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Deborah Bell: Cry Me a River: a ...

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 […]

William Kentridge’s Graphic Purs...

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 […]

William Kentridge: Atlas Process...

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 La...

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 […]