Author Archives: Luke Crossley
David Krut Print Workshop (DKW) recently completed the editioning of Deborah Bell‘s new prints Extinguish My Eyes and Seal My Ears, which were first seen at the 2012 FNB Joburg Art Fair. Below are images of Bell signing the prints along … Continue reading
Please join us on Saturday 11 May at 11h00 when Mary Wafer will be hosting a walkabout through her exhibition, Mine, at David Krut Projects, 142 Jan Smuts Avenue.
By Bronwyn Law- Viljoen. Published in the Mail and Guardian, 26 April 2013. No contemporary painter can engage landscape painting without feeling the significant weight of the history of this genre and the deeply contested nature of the subject it … Continue reading
This afternoon Kristin Yang brought two of her recent paintings to David Krut Projects. Below are images of her signing the paintings. More of Yang’s work can be seen here.
Vusi Khumalo, whose Untitled collograph was recently editioned by David Krut Print Workshop, visited our gallery on Jan Smuts Avenue to sign the hand-worked ‘ghosts’ from the editioning. In printmaking terms the collograph is inked and then run through the … Continue reading
Below are the assembly instructions for the Scribble Cat print created by William Kentridge at David Krut Print Workshop.
Below are images of the smoke on glass altar piece created by Diane Victor for KKNK.
Below are a selection of images from Stephen Hobbs‘ recent exhibition at Krings-Ernst Gallery, Cologne. The exhibition is a shared collaborative project with Hobbs and architects June-14 Meyer Grohbrugge & Chermayeff and Toshihiko Mitsuya. Look out for Hobbs’ upcoming solo … Continue reading
Stephen Hobbs‘ pop-up book project is steaming ahead. Below are images of Ingrid Schindall and Neo Hlasela pulling new screens ready to the cut and assembled into books which will be available in a limited edition at Hobbs’ upcoming exhibition … Continue reading
Senzo Shabangu has been working with printmaker Mlungisi Kongisa on the editioning of one of Shabangu’s new linocuts: Vusumuzi Mandlakayise. Below are some images from the printing session. This work will be available for purchase shortly. The first part of … Continue reading
In preparation for his upcoming solo exhibition at David Krut Projects at the end of May Stephen Hobbs has been working on producing a pop up book with visiting printer and book-maker Ingrid Schindall. The images were screenprinted and are … Continue reading
“An uncertain encounter outside a corner shop” by Quinten Edward Williams opening 4 April at Parts and Labour, Arts on Main
EXHIBITION | April 5th – April 28th | By appointment (Open Sundays 10:00 – 14:00) “A small stream flows over the pavement into the gutter, making a puddle around a drain on the street. A taxi rumbles past. It does … Continue reading
Senzo Shabangu has recently been working at DKW Arts on Main with visiting printer and book-maker, Ingrid Schindall. The images below are from the session in which one of Shabangu’s new linocuts, Check Mate, was being editioned. For more works … Continue reading
JOHANNESBURG Architecture and Heritage Book launch and photographic exhibition by Patrick de Mervelec David Krut Projects, 142 Jan Smuts Avenue, Parkwood, Johannesburg Saturday 9 March 2013 at 12pm The event will be opened by Her Excellency Mrs Elisabeth Barbier, Ambassador … Continue reading
Watch William Kentridge’s new linocut, Horse, from the Universal Archive series of linocuts be assembled by the printmakers – Jillian Ross, Talya Lubinsky, and Mlungisi Kongisa – at David Krut Print Workshop, Johannesburg, in late 2012.
In preparation for her exhibition in early 2013 at David Krut Projects, Jan Smuts, Mary Wafer has begun working on a series of monotypes. She was joined in the studio by Quinten Williams who was exploring the monotype process for … Continue reading
At DKW Parkwood this week printer Mlungisi Kongisa has been editioning linocuts from William Kentridge’s Universal Archive. Below are some images of the process. The complete series of over 70 individual works can be seen here.
PRESS RELEASE ART WEEK CAPE TOWN is a diverse programme of contemporary art events throughout Cape Town, beginning on November 24 and ending on December 4 2012. Initiated by the Contemporary Art Development Trust, ART WEEK CAPE TOWN is … Continue reading
Louis Maqhubela – Transformational Discourse: New Paintings 2010 – 2012, 14 November – 20 December, LONDON
Art First is privileged to present this group of luminous new paintings by Louis Khehla Maqhubela. They are the first works to be completed since his momentous retrospective exhibition: A Vigil of Departure (1960 – 2010), which toured South Africa. … Continue reading
NEWWORK12 FINE ARTS GRADUATE SHOW – WITS SCHOOL OF ARTS WITS ART MUSEUM, BASEMENT GALLERY OPENING 13TH NOVEMBER 2012 – 18H30 EXHIBITION CLOSES 25TH NOVEMBER TALKABOUTS ON SATURDAY 17TH AND 24TH NOVEMBER – 12H00 NEWWORK12 is an exhibition of … Continue reading
Lynda Ballen will be holding the final walkabout for her exhibition, Concerning Preciousness, at David Krut Projects Arts on Main at 19:00. Along with the walkabout the Night Market will also be happening at Arts on Main, as well as … Continue reading