Kentridge @ Stephen  Friedman, London
22 April 2000 
William Kentridge is exhibiting a body of work at the Stephen Friedman Gallery, 14 April - 20 May 2000.

The exhibition includes some new figurative bronze relief sculptures arranged as a procession. They take reference from the Maquettes he used for his theatre work and 'shadow' films. There are also some charcoal drawings from his film 'Ulisse' on which the artist comments: "I was looking at the body as a metaphor for our relationship to memory and the unconscious, acknowledging that  there are things happening under the surface , which we hope will be well contained by our skin."

The exhibition is well worth a visit, but when I was there, the staff could not give me any information on prices and availability of the work.