Joburg Art Fair 2011 artworks available for viewing at DKP, Parkwood

If you missed out on this year’s FNB Art Fair in Joburg or you would like another chance to see what we had on show, please make a point of stopping by David Krut Projects in Parkwood. The Workshop Gallery at the DK Bookstore is currently featuring a selection of artworks that were on the […]

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New Editions: Richard Penn

Richard Penn started working at DKW in 2010 on a series of monotypes. Using nature magazines and images captured by the Hubble Telescope as his references, he immersed himself in exploring the simultaneity of macroscopic and microscopic scale in his artworks. Looking at scale and distance depicted on a single sheet of paper, Penn illustrates how within a single […]

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New Deluxe Edition “Fire Walker” Books at David Krut Projects, Parkwood

Fourth Wall Books recently launched the Kentridge/Marx publication Fire Walker in New York this year and then again at Arts on Main in Johannesburg. The book has been edited by Oliver Barstow and Bronwyn Law-Viljoen and it includes essays by Mark Gevisser, Mpho Matsipa, Alexandra Dodd, Jonathan Cane and Zen Marie. The Deluxe Edition of the book […]

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New Cannonball Prints from Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop Available at DKP, Parkwood

Mike Houston and Martin Mazorra from Cannonball Press in New York have released woodcuts that are now available in limited numbers from DKW. The Cannonball Press duo printed the woodcuts with RBPW printers Phil Sanders and Deborah Chaney. For more information on the availability of the prints, please contact the gallery. Tel: 011 447 0627 /Email: taryn@davidkrut.com or claire@davidkrut.com […]

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Colbert Mashile’s Horse Prints

Colbert Mashile has been creating editions at David Krut Print Workshop (DKW) since 2002, in which time he has produced etchings, linocuts and monotypes in collaboration with DKW printers. In preparation for the The Horse, a group exhibition of horse-themed art works at the Everard Read Gallery this month, Mashile spent some time experimenting with water colour monotypes […]

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Brief Lives: new smoke drawings on by Diane Victor

Earlier this year, Diane Victor spent a few days creating new lithographs with Mark Attwood at the Artists’ Press print studio in White River, Nelspruit. At the same time, she was also preparing for the upcoming exhibition as the featured artist of Innibos; the annual arts and culture festival in Nelspruit (27 June to 1 […]

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IDUBUKELE – The Communal Feast

Senzo Shabangu and Vumelani Sebeko will be the featured exhibiting artists in the event Idubukele at Ko’Spotong in Newtown today. The performance and installation exhibition is a part of this year’s Arts Alive Festival in Johannesburg. Shabangu’s exhibition Naked Pressure will be up at David Krut Workshop Gallery in Parkwood until mid-September. […]

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Artist Talk by Senzo Shabangu – Saturday 27 August 2011

Following the success of the opening of Naked Pressure, artist and printmaker Senzo Shabangu will be conducting a walk-about at the David Krut Workshop Gallery in Parkwood. Shabangu will be speaking about the processes and ideas behind his art and will welcome any questions about the work. Please join us at 12 noon on Saturday […]

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Mary Wafer – Countermeasures exhibition opens at DK Projects Cape Town

Mary Wafer’s solo exhibition “Countermeasures” will be opening at the Cape Town, Montebello Design Centre space, today. The exhibition, under the same title, will open at DK Projects in Parkwood later in September this year. More details about that to follow soon. For more details on the Cape Town show, please go to: http://www.davidkrutprojectscapetown.com/news2/mary-wafer-countermeasures-exhibition-opens-saturday-20-august-11-30am/   […]

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Performances by João Orecchia and Joseph Suchy at DKP (Parkwood) 18 – 23 July

David Krut Projects (Parkwood) will be hosting an experimental sound performance and installation for one week only. This inspired event aims to create an experience within the space that also invites audience interaction.  Performances by João Orecchia and Joseph Suchy will take place twice daily from Monday through Friday. Please join us on Saturday, from […]

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Jo’burg Man: a collaboration between Dale Yudelman and Arlene Amaler-Raviv

The creation of Jo’burg Man is the result of collaboration between photographer Dale Yudelman and artist Arlene Amaler-Raviv. It formed part of the exhibition ‘One‘ which was shown at the Association for Visual Arts in Cape Town in 2000. The general theme of the show spoke about the power of the individual. Jo’burg Man was selected […]

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Diane Victor at David Krut Projects, New York

Exhibiton duration: October 28 – December 18, 2010 David Krut Projects, New York, presents Diane Victor – Recent Work. In her first New York exhibition, South African artist, Diane Victor, presents a group of etchings and smoke drawings fraught with social commentary and, at times, an eerie and lurid reflection of the world around us. Throughout […]

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Deborah Bell: Cry Me a River: a tribute to Robert Hodgins

Deborah Bell created this etching in March 2010. At the time she was working at 107 Workshop, in the UK with master printer Jack Shirreff, on prints such as Coeur Rageand Bride Stripped Bare for her upcoming show at David Krut Projects in Johannesburg. When she heard the news that her close friend and collaborator had passed […]

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William Kentridge: Egyptian Sketchbooks

As part of its policy in favour of contemporary art, the Louvre has invited the South African artist William Kentridge to intervene with a specific project around the theme of ancient Egypt. Parallel to the artist’s monographic exhibition – currently showing at the Jeu de Paume, Carnets d’Egypte in the Denon wing of the Louvre […]

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William Kentridge Prints at Museum of Modern Art New York

In 1998, David Krut arranged the first exhibition of William Kentridge’s prints in the USA in Chicago. Previously there had been an exhibition of his films and related drawings at the San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art. The Chicago exhibition comprised all the editions that Krut had published with Kentridge since the start of their […]

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