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William Kentridge – “Universal Archive” linocuts in process

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 […]

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David Krut Projects Johannesburg – William Kentridge – Universal Archive (Parts 24 – 37), 1 June to 21 July 2012

From 1 June until 21 July William Kentridge’s Universal Archive (Parts 24 – 37) will be exhibited at David Krut Projects, 142 Jan Smuts Avenue. The Universal Archive linocuts began as a series of small ink drawings by William Kentridge on pages of old dictionaries, made using both old and new paintbrushes. The images are […]

William Kentridge – Universal Archive (Parts 24 – 37) – 1 June to 21 July

William Kentridge – Universal Archive (Parts 24 – 37) – 1 June to 21 July

  From 1 June until 21 July William Kentridge’s Universal Archive (Parts 24 – 37) will be exhibited at David Krut Projects, 142 Jan Smuts Avenue. The Universal Archive linocuts began as a series of small ink drawings by William Kentridge on pages of old dictionaries, made using both old and new paintbrushes. The images […]

The workshop is in flower…

The workshop is in flower…

 

William Kentridge collaboration

William Kentridge collaboration

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 […]

William Kentridge Tate Book Launch

On Tuesday, February 28, the new monograph on William Kentridge written by Kate McCrickard, published in collaboration with the Tate Galleries and David Krut Publishing, was launched at David Krut Projects Arts on Main. We would like to thank everyone who turned out to show their support. Alongside the book launch a selection from a […]

Linocuts for William Kentridge

Linocuts for William Kentridge

Its the last week in the workshop for the year. We are busy proofing new linocuts for William Kentridge. Ink drawings have been transferred onto fifteen individual plates that make up one composite image of a tree. The plates have been carved are being printed on pages from old dictionaries. Wishing everyone a happy festive […]

New William Kentridge linocuts

New William Kentridge linocuts

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Untitled: DKW Summer Show (5 November 2011 – 21 January 2012)

The David Krut Projects Summer Show for 2011 features artworks from a wide selection of artists, most of whom have worked closely with us, some of whom come from further abroad. Untitled brings together a collection of prints that celebrate the diversity of associated and DKW artists, pooling together a variety of themes and techniques […]

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 […]

David Krut Projects at Joburg Art Fair 2011

David Krut Projects will be showcasing work by Bruce Backhouse, Gail Behrmann, Deborah Bell, Bronwen Findlay, Claire Gavronsky, Joseph Hart, Stephen Hobbs, William Kentridge, David Koloane, Lawrence Lemaoana, Maja Maljević, Colbert Mashile, Richard Penn, Robyn Penn, Rose Shakinovsky, Gary Schneider, Senzo Shabangu, Diane Victor, Mary Wafer and Jessica Webster at the Joburg Art Fair at Booth […]

David Krut Projects Cape Town Exhibition Installation

Below are a selection of installation images from the current exhibitions running at David Krut Projects Cape Town. For more information either see www.davidkrutprojectscapetown.com, or contact the gallery on 021 685 0676. William Kentridge – Recent Linocuts – 9 May – 31 July 2011 Deborah Bell – Alchemy – 9 May – 30 July 2011

David Krut Projects Cape Town: New Exhibitions of Work by William Kentridge and Deborah Bell

From 9 May until 31 July 2011 two concurrent exhibitions will be running at David Krut Projects Cape Town. For more information click here.

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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’s Graphic Pursuit

For art enthusiasts, one virtue of summer 2001 in New York is that it offers a William Kentridge extravaganza. While the New Museum of Contemporary Art continues its string of monographic exhibitions (it has held five such shows since last May) with the first American museum retrospective of Kentridge, Gracie Mansion will host a show […]

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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 […]

William Kentridge: Atlas Procession

Kentridge: “In doing these prints, I was interested in the way in which projections can give large scale to images – becoming a kind of heir to the fresco tradition in the way that they cover a huge wall with an image. I was thinking about projections as a way of seeing the world, a […]

William Kentridge: West Coast Landscape

William Kentridge, probably the country’s best-known artist, last week spent a few days visiting vineyards in the Swartland and some obscure valleys and far up the West Coast in the Olifants River region. With him and me were winemaker Eben Sadie and L’Ormarins viticulturist Rosa Kruger. The purpose? To show William the old vineyards from […]