Deborah Bell

Collaboration History In 2004, David Krut Publishing published TAXI-010 Deborah Bell, the first ever monograph on the acclaimed South African sculptor, printmaker and artist Deborah Bell and her body of work. In the run-up the book’s publication, Bell had started to collaborate with newly established David Krut Workshop (DKW) on various etchings. Before that Bell […]

James Siena

“I don’t make marks. I make moves.” – James Siena “When I make a painting, I respond to a set of parameters, like a visual algorithm. These structuring devices are subject to the fallibility of my hand, and my mind’s ability to complete the work as planned.” – James Siena Known for his highly dexterous […]

Claire Gavronsky

Claire Gavronsky received a Master of Fine Art in painting in 1981. She moved to Italy in 1985 and has since lived between Johannesburg, Cape Town and Florence. In Florence, Gavronsky established, with fellow artist Rosemarie Shakinovsky, an international artist’s residency workshop in Tuscany. After the success of these workshops she founded workshops in Cape […]

Avhashoni Mainganye

Collaboration History Avhashoni Mainganye worked on the opportunity, while at David Krut Projects in 2004 that started the collaboration, to complete some etching plates that he started a few years earlier. One work entitled Daughters of the Earth is linked to a dominant matriarchal presence in many black cultures – a reflection on the archaic mother […]

Willem Boshoff

Willem Boshoff’s relationship with David Krut extends back to the early 1980s, around the time of his exhibition at the Natalie Knight Gallery in Johannesburg, with artist Joe Tilson who had work published by David Krut on show.  The first work by Willem Boshoff published by David Krut was a sculptural multiple called Seven Pillars […]