William Kentridge on 'Brilliant Ideas' | Episode 41

South African artist William Kentridge is best known for his animated charcoal drawings but he also works in sculpture, print making, tapestry and stage design. He directs operas and creates multi-screen video installations that tour the globe. Recently, he's combined his love of figurative art with dance, music and mime and he's created an extraordinary 500-meter freeze set within the heart of the ancient city of Rome. William Kentridge is frequently in the top rankings for international artists but, despite his global reputation, he's always remained anchored to his roots. (Source: Bloomberg) (Source: Bloomberg)

Phil Knight Says Nike Swoosh Design Originally Cost $35
35:36 - Phil Knight, Nike co-founder and chairman emeritus, tells David Rubenstein about how he sees Nike as a marketing company. He speaks in episode two of the third season of "The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations." (Source: Bloomberg)
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