Posts tagged William Kentridge (Universal Archive)

Kentridge’s large woodcuts...

Kentridge’s large woodcuts at Marian Goodman Gallery Paris

William Kentridge’s solo exhibition, ‘O Sentimental Machine’, is on show at the Marian Goodman Gallery Paris from 15 March, now extended until 20 May 2017. The show features three large woodcuts, standing beautifully in the new Librairie Marian Goodman, from the Triumphs and Laments series, that were created in collaboration with the David Krut Workshop […]

DKW continues the Triumphs and L...

BLOGGER: RACHEL VAN BLYDENSTEIN 23.01.2017 With two weeks into the year, it’s full steam ahead in the workshop and the printmakers have launched into a range of projects:- inking up, carving, printing and building up a creative brainstorm on what the year ahead will hold. Our collaboration with William Kentridge on the woodblock series began […]

WK: If We Ever Get to Heaven

  Celebrated South African artist William Kentridge is currently exhibiting ”If We Ever Get To Heaven” at the EYE film museum in Amsterdam until the end of August.The exhibition consist of various works  developed for EYE ”More Sweetly Play the Dance, a frieze of moving images measuring some 45 meters in length. In addition to […]

On View at Carnegie Hall | Johan...

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 […]

Amandla: A Revolution In Four-Pa...

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 […]

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 […]

William Kentridge Tate Book Laun...

On Tuesday, February 28, the new monograph on William Kentridge written by Kate McCrickard, published in collaboration with the Tate Galleries and David Krut Publishing, was launched at David Krut Projects Arts on Main. We would like to thank everyone who turned out to show their support. Alongside the book launch a selection from a […]

Upcoming Linocuts by William Ken...

David Krut Print Workshop at Arts on Main has launched into 2012 full speed ahead with printing and editioning the latest series of linocuts by William Kentridge. Many of the prints will become part of an upcoming exhibition in Australia this year. With almost 60 linocut prints to create, the DKW team and Kentridge’s assistants […]

Handspring Puppet Company in Tor...

Handspring Puppet Company, published by David Krut Publishing, is the first full-length book on this critically acclaimed South African puppet company. Responsible for the genius puppetry behind the Broadway hit War Horse, Handspring Puppet Company has been the recipient of numerous awards including 5 Tony Awards  in 2011, which included the award for best play. […]

The Remaining Official 2010 FIFA...

With just a hand-full of the official FIFA art posters left in stock, and over a year later it seems the soccer fever has yet to die down completely. David Krut Publishing in Parkwood and the Projects space at Arts on Main still have a selection of the posters on display. Each poster comes with […]

New Deluxe Edition “Fire W...

Fourth Wall Books recently launched the Kentridge/Marx publication Fire Walker in New York this year and then again at Arts on Main in Johannesburg. The book has been edited by Oliver Barstow and Bronwyn Law-Viljoen and it includes essays by Mark Gevisser, Mpho Matsipa, Alexandra Dodd, Jonathan Cane and Zen Marie. The Deluxe Edition of the book […]