Friday, October 26, 2018 1.30pm–2.30pm

1:30 PM Join graduate students Isabelle Lynch and Anne Cross for a conversation about printmaking in South Africa, and the politics of language both during and after Apartheid. By engaging with works in the exhibition William Kentridge: Universal Archive, we will consider the ways that printmaking serves as a democratic force of artistic expression in South Africa and the collaborative process that defines Kentridge’s own work. Anne Cross is a PhD Candidate in Art History at the University of Delaware and Isabelle Lynch is a doctoral student in Penn’s History of Art Department. Art Reset is an ongoing academic conversation series hosted by the Arthur Ross Gallery in conjunction with our exhibitions.