Posts in category Artists

Faith47 in Champagne

Faith47 has just completed the mural The Progress of the Truth of Man (above) somewhere in Champagne in Northern France. This piece was soon followed by the work Before We Born in Paris. Her installation who cannot pretend? death. is a form of art. is showing in Stockholm, Sweden. Faith47 will be exhibiting with David Krut […]

Faith47 in Stockholm

Faith47 has just completed work on an installation in at the Kulturhuset Stockholm, Sweden, entitled who cannot pretend? death. is a form of art. The arches featured in this exhibition also appeared at Von der Heydt Museum, Wuppertal, about which more can be read here. For more on Faith47, see the images of the work […]

Stephen Hobbs – Urban Labo...

On 21 July at Villa Arcadia, 22 Oxford Road, Parktown, Stephen Hobbs will be speaking and taking part in a discussion which he has titled Urban Labotomy/Laboratory. The talk will “(d)raw on Rem Koolhaas’ notion of skyscraper buildings as a design disconnect between – interior function and exterior form, thus a dysfunctional signifier of urbanity, […]

Senzo Shabangu: New Linocuts in ...

Senzo Shabangu has been working with DKW Intern Samantha McCulloch to edition one of his new linocuts From the city of Gold ll, an image which features one of JOhannesburg’s quintessential taxis against a lush background of gold. Images of this work can be seen below. These new linocuts, along with monotypes created in the […]

Senzo Shabangu at David Krut Pri...

Senzo Shabangu has been working at David Krut Print Workshop, Parkwood, on a series of new monotypes with hand painting. These new works, along with new linocuts created for the Transference exhibiton at the Johannesburg Art Gallery, will be exhibited at Arts on Main during August 2012, following new editions by Sean Slemon. These works […]

Jürgen Partenheimer – Comp...

Upon arrival for his residency at the NIROX Foundation in September 2011, Jürgen Partenheimer set out with a notebook to capture his impressions of what would serve as home to him for two months. This workbook as a visual diary is the fourth of its kind; the others originated during residencies in Rome, Sao Paulo […]

Diane Victor in New York part IV

Hannah Dumes and Miranda Leighfield from David Krut Projects New York visited Robert Blackburn Print Workshop to see how work has progress on the artist’s new plates. Johee Kim is busy editioning one of Victor’s new drypoint plates. The previous plate has been put aside for the time being as it needs more work. You […]

Diane Victor in New York part II...

Johee Kim, of Robert Blackburn Print Workshop New York, has been proofing a new Diane Victor drypoint print. The images above and below show Kim attaching chine colle to the plate for printing, as well as details of the plate and print. Chine collé is used for a variety of purposes. One use, as seen […]

Maja Maljević – Revisited ...

Maja Maljević will be exhibiting at Nirox Projects, Arts on Main, from 6 May to 27 May 2012. Maja Maljević was born in Belgrade, the capital of what today is Serbia, in 1973, and immigrated to South Africa in 2000. She has exhibited extensively both locally and internationally, including Johannesburg, Cape Town, New York, Vienna, […]

Diane Victor in New York, part I...

Diane Victor has been working with printer Johee Kim at the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop. Miranda Leighfield from David Krut Projects New York has been observing and documenting the project. She has written, “Over the past week Diane has worked further on the one drypoint plate and today Johee steel faced the plate ready for […]

William Kentridge – “...

The printers of David Krut Print Workshop, in a collaboration with William Kentridge’s studio team, have been carving and printing linos to create a fascinating new body of work. The linocuts began as a series of small ink drawings on old dictionary pages by William Kentridge, executed using broad and thin paintbrushes. As a result, the […]

Diane Victor UJ Exhibition conti...

Following the closing of Diane Victor’s exhibition Ashes to Ashes and Smoke to Dust at the University of Johannesburg Art Gallery a selection of work from the exhibition will be shown at David Krut Projects as a continuation of the Ashes to Ashes… exhibition. These selected pieces from UJ Art Gallery will be exhibited alongside […]

Upcoming Linocuts by William Ken...

David Krut Print Workshop at Arts on Main has launched into 2012 full speed ahead with printing and editioning the latest series of linocuts by William Kentridge. Many of the prints will become part of an upcoming exhibition in Australia this year. With almost 60 linocut prints to create, the DKW team and Kentridge’s assistants […]

New Prints by Senzo Shabangu

Senzo Shabangu starts off 2012 with fresh lino plates that he carved during the December break, in his home town in Mpumalanga. He is currently back at the Jan Smuts workshop proofing these images in preparation for his much anticipated show at Johannesburg Art Gallery in February. The exhibition, titled Transference: Jozi Trolley Drivers, will […]

Jessica Webster Walkabout at NIR...

Please join us for a walkabout and question & answer session with the artist as Jessica Webster takes us through her latest body of work on the exhibition Mainly Benoni. And Paintings. The exhibition opened at NIROX Projects at Arts on Main, Johannesburg, on Sunday 22 January 2012 and will run until mid February. The walkabout […]

Ashes to Ashes and Smoke to Dust...

If you missed Diane Victor’s exhibition, Ashes to Ashes and Smoke to Dust, this is your last week to catch it before the show at UJ Art Gallery comes down. There will be a closing ceremony taking place this Wednesday 25 January at the gallery from 6pm. For more information on the exhibition click here. […]

Diane Victor Book Launch –...

Diane Victor – Burning the Candle at Both Ends publication will be launched at the University of Johannesburg Art Gallery at 11 am on Saturday 21 January 2012 to co-incide with the installation of the second half of the exhibition Ashes to Ashes and Smoke to Dust. The main body of text was written by […]

Mainly Benoni. And Paintings: an...

Following her 2011 residency at the Nirox Foundation, Webster presents her latest body of work, which continues to investigate the ways in which painting exists in two states simultaneously. In one instance, a painting exists as a physical entity – pigments on canvas that create a textured and layered physical surface. In the other instance, […]