William Kentridge’s ‘A Poem is not your Own’ features the Triumphs and Laments Woodcut series, Kunst Museum, Basel

“Designed in close consultation with the artist, the exhibition showcases early graphic art and films from the 1980s and 1990s as well as examples of Kentridge’s more recent output, including the first adaptations for museum presentation of elements from The Head & The Load, which premiered at the Tate Modern, London, in the summer of […]

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Print of the Month June | Mongezi Ncaphayi | ‘Rejoice’ 2017

Rejoice is 1 of 4 prints, in a series of predominantly water colour monotype prints combined with momentary water based Woody crayon marks. Mongezi Ncaphayi first collaborated with David Krut Workshop (DKW) in 2013, he was the recipient of the Gerard Sekoto Award and Absa L’Atelier Awards in the same year. He has also recently […]

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‘Instruction’ Kids Workshop with João Orecchia

Artist Joao Renato Orecchia Zuniga’s exhibition ‘Instruction‘ is a visual exploration of a playful and intuitive working process with sound and music. Orecchia and the David Krut Workshop opened up this process to children through two Kids Workshops. The 2 hour workshop (for children aged 6-12yrs) began with stamp making, the group cut shapes and stuck […]

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Print/s of the Month | April/May 2019 | Deborah Bell | “Now that the living outnumber the Dead”, 2005. State Proof.

Now that the Living Outnumber the Dead was made in 2005 and is part of Deborah Bell’s on going collaboration with the David Krut Workshop. The work falls into a continuing series that are based on sketches from her notebooks.  The sketches are created on her numerous visits to museums both local and abroad. The […]

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Print/s of the Month (January) – Lynda Ballen

Ballen’s Find 2 (2016) demonstrates beautifully the technique of sugarlift aquatint, chine collé and hard ground line. The larger gestural repetitive marks at the bottom of the image are made using sugarlift aquatint. This allows the artist to create a tonal area that is true to the directly made mark. The length of time etched will […]

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Mikhael Subotzky in conversation with Phil Sanders | 30 Sept 3pm

IN CONVERSATION WITH MIKHAEL SUBOTZKY AND PHIL SANDERS  September 30 | 3 pm at the Brewery in Arts on Main, Maboneng Limited seating available, please RSVP David Krut Projects, in partnership with Goodman Gallery, invites you to attend a conversation between Mikhael Subotzky and Phil Sanders, to be moderated by Bronwyn Law-Viljoen, in which the artist and […]

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A Conversation with Phil Sanders

David Krut Workshop in conversation with American Master Printer Phil Sanders about the recent collaboration with South African artist Deborah Bell at the David Krut Workshop in March 2017. Read more about recently released prints: http://davidkrutprojects.com/44688/de… Video and editing by Brighton Nkomo     […]

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David Krut Projects Featured Artist: Tendai Mupita

David Krut Projects is pleased to present our featured artist, Tendai Mupita. His work will be on show at David Krut Bookstore, 151 Jan Smuts Avenue from 1 – 8 April 2017. […]

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On View at Carnegie Hall | Johannesburg in Print, Curated by David Krut Projects

Johannesburg in Print | Curated by David Krut Projects On View: October – December 2014 We are excited to announce the unveiling of Johannesburg in Print – an exhibition of over 40 artworks made by our South Africa-based artists working at the David Krut Print Workshop (DKW) in Johannesburg. The work on display at Carnegie […]

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Johannesburg in Print | Exhibition at Carnegie Hall for UBUNTU South African Festival – NYC

David Krut Projects & Carnegie Hall present: JOHANNESBURG IN PRINT Exhibition runs October 8 through November 5, 2014 in Carnegie Hall’s Zankel Hall, and features artwork produced at the David Krut Print Workshop in Johannesburg. Artists include:  William Kentridge, Stephen Hobbs, Sam Nhlengethwa, Senzo Shabangu, and Diane Victor. Image: Sam Nhlengathwa, It’s 27° C Today, 2012, […]

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Amandla: A Revolution In Four-Part Harmony Neo Muyanga & William Kentridge’s Second-Hand Reading at BRIC’s “Celebrate Brooklyn!” (NYC)

July 25, 2014 · 7:30 PM CELEBRATE BROOKLYN! @ Prospect Park Bandshell FREE Doors open at 6:30pm. 20 years ago, South Africa’s apartheid regime fell. To mark the occasion, Celebrate Brooklyn! presents a rare screening of AMANDLA: A REVOLUTION IN FOUR-PART HARMONY (2002), an extraordinary documentary featuring Miriam Makeba, Abdullah Ibrahim, Hugh Masekela, and many […]

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Artist Talk by Gary Schneider at Yale University’s “Contemporary Art / South Africa” Exhibition

  May 29, 2014 –  South Africa–born, New York–based photographer Gary Schneider joined Kate Ezra, the Nolen Curator of Education and Academic Affairs, for a conversation about his work and South African contemporary art in the context of the student-curated exhibition Contemporary Art/South Africa at Yale University Art Galleries – New Haven, CT     […]

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Yale University Art Gallery : Contemporary Art / South Africa

Yale University Art Gallery : Contemporary Art/South Africa Friday, May 9, 2014 – Sunday, September 14, 2014 Featuring work by DK artists: Cedric Nunn, Gary Schneider, and Diane Victor Press Release: Contemporary Art/South Africa features more than 30 artworks produced in South Africa or by South Africans from the late 1960s to the present, a period of […]

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