One of the most tough-minded and poetic artists of our time, Kentridge is well served by this handsome summary of his work to date. Fortuna . . . takes a determinedly artist-focused approach. Featuring a number of insightful commentaries by Kentridge . . . the book is organized around his intuitive studio method of 'directed' discovery or 'fortuna'. Kentridge is a bottomless well of philosophical speculation and image creation whose commentaries provide a primer on how one of the most significant artists alive conceives and creates. A must for any interested in Kentridge s creations." This first major monograph on the widely acclaimed South African artist William Kentridge brings together nearly 200 of his works made between 1989 and 2012. A 'must' for any interested in Kentridge's creations. Tone brings together the subtext behind the approximately 200 pieces depicted in the exhibition, describing Kentridge's artistic process and personal history.