Stones"
- 05Elizabeth Smith and Brad MartinBruce Nauman, "Hanging Carousel (George Skins a Fox)"
- 06Elizabeth Smith and Jennifer DraffenDonald Judd and Sharon Lockheart
- 07Elizabeth SmithCindy Sherman, Untitled Film Stills
- 08Elizabeth SmithCindy Sherman, "Untitled #153"
- 09Elizabeth SmithCindy Sherman, "Untitled #167"
- 10Elizabeth Smith and Jennifer DraffenKara Walker
- 11Elizabeth Smith and Jennifer DraffenSarah Sze