William Kentridge. Drawing from STEREOSCOPE. 1998–99. Charcoal and pastel on paper, 47 1⁄4 × 63″ (120 × 160 cm). Gift of The Junior Associates of The Museum of Modern Art, with special contributions from Anonymous, Scott J. Lorinsky, Yasufumi Nakamura, and The Wider Foundation. © 2003 William Kentridge. Photo: Tom Griesel, The Museum of Modern Art

Stranger in the Village: Contemporary Drawings and Photographs from The Museum of Modern Art at Guild Hall

August 9–October 27, 2003 The Museum of Modern Art

This dynamic exhibition of contemporary drawings and photographs from MoMA’s collection highlights common issues explored by artists of divergent backgrounds, perspectives, and cultures and reflects the diversity of the Museum’s contemporary acquisitions. The exhibition features works by such artists as Janine Antoni, Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Andreas Gursky, William Kentridge, Bruce Nauman, Chris Ofili, Sheron Rupp, and Kara Walker, among others.

Organized by Jordan Kantor, Assistant Curator, Department of Drawings, and Elizabeth Mangini, Beaumont and Nancy Newhall Curatorial Fellow, Department of Photography.

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