Posts tagged William Kentrdige

DKW Intern | Sarah Hunkin

I have come to realize that a print workshop like David Krut, is not all about the inking up and printing, it’s a huge part but definitely not the only thing that happens in the studio. I am Sarah, a 4th year BA Fine Arts student, studying at Wits University and I’m majoring in Linocut […]

William Kentridge printmaking at...

ROMANCING THE PLATE by Rosemary Simmons The evolution of William Kentridge‘s new intaglio plates  from PRINTMAKING TODAY Volume 2, No.4, Winter 1993 by Rosemary Simmons, Editor. Johannesburg formed William Kentridge and it remains his home base, yet his vision and work have universality as well as a multi-media approach. He has just completed an intense […]

The Art We Make E01: William Ken...

William Kentridge’s large-scale new body of work, Triumphs and Laments Woodcuts, is described by Master Printer Jillian Ross and associate printers Sbongiseni Khulu and Chad Cordiero. Speakers: Jillian Ross – Introduces the Project Ross, the David Krut Workshop Master Printer, oversaw the project and conceptualized it closely with William Kentridge. Ross introduces the woodcut series, […]

Rolex Mentors and Protégés: Pane...

A unique event, Turning the world into material, occurred on Saturday 6 April at the Baxter Theatre in Cape Town. This event was a panel discussion, chaired by Michelle Constant of Business and Art South Africa (BASA), between three world-renowned creatives: William Kentridge, Wole Soyinka and Peter Sellars. The event formed part of the Rolex […]