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 […]
Conflict Zones: The Language of War brings together works on paper by Ryan Arenson, William Kentridge, Diane Victor and Alastair Whitton with a common theme of warfare. For as long as we have fought with one another, we have been fascinated by our fighting, in equal proportions to the violence we inflict upon each other. […]
Diane Victor explains the genesis and meaning of her smoke drawings and how the medium interacts with her subject matter. This video provides viewers with an inside look at how the drawings are produced. Diane Victor in the studio
Diane Victor’s latest print is now available at DKW. The print entitled “Last Supper – Enswined” was printed at DKW Parkwood, this year. For more information please contact the gallery. Last Supper – Enswined (2011) Drypoint Paper Size: 71.5 x 99cm Image Size: 49.5 x 79cm Hanhnemuhle, Natural White, 300gsm Edition: 30 […]
David Krut Projects is pleased to present IMPRINT, a selection of editions and works on paper by local and international artists, running from 10 December 2011 until 28 January 2012. The installation of works in IMPRINT is reminiscent of 19th century salon hangings, in which artwork is placed almost from floor to ceiling. The visual […]
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 […]
David Krut Projects is proud to be a part of the Great Spring Gallery Tour, held in the Leipziger Baumwollspinnerei (Leipzig Cotton Mill) is an industrial site in Leipzig, Germany. Parts of this 10-hectare site in the district of Lindenau are used today by art galleries, studios and restaurants. Ten galleries, a communal arts center (Halle 14), and […]
Diane Victor explains the genesis and meaning of her smoke drawings and how the medium interacts with her subject matter. This video provides viewers with an inside look at how the drawings are produced. Diane Victor in the Studio from david krut on Vimeo.
This day will be remembered for a personal milestone having been reached. There were no elaborate celebrations when I finished the last of Diane Victor’s Birth of a Nation prints, but it felt really good. All thats left to do when she returns from her Mt. Kilimanjaro trip is to sign and curate the editions. […]
For the last two days I’ve been finishing off Diane Victor’s Leda and the White-Backed Vulture edition. Alexandra Makhlouf came in this morning and stationed herself out in the front studio, and busied herself with drawing onto proofs I pulled off her spitbite plate. Luckily she brought in her own earphones, so she didn’t have […]
Niall Bingham editioned Diane Victor’s Leda and the White-Backed Vulture, and prepared for Stompie Selibe’s arrival tomorrow. We will be working together for the first time in over a year, on monotypes.
Diane Victor’s work is usually described as social commentary, but what critics often miss, perhaps because her strong imagery repels the squeamish or faint-hearted before they can get a proper look, is its humour, either in the form of biting satire or revealed in the artist’s wry self-deprecation. Since the seriousness of Victor’s work is […]