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Kentridge's prints skewer apartheid and the powerful

By Cate McQuaid
Globe Correspondent / August 3, 2008

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WILLIAMSTOWN - If you look at Medusa, the Greek myth goes, you'll turn to stone. When Perseus lopped off her head, he did it watching her mirrored image in his polished shield. (Full article: 981 words)

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