Posts tagged Linocut

Upcoming Exhibition at David Kru...

CARVED RELIEF PRINT GROUP EXHIBITION 5 February to 6 March 2015 | Opening at 18:00 on Thursday 5 February David Krut Projects 142 Jan Smuts Avenue, Parkwood David Krut Projects Johannesburg (DKP) is pleased to announce Carved, a group exhibition of woodcut and linocut relief prints made in the David Krut Print Workshop (DKW) at […]

Senzo Shabangu and Sipho Dwala a...

Senzo Shabangu and Sipho Dwala will be working at the David Krut Workshop, Parkwood this week. Shabangu will be mentoring South African artist, Sipho Dwala (1985) in linocut and monotype printmaking-processes. Dwala, who currently resides in Alexandra, studied Fine Arts at the University of Johannesburg (2009) and Digital Art at Wits University (2012). Under the […]

Senzo Shabangu signing new linoc...

Senzo Shabangu signing new linocut

Senzo Shabangu recently completed the edition of his new linocut work Siyaya ePitoli. Yesterday the artist was at David Krut Print Workshop, Arts on Main, to sign the work. The editioned work exists in two variations – one edition where the linocut has been hand-painted by the artist to give each of the individual works a […]

Senzo Shabangu and Godfried Donk...

Senzo Shabangu and Godfried Donkor at DKW Parkwood

Senzo Shabangu and Godfried Donkor have been working at David Krut Print Workshop, Parkwood, this week on linocuts and monotypes which will be collaged in Donkor’s characteristic style. Photographs below have been provided by studio assistant Tendai Mupita.

Assembling William KentridgeR...

Assembling William Kentridge’s Linocut Trees

  The work above is one of William Kentridge’s new linocut trees, titled Lekkerbreek. The image is constructed from individual dictionary pages that have a small section of the image printed on them by the David Krut Print Workshop printers and then pain-stakingly assembled like a puzzle with overlapping pages and small, torn additions into […]

Godfried Donkor at DKW Arts on M...

Godfried Donkor at DKW Arts on Main

As part of his residency in Johannesburg Godfried Donkor has been working at David Krut Print Workshop (DKW) at Arts on Main with printers Kim-Lee Loggenberg, Neo Hlasko and Chad Cordeiro. The images below from the studio show Donkor carving and proofing a linocut.  

Senzo Shabangu at DKW, Parkwood

Senzo Shabangu at DKW, Parkwood

Senzo Shabangu has hit the ground running in 2014. Recently Shabangu worked with a young Belgian artist Quinten van Essche at David Krut Print Workshop, Parkwood, on the proofing of some new linocuts. Below are images from the session of the artists and work in progress.  

Stephen Hobbs at DKW

Stephen Hobbs at DKW

Stephen Hobbs has begun preparations for his upcoming exhibition at David Krut Projects, Cape Town, in 2014. He will collaborating with printmaker Talya Lubinsky on a series of woodcut and linocuts. Below are images from the studio.  

Senzo Shabangu at DKW Arts on Ma...

Senzo Shabangu at DKW Arts on Main

Senzo Shabangu was recently at David Krut Print Workshop, Arts on Main, to proof a large new linocut and to hand-paint the last works from the Endless Journey edition. Below are images from the workshop. These new works are preparation for Shabangu’s upcoming exhibition at David Krut Projects, due to open in August 2013, following […]

Senzo Shabangu at DKW

Senzo Shabangu at DKW

This week Senzo Shabangu has been printing at David Krut Print Workshop in Parkwood. He is preparing for his upcoming exhibition at David Krut Projects in August. This exhibition will continue the work first seen in 2012 at Shabangu’s Amandla exhibition at David Krut Projects, Arts on Main. Below are a series of images from […]

Senzo Shabangu Editioning

Senzo Shabangu Editioning

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 the title “Vusumuzi” means “raise the house”, as in, build a house, create a home, […]

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 […]

William Kentridge – Univer...

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 […]

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 […]

Senzo Shabangu – Transfere...

Transference features the work of Senzo Shabangu and Vumelani Sibeko. Transference explores new artistic interpretation of the cosmopolitan trade of trolley pushers that has become a new phenomenon of business in the inner city of Johannesburg. Using the medium of printmaking, painting and a sculptural installation, their work connects in conversation about the dynamics of […]

Senzo Shabangu – Naked Pre...

Madala Thepa of The New Age reviewed Senzo Shabangu’s Naked Pressure exhibition in the Monday 22 August 2011 edition of the newspaper. Below is an excerpt. The full review can be seen here. “Shabangu uses watercolours and linocut to weave what can be termed the “hideousness” of the daily socio-politics of city life. His technique […]

The Naked Pressure of City Life

by Senzo Shabangu “This is one of the dangerous places – if you don’t follow what you want and belive, if you don’t become unique amongst the the masses, if you are scared to say things the way you see them as a human being, and if you follow the crowd then the city will […]