Resonance through Imagery with João Renato Orecchia Zúñiga

Written by Sbongiseni Khulu  In recent months a great deal of change has come about in the world as a result of a global pandemic, to which even the constant illusion of time has fallen prey, becoming fickle as a result. It’s in moments like these that Einstein’s rejection of time as a concept with distinctions between past, present and future echoes true. Although I can’t say for sure […]

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DK Inside Stories | Deborah Bell | Aware of Being Aware | 2017

David Krut Workshop Printer Kim-Lee Loggenberg provides some insight into the intaglio print Aware of Being Aware (2017) by Deborah Bell, created in collaboration with the David Krut Workshop. The print was made in preparation for Bell’s exhibition Invocations to the Plate which opened in 2018 – a showcase of Bell’s collaboration with David Krut […]

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DKW Weekly do-it-at-home activity | Deborah Bell | with Roxy Kaczmarek

Experiment and play with shadows in this week’s activity with printer Roxy Kaczmarek, inspired by Deborah Bell, whose work often features figures with long and imposing shadows. Tag us in your works to feature in our stories! LINK in bio to the David Krut website to see more artworks by Deborah Bell “The idea of […]

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Intaglio Printmaking Demo with Chad Cordeiro – DKW

Join David Krut Workshop Printer Chad Cordeiro in his home studio during lockdown as he provides an introduction to drypoint in a two-part video series, followed by a LIVE ZOOM DEMO. […]

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#ArtKeepsGoing – Artsy Campaign response to COVID-19 | Judi Harvest

In April 2020, Artsy launched the #ArtKeepsGoing campaign with the goal to create content with artists that highlights how they are enduring the unique situation of the global pandemic – COVID-19. This campaign brought artists’ voices to our community and provided inspiration through a series of questions about inspiration, artistic practice and their art. We posed these questions to artist Judi Harvest. […]

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#ArtKeepsGoing – Artsy Campaign response to COVID-19 | DKW

In April 2020, Artsy launched the #ArtKeepsGoing campaign with the goal to create content with artists that highlights how they are enduring the unique situation of the global pandemic – COVID-19. This campaign brought artists’ voices to our community and provided inspiration through a series of questions about inspiration, artistic practice and their art. We posed these questions to the David Krut Workshop (DKW). […]

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#ArtKeepsGoing – Artsy Campaign response to COVID-19 | Stephen Hobbs

In April 2020, Artsy launched the #ArtKeepsGoing campaign with the goal to create content with artists that highlights how they are enduring the unique situation of the global pandemic – COVID-19. This campaign brought artists’ voices to our community and provided inspiration through a series of questions about inspiration, artistic practice and their art. We posed these questions to artist Stephen Hobbs. […]

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#ArtKeepsGoing – Artsy Campaign response to COVID-19 | Maja Maljević

In April 2020, Artsy launched the #ArtKeepsGoing campaign with the goal to create content with artists that highlights how they are enduring the unique situation of the global pandemic – COVID-19. This campaign brought artists’ voices to our community and provided inspiration through a series of questions about inspiration, artistic practice and their art. We posed these questions to artists Maja Maljević. […]

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New Editions by William Kentridge | Triumphs and Laments Text Pieces, 2019

As a way to celebrate the completion of the Triumphs & Laments Woodcut Series, and also as a way to make the work more accessible to a larger audience, the David Krut Workshop editioned two supplementary small-scale prints using blocks from the final work in the series, the Refugees diptych. For each small-scale print a block from the larger work containing text was used, resulting in the correspondingly-titled prints God’s Opinion is Unknown and Leaning on Air. […]

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DKW KIDS ACTIVITY: How to make Edible Art with Maja Maljević and Ame Bell

Serbian-born artist Maja Maljević recently celebrated Easter in true Serbian style. One of the many Easter traditions in Serbia is colouring eggs in preparation for the second-most-loved Easter activity in Belgrade: the Easter morning egg war! Below we show you how to make traditional painted Easter eggs, Maja Maljević style: View available works by Maja […]

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