Lorenzo Nassimbeni at DKW

The work of architect Lorenzo Nassimbeni is unique in its focus on the area where the disciplines of architecture and fine art meet. The practical methodology which he employs is powerful, describing the essence of his primary inspiration, the ‘urban landscape.’ Across the media of wallcovering, fabric design, mural design and fine art, his portfolio […]

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Benjamin Tritt at DKW

Benjamin Tritt spent his first day collaborating with printmakers Kim-Lee Loggenberg and Neo Hlasko at David Krut Print Workshop. Benjamin Tritt (b. Brooklyn NY, 1972) was educated in New York and Italy. In 1998, Benjamin was instrumental in founding the Jerusalem Studio School where he acted as Assistant Director and Master Class Instructor with TLV artist Eldar […]

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Vaughn Sadie at DKW

Vaughn Sadie has begun working on monotypes at David Krut Print Workshop (DKW), collaborating with printmakers Kim-Lee Loggenberg and Neo Hlasko.   Vaughn Sadie is a conceptual artist and educator, living and working in Johannesburg, South Africa. He has participated in several group shows nationally (Being Here 2005, SAartsEMERGING 2007, Light Show 2008, Social Patterns […]

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Haroon Gunn-Salie at DKW

Haroon Gunn-Salie recently completed a triptych of monotypes entitled Place of Gold with embossing at David Krut Print Workshop (DKW). Below are images of Gunn-Salie working on the press with printmaker Neo Hlasko. The works are currently on show at David Krut Projects, 142 Jan Smuts Avenue. Gunn-Salie is an artist based in Cape Town and […]

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Quinten Williams at DKW Arts on Main

Quinten Williams has recently been working at David Krut Print Workshop, Arts on Main, on a series of monotypes as part of a collaborative project with Maja Maljevic. During August 2013 works in progress will be on show in the gallery space at Arts on Main. Williams’ previously printed at the workshop in 2012.   […]

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Mongezi Ncaphayi at DKW Arts on Main

Mongezi Ncaphayi has recently been working at DKW Arts on Main with printmaker Jillian Ross on a series of prints combining monotype and drypoint on perspex. Ncaphayi’s work will be exhibited at the David Krut Projects stand at this years Turbine Hall Art Fair.  Below are a series of images of this ongoing project. Ncaphayi […]

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Beth Armstrong at DKW Art on Main

Beth Armstrong has recently been working at DKW Arts on Main with printmaker Jillian Ross on a series of prints combining monotype and drypoint on perspex. Armstrong’s work will be exhibited at the David Krut Projects stand at this years Turbine Hall Art Fair.  Below are a series of images of this ongoing project. Armstrong’s […]

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Senzo Shabangu at David Krut Print Workshop

Senzo Shabangu has been working at David Krut Print Workshop, Parkwood, on a series of new monotypes with hand painting. These new works, along with new linocuts created for the Transference exhibiton at the Johannesburg Art Gallery, will be exhibited at Arts on Main during August 2012, following new editions by Sean Slemon. These works […]

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Senzo Shabangu – Naked Pressure – Exhibition Review

Madala Thepa of The New Age reviewed Senzo Shabangu’s Naked Pressure exhibition in the Monday 22 August 2011 edition of the newspaper. Below is an excerpt. The full review can be seen here. “Shabangu uses watercolours and linocut to weave what can be termed the “hideousness” of the daily socio-politics of city life. His technique […]

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Richard Penn and Maja Maljevic at Arts on Main

Richard Penn and Maja Maljevic worked at Arts on Main for the second week of the Monotype project. This week, Richard continued to explore different methods to acquire the exact technique he was after. He mostly used an electrical Dremel tool on Perspex sheets. Maljevic was working meticulously on different types of paper using layers […]

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Daniel “Stompie” Selibe three day monotype

Stompie and I met at the crack of dawn to begin our three day monotype project. Stompie is an accomplished musician who often incorporates music into aspects of his image making. Interestingly, he used fire to ‘draw’ into Chine Colle paper as a point of departure. We attached the burnt sheets to Somerset cotton rag […]

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