Artwork by William Kentridge, Remembering the Treason Trial, 2013.
Whitechapel Gallery, London.
This artwork was printed on a 100% silk scarf by Hellen van Berkel. The scarf has hand-stitched edges.
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Original artwork: Remembering the Treason Trial consists of 63 panels that make up the image of a tree drawn by William Kentridge on top of pages from 1890’s South African technical mining manuals. It was printed in an edition of 25 plus proofs in 2013.
Size: 105 x 105 cm.
Image: courtesy of William Kentridge.
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