William Kentridge 27 Years is an illustrated history of the longstanding collaboration between William Kentridge and David Krut, which began in 1992. The exhibition includes large-scale and iconic editions in relief, silkscreen, lithography and etching, such as the Triumphs and Laments woodcut series (2016-2019), If you have no eye (2013), Scribble Cat (2010) and Telephone Lady (2000), as well as a number of smaller works originated over the last 27 years by both the David Krut Workshop and other local and international workshops. In conjunction with this exhibition at the Parkwood gallery, a more concise selection of Kentridge’s work, published by David Krut, will be presented at the Latitudes Art Fair from 13 – 15 September 2019.
The exhibition will be open from the 2 September until the 31 October 2019.
EXTENDED to 9 November 2019.*
New Editions by William Kentridge | 1975 Linocut Impressions & Triumphs and Laments Woodcut Text Pieces 2019
David Krut Podcast Episodes | 27 Years of Collaboration Features
The Universal Archive – Ref. 13, 15, 16 & Peonies | 4 min listen
Hosted by Britt Lawton, edited by Hagen Gersie & research by Jacqueline Flint
David Krut Podcast | William Kentridge 27 Years of collaboration – Feature on the Universal Archive