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William Kentridge: Secondhand Reading

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Secondhand Reading began life as a film constructed from a succession of drawings made by William Kentridge (born 1955) in 2013,

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    William Kentridge: Secondhand Reading
    Author: William Kentridge
    Publisher:Fourthwall Books (October 31,