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William Kentridge: Five Themes
The Museum of Modern Art presents a wide-ranging retrospective of Kentridge’s work from the 1980s to the present. The show features drawings, sculpture, animation, theatrical designs, and other pieces, including a number of Nose-related works.
February 24–May 17, Museum of Modern Art.

As a special offer, ticket holders to The Nose receive 50% off tickets to the career retrospective William Kentridge: Five Themes at the Museum of Modern Art. This large-scale exhibition surveys nearly three decades of work by the artist, including works related to his staging and design of The Nose. Present your ticket to The Nose at MoMA through May 17, 2010.

Ad Hoc: Works for The Nose
A selection of new Kentridge works tied to his production of The Nose is on view in the Arnold and Marie Schwartz Gallery Met in the south lobby.
Through the end of the Met season, Gallery Met.

The Nose’s Many Faces: Production Interview
Kentridge discusses his work on Shostakovich’s opera with Met General Manager Peter Gelb. The talk is open to Met Patrons and Guild members.
February 22, 6pm, Metropolitan Opera Auditorium.

“I am not me, the horse is not mine”
Kentridge performs his Gogol-inspired one-man piece—part lecture, part theatrical monologue, part installation—as part of the MoMA exhibition.
March 4, 7pm, Museum of Modern Art, Theater 1.

Learning from the Absurd: A Conversation with William Kentridge
Paul Holdengräber, director of public programs at the New York Public Library, hosts a conversation with Kentridge about Gogol, Shostakovich, and Kentridge’s creative process.
March 12, 7pm, New York Public Library, Stephen A. Schwarzman Building, South Court Auditorium.