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New Editions by William Kentridge

New Editions by William Kentridge

Upon reflection on Kentridge’s substantial contribution to printmaking, the David Krut Workshop has revisited two linoleum plates that Kentridge carved in 1975 as well as two new woodcuts by Kentridge as part of the Triumphs & Laments Woodcuts series. Visit the gallery at 142 Jan Smuts Avenue, Parkwood during operating hours (Tues – Fri 9am to 5pm; Sat 9am – 4pm) to see these new editions alongside other iconic and large scale works by William Kentridge in collaboration with David Krut.

For pricing inquiries, e-mail info-jhb@DavidKrut.com.

William Kentridge: 27 Years of collaboration with David Krut

142 Jan Smuts Avenue

Open until 31 October 2019

William Kentridge 27 Years is an illustrated history of the longstanding collaboration between William Kentridge and David Krut since 1992. The exhibition includes large-scale and iconic editions in relief, silkscreen, lithography and etchings 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, being originated over the last 27 years by both the David Krut Workshop and other workshops.

New Edition by Adejoke Tugbiyele at David Krut Projects

151 Jan Smuts Avenue, Parkwood

Mon – Fri: 9am to 5pm

Sat: 9am to 4pm

Woman Dignity by Adejoke Tugbiyele

This silkscreen edition was printed as part of the Latitudes Limited project to promote contemporary African Artists. Tugbiyele is a talented, award-winning international visual artist, sculptor, filmmaker, writer, activist and Fulbright scholar. Born in Brooklyn but of Nigerian descent, Adejoke has a Masters in Fine Arts from the Maryland Institute College of Art. View or purchase this work and others from the Latitudes Limited project at THE BLUE HOUSE – 151 Jan Smuts Avenue, Parkwood.

David Krut Projects Artwork Feature

Universal Archive (Peonies) by William Kentridge

On show at 142 Jan Smuts Avenue, Parkwood

The traditional still life image of flowers in a vase reverberates throughout Western art history, from the Impressionists to the present. This image recalls most specifically the 1882 painting by Edouard Manet of flowers in an oblong crystal vase. Available for purchase from David Krut Projects. For pricing and availability e-mail infor-jhb@DavidKrut.com.

151 Framing Studio

David Krut Projects

151 Jan Smuts Avenue

Need framing? Whether you’re an exhibiting artist, art collector or simply want to preserve that special photograph, you’ll benefit from our creative display and preservation expertise honed over the past twenty years by Pauline Meyer. Visit the framing studio at 151 Jan Smuts Avenue or contact Pauline Meyer on pmeyer000@gmail.com

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