David Krut Projects NYC

David Krut Projects NYC Art Gallery established in the West Chelsea Building in 2001. Open Fri from 11-6, or by appt.

David Krut operates two print shops and a gallery in Johannesburg, and a gallery space in Cape Town, South Africa. David Krut began publishing prints in the early 1980’s and has been publishing prints by William Kentridge since 1992. We opened our first print shop in Johannesburg in 2001 and since then we’ve published the majority of William Kentridge’s intaglio works, as well as other established

and emerging South African artists such as Diane Victor, Deborah Bell, Colbert Mashile, Zwelethu Mthethwa, Willem Boshoff and David Koloane. David Krut’s aim is to promote visual literacy and long term careers in the arts in South Africa, and call attention to South African art on an international scale. Our New York gallery acts as a satellite space to promote contemporary South African art, as well as a flexible space for collaborative and unique projects with artists such as El Anatsui, Stephen Antonakos, Joseph Hart, Nnenna Okore, Cannonball Press, Tom Huck, Suzanne McClelland and Santu Mofokeng.

Wingate Studio opened its doors in 1985 as a print workshop, where founder Peter Pettengill collaborated with renowned a...
03/19/2024

Wingate Studio opened its doors in 1985 as a print workshop, where founder Peter Pettengill collaborated with renowned artists such as Louise Bourgeois, Walton Ford, Sol LeWitt, Robert Motherwell, and others. In 2013, Peter’s son, James Pettengill, joined as a second master printer, and today, he serves as an owner and the director of the press.⁠

Specializing in both printing and publishing, Wingate Studio is known for its expertise in multiple plate intaglio etching. Visiting artists use various tools to incise into metal plates and paint on them, applying solutions made of soap, asphalt, sugar, or wax. These plates are then etched in acid before printers meticulously ink them, ensuring the ink is pushed into the etched grooves. By hand, they wipe the plates clean before sending them through the press under a sheet of paper, transferring the ink onto the paper’s surface.⁠

To see examples of works produced at Wingate Studio alongside pieces from David Krut Workshop in Johannesburg, we invite you to the opening reception of “Connections” at David Krut Projects, New York on Thursday, March 28, from 6-9 PM. ⁠

A printing demonstration led by Leo Zhao, a Master Printer from Wingate Studio, will begin at 6:30 PM.⁠

Kindly RSVP via the link in our bio to experience the intaglio print process firsthand!⁠

Happy 2024! Our New York gallery is back from holiday break and looks forward to seeing you this year.⁠⁠Visit us at 526 ...
01/09/2024

Happy 2024! Our New York gallery is back from holiday break and looks forward to seeing you this year.⁠

Visit us at 526 West 26th Street, Suite 816 Tuesday - Friday from 11-6pm. Click here to preview a selection of available works on Artsy!⁠ https://www.artsy.net/partner/david-krut-projects

DM us or email [email protected] with any inquiries.

David Krut Projects is pleased to announce that "Printer’s Picks: A Look at Priorities and Processes" will be on view in...
01/03/2024

David Krut Projects is pleased to announce that "Printer’s Picks: A Look at Priorities and Processes" will be on view in our NYC gallery from February 13 - March 22, 2024 - please expect more announcements to follow! ⁠

Curated by Master Printer Phil Sanders, "Printer's Picks" will showcase a collection of artworks by diverse artists, printers, and publishers associated with DKNY. Featured artists include Glen Baldridge, Deborah Bell, William Kentridge, Eddie Martinez, Sam Nhlengethwa, Sara Sanders, Dread Scott, Senzo Shabangu, James Siena, Diane Victor, and more. ⁠

The exhibition, complemented by a digital component, will provide insightful stories about the creation process and the meanings behind each piece, shared from the perspectives of those involved in their making.⁠

For more information, please email [email protected]. or click the link below:
https://davidkrutprojects.com/exhibitions/69315/printers-picks

📸 Featured Image: Detail of Butt Johnson, "Slam Dunk '87", 2007, 7 color hotstamp foil and 3 color enamel screenprint on 4 ply museum board, 15.5 x 18.25 inches, Edition of 30.

❤️🧡💛 Cheers to new beginnings! As we bid farewell to 2023, the entire David Krut Projects fam wishes you a Happy New Yea...
01/01/2024

❤️🧡💛 Cheers to new beginnings! As we bid farewell to 2023, the entire David Krut Projects fam wishes you a Happy New Year! May 2024 bring you joy, health, and all the good vibes. Get ready for a year filled with exciting artist collaborations and fresh, inspiring art. ⁠

Featured Artwork: ⁠
Trevor & Ryan Oakes ⁠
Untitled⁠, 2011⁠

To inquire, please email [email protected]

2023 IN REVIEW | One of the highlights of the year, but also a glimpse of what is awaiting us in 2024 - David Krut Works...
12/29/2023

2023 IN REVIEW | One of the highlights of the year, but also a glimpse of what is awaiting us in 2024 - David Krut Workshop welcomed Master Printer Jillian Ross back to Johannesburg for an exciting collaboration with William Kentridge, crafting prints inspired by Kentridge's upcoming performance, "The Great YES, the Great NO." ⁠

The prints, based on Kentridge's drawings, depict jungle scenes layered with insightful texts. Created through a global collaboration, the "Large Garden" variations are set to be exhibited at the Remai Modern Museum, Saskatoon in 2024, showcasing the fusion of artistic expertise across continents. ⁠

LINK BELOW to learn more about William Kentridge's most recent collaboration with Jillian Ross Print and David Krut Workshop!⁠

https://davidkrutprojects.com/68955/traversing-gardens-with-william-kentridge-in-the-workshop

2023 IN REVIEW | Phumulani Ntuli collaborated with David Krut Workshop in June 2023, resulting in Ntuli’s solo body of w...
12/28/2023

2023 IN REVIEW | Phumulani Ntuli collaborated with David Krut Workshop in June 2023, resulting in Ntuli’s solo body of work "Kunanela iphuzu emafini / Echoes of the Point Cloud".⁠

This project showcases Ntuli’s first series of monotypes, as well as large mixed-media collages on canvas from the artist’s studio. "Kunanela iphuzu emafini / Echoes of the Point Cloud" contains excerpts from South Africa’s history of motion pictures in collision with current point cloud data, automation, and synthesis bestowed by Artificial Intelligence.⁠

TAP THE LINK to learn more about Phumulani Ntuli's 2023 collaboration with David Krut Workshop!

https://davidkrutprojects.com/67550/joburg-to-venice-and-back-again-who-is-phumulani-ntuli

2023 IN REVIEW | Early in the year, artist Raquel van Haver joined forces with David Krut Workshop to create a series of...
12/27/2023

2023 IN REVIEW | Early in the year, artist Raquel van Haver joined forces with David Krut Workshop to create a series of 10 unique prints. Exploring the societal impact of materialism on identity, Van Haver created kaleidoscopic designs symbolizing both protection and harm. ⁠

Each print, tied to a societal transgression, carries a Latin title associated with the seven deadly sins. Van Haver examines the consequences of materialism on stolen land, creating a fusion of tactile artistry and critical reflection on the complexities of modern existence. ⁠

LINK BELOW to learn more about Raquel van Haver's most recent collaboration with David Krut Workshop and the other projects our talented printers completed in 2023!⁠

https://davidkrutprojects.com/66862/sinsurance-in-man-we-trust

🎄✨ Wishing our incredible art-loving community a Merry Christmas filled with creativity, joy, and endless inspiration! C...
12/25/2023

🎄✨ Wishing our incredible art-loving community a Merry Christmas filled with creativity, joy, and endless inspiration! Cheers to a season of wonder and shared moments at David Krut Projects. 🥂 ⁠

Featured Work: ⁠
Thomas Nozkowski⁠
Untitled 5 from Suite of 5, 2002⁠
Aquatint, etching, drypoint⁠
10.75 x 13.5 in ⁠
Edition of 25 ⁠

To inquire, please email [email protected].

2023 IN REVIEW | Heidi Fourie's 2023 collaboration with the David Krut Workshop showcases a captivating exploration of p...
12/25/2023

2023 IN REVIEW | Heidi Fourie's 2023 collaboration with the David Krut Workshop showcases a captivating exploration of printmaking techniques. Her adept use of watercolor monotype and various etching methods, combined with innovative layering using oil-based inks, reveals a mastery of the medium. ⁠

The incorporation of new printmaking techniques adds an intriguing dimension to her already distinct style. With a personal touch reflecting her own likeness and emotions, Heidi's work takes on a new depth through handwork additions. The workshop eagerly anticipates future collaborations, excited by the transformative potential of Heidi's evolving artistic journey. ⁠

LINK BELOW to learn more about Heidi's most recent collaboration with David Krut Workshop and the other projects our talented printers completed in 2023!⁠

https://davidkrutprojects.com/67372/heidi-fourie-new-layered-unique-prints


2023 IN REVIEW | The collaboration between Anna van der Ploeg and David Krut Workshop (DKW) was truly a highlight, yield...
12/23/2023

2023 IN REVIEW | The collaboration between Anna van der Ploeg and David Krut Workshop (DKW) was truly a highlight, yielding a diverse tapestry of printmaking, painting, and sculptural exploration. With master printer Roxy Kaczmarek, Van der Ploeg navigated the nuances of printmaking, delving into illusion, transparency, and poetic complexity. ⁠

The resulting body of work, born from the loose 'game' concept, offers a profound reflection on human interactions. Van der Ploeg's adept use of varied media showcases her versatility, while the emotive titles add layers to the visual narrative. ⁠

Tap links below to learn more about Anna van der Ploeg's most recent collaboration with David Krut Workshop and the other projects our talented printers completed in 2023!⁠

https://davidkrutprojects.com/67084/new-etchings-by-anna-van-der-ploeg

https://davidkrutprojects.com/67100/new-etchings-by-anna-van-der-ploeg-continued

https://davidkrutprojects.com/69241/a-year-in-review-the-david-krut-workshop-in-2023

SEE YOU IN 2024! ⁠⁠The gallery is on a holiday break from December 23 - January 8. Please email info@davidkrut.com with ...
12/22/2023

SEE YOU IN 2024! ⁠

The gallery is on a holiday break from December 23 - January 8. Please email [email protected] with any inquiries you may have and someone will be in touch as soon as possible.⁠
Happy Holidays!

CLOSING TOMORROW | "Projects" & "Projects II: Opening the Drawers"⁠⁠Final days to check out "Projects" at David Krut Pro...
12/21/2023

CLOSING TOMORROW | "Projects" & "Projects II: Opening the Drawers"⁠

Final days to check out "Projects" at David Krut Projects, New York! Swing by today or tomorrow between 11-6pm - your last shot to see what's up! ⁠

On View: Works by William Kentridge, Vusi Beauchamp, Anna van der Ploeg, Raquel van Haver, Diane Victor, Stephen Hobbs, Sthenjwa Luthuli, Maja Maljević, Heidi Fourie.⁠

OPENING THE DRAWERS | Endale Desalegn's 2014 residency at DKW resulted in two series of monotypes exploring religious an...
12/05/2023

OPENING THE DRAWERS | Endale Desalegn's 2014 residency at DKW resulted in two series of monotypes exploring religious and mythological themes of his native Ethiopia, one of which titled “Yemaryam Firse”.⁠

“Yemaryam Firse” draws on Endale's childhood memories of a tiny beetle, yemaryam firse, meaning "Mary's Horse" in Amharic. The colorful, shiny beetle held magical associations for his generation in Ethiopia and was also used as a metaphor for emancipation. ⁠

Growing up, children would shout "YEMARYAM FIRSE", and this signaled that no one should touch them, that their need for space should be respected. In this series, Endale uses the footprint to symbolize the freedom associated with this beetle. ⁠

Featured Artworks: "Yemaryam Firse 7" & " "Yemaryam Firse 8", 2014 - $900 framed (each)⁠

Tap the links below to view on Artsy:

https://www.artsy.net/artwork/endale-desalegn-yemaryam-firse-7
&
https://www.artsy.net/artwork/endale-desalegn-yemaryam-firse-8

"Projects II: Opening the Drawers" is an Online Exclusive exhibition exploring more of David Krut Projects’ recent and historic artistic collaborations.⁠

ON VIEW IN NYC | ⁠William Kentridge's "Laocoön" photogravure doesn't portray the classical myth directly - it presents a...
11/30/2023

ON VIEW IN NYC | ⁠William Kentridge's "Laocoön" photogravure doesn't portray the classical myth directly - it presents a still image of an abstract sculpture in Kentridge's studio, bridging the gap between modern creativity and ancient inspiration.⁠ ⁠

Click below to view on ARTSY or email [email protected] for more info.⁠
https://www.artsy.net/artwork/william-kentridge-studio-life-laocoon

📸: William Kentridge, "Studio Life: Laocoön", 2021⁠
Photogravure on Hahnemühle Natural White 300gsm⁠
17 3/10 × 21 3/10 in ⁠
Edition of 28 ⁠


VIEWING ROOM | William Kentridge's "Universal Archive" began in 2012 at the David Krut Workshop (DKW) in Johannesburg an...
11/24/2023

VIEWING ROOM | William Kentridge's "Universal Archive" began in 2012 at the David Krut Workshop (DKW) in Johannesburg and is made up of linocuts printed onto non-archival dictionary and encyclopedia paper from the 1950's. The series contains over 70 individual images, many of which represent recurring motifs commonly seen in Kentridge’s ink drawings, sculptures, and stage productions. They depict everyday images such as coffee pots, trees, cats, typewriters, horses, birds and figures - including the self-portrait of Kentridge featured here. ⁠

Click here to learn more about the series on Artsy and to preview available works: https://www.artsy.net/viewing-room/david-krut-projects-william-kentridges-universal-archive

📸: William Kentridge, Universal Archive (Ref. 32), 2012⁠
Linocut printed on The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia⁠
Edition of 20 ⁠
13.78 x 10.63 inches ⁠

A stroll down memory lane to 2013 when David Krut Workshop collaborated with Kate McCrickard, each monotype a timeless p...
11/23/2023

A stroll down memory lane to 2013 when David Krut Workshop collaborated with Kate McCrickard, each monotype a timeless portrayal of family togetherness.⁠

This Thanksgiving, may your moments be as cherished and your gatherings as heartwarming! Here's to creating memories that last a lifetime. 🍁✨⁠

📸: Kate McCrickard, Untitled (Mealtime), 2013⁠
Monotype⁠ (Ghost)⁠
23.5 x 27.5 inches ⁠
Available in NYC ⁠

For more info, please email [email protected].⁠

In celebration of Thanksgiving, our gallery will be closed on Thursday (11/23) and Friday (11/24). ⁠Wishing you a joyous...
11/22/2023

In celebration of Thanksgiving, our gallery will be closed on Thursday (11/23) and Friday (11/24). ⁠Wishing you a joyous holiday filled with gratitude and meaningful moments. See you soon! 🍁🍂

When did our sins become our most prized possessions? ⁠⁠Raquel van Haver's "Rising Phoenix" series satirizes exaggerated...
11/09/2023

When did our sins become our most prized possessions? ⁠

Raquel van Haver's "Rising Phoenix" series satirizes exaggerated asset protection in Johannesburg, linking it to colonial history, global gentrification, and societal values. Inspired by graffiti declaring, "There will never be peace on stolen land," each monoprint features security motifs around a central image representing insured property and its implied social sin, playfully exploring historical and urban intersections. ⁠

CLICK LINK BELOW TO VIEW ON ARTSY⁠:
https://www.artsy.net/artwork/raquel-van-haver-acedia

📸 Raquel van Haver, "Acedia", 2023.⁠

"The workshop made it possible for me to bring together my gestures from painting on canvas onto paper" - ⁠⁠Artists from...
11/06/2023

"The workshop made it possible for me to bring together my gestures from painting on canvas onto paper" - ⁠

Artists from all over the world visit David Krut Workshop (DKW) to learn new techniques and collaborate with our skilled team of printers on works they wouldn't have been able to produce in their own studios. Check out a selection of the monotypes from Vusi Beauchamp's 2021 collaboration with David Krut Workshop (DKW) in our "Projects" exhibition until December 22nd! ⁠

Click below to learn more about how Beauchamp's one-of-a-kind prints were created at DKW:
https://davidkrutprojects.com/61845/new-collaboration-painter-vusi-beauchamp-makes-unique-layered-prints-at-the-david-krut-workshop

PLAN YOUR VISIT:⁠
"Projects: Kentridge, Beauchamp, Van der Ploeg & Van Haver"⁠
⁠On View: October 25 - December 22, 2023⁠
Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Friday from 11-6pm*⁠
Address: 526 W 26th Street, Suite 816, New York, NY 10001⁠
⁠*CLOSED FRIDAY 11/10⁠ FOR VETERAN'S DAY⁠

For more information, please email [email protected].⁠ ⁠

📸 Commander in Chief, 2021, 21 3/10 × 14 4/5 in, ($800).⁠
📸 Manchurian Candidate I, 2021, 14 4/5 × 10 7/10 in, ($600).⁠
📸 Leader in Chief II, 2021, 14 4/5 × 9 in ($600).⁠

AVAILABLE IN NYC | William Kentridge, "Universal Archive (Ref. 35), 2012. ⁠⁠CLICK BELOW | BUY NOW ON ARTSY⁠https://www.a...
11/06/2023

AVAILABLE IN NYC | William Kentridge, "Universal Archive (Ref. 35), 2012. ⁠

CLICK BELOW | BUY NOW ON ARTSY⁠
https://www.artsy.net/artwork/william-kentridge-universal-archive-ref-35

"The Universal Archive" began at the David Krut Workshop (DKW) in 2012 and is comprised of linocuts printed onto non-archival dictionary and encyclopedia paper from the 1950s. The series contains over 70 individual images, many of which represent recurring motifs commonly seen in Kentridge’s art.⁠

On the use of dictionary paper, Kentridge says: “A dictionary is not the same size as a head, although it is quite close, and the thousands of pages in the dictionary do not even begin to match the uncountable number of thoughts, associations, flashes of ideas that zoom around inside the head. ⁠

But nonetheless there is something of the weight and pages enclosed within the covers of a dictionary that has an association with the memories, the thoughts, the knowledge of different kinds, that we have inside our heads. And the drawings on the different pages of the book do not try to give a map of the way they think, but rather put a marker for the processes, unpredictability and marvels of association that we produce in our heads all the time.” ⁠

VIEW IN NEW YORK:⁠
"Projects: Kentridge, Beauchamp, Van der Ploeg & Van Haver"⁠
⁠On View: October 25 - December 22, 2023⁠
Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Friday from 11-6pm⁠
Address: 526 W 26th Street, Suite 816, New York, NY 10001⁠

For more information, please email [email protected].⁠

📸 William Kentridge, "Universal Archive (Ref 35), 2012, Linocut on non-archival dictionary paper, Edition of 20, 13 4/5 × 10 3/5 in. ⁠

ON VIEW IN NYC | Check out a selection of the experimental monoprints from Raquel van Haver's most recent collaboration ...
11/04/2023

ON VIEW IN NYC | Check out a selection of the experimental monoprints from Raquel van Haver's most recent collaboration with David Krut Workshop (DKW) in our "Projects" exhibition until December 22nd! Click below to preview the show or purchase available works on Artsy. ⁠

https://www.artsy.net/show/david-krut-projects-projects-kentridge-beauchamp-van-der-ploeg-and-van-haver

- During her 2023 residency at DKW, Van Haver became intrigued by the lengths locals take to protect their assets. She used the concept of razor wire fencing - a familiar sight in Johannesburg - as a point of departure and created a series of 10 satirical monoprints exploring the current reality of gentrification in the city, the fear evident in extreme property protection, and the materialism displayed in what people choose to protect. ⁠

PLAN YOUR VISIT:⁠
"Projects: Kentridge, Beauchamp, Van der Ploeg & Van Haver"⁠
⁠On View: October 25 - December 22, 2023⁠
Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Friday from 11-6pm⁠
Address: 526 W 26th Street, Suite 816, New York, NY 10001⁠

For more information, please email [email protected].⁠ ⁠

📸 Raquel van Haver, "Avaritia", 2023.⁠

AVAILABLE IN NEW YORK | William Kentridge, "Finally, Memory Yields", 2022. ⁠⁠CLICK BELOW | BUY NOW ON ARTSY⁠https://www....
11/02/2023

AVAILABLE IN NEW YORK | William Kentridge, "Finally, Memory Yields", 2022. ⁠

CLICK BELOW | BUY NOW ON ARTSY⁠
https://www.artsy.net/artwork/william-kentridge-studio-life-finally-memory-yields

William Kentridge's "Studio Life" series consists of twelve photogravure prints which draw on stills from the artist's nine-part film series titled "Self-Portrait as a Coffee Pot". ⁠

The works in this series often show the artist, in motion, in his studio as he works on large-scale drawings, and also offer glimpses of his sculptural and stage productions. Kentridge views many of the "Studio Life" works as illustrated conversations with himself about his studio practice and working process.⁠

VIEW IN NEW YORK:⁠
"Projects: Kentridge, Beauchamp, Van der Ploeg & Van Haver"⁠
⁠On View: October 25 - December 22, 2023⁠
Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Friday from 11-6pm⁠
Address: 526 W 26th Street, Suite 816, New York, NY 10001⁠

For more information, please email [email protected].⁠

📸 William Kentridge, "Finally, Memory Yields", 2022. Photogravure with drypoint on Hahnemühle Natural White 300gsm, 17 3/10 × 21 3/10 inches, Edition of 28.⁠

ON VIEW IN NYC | Visit .nyc to check out Vusi Beauchamp's provocative, mixed-media paintings as part of our "Projects" e...
11/01/2023

ON VIEW IN NYC | Visit .nyc to check out Vusi Beauchamp's provocative, mixed-media paintings as part of our "Projects" exhibition until December 22nd. Click below to preview or purchase Beauchamp's works on Artsy. ⁠

https://www.artsy.net/show/david-krut-projects-projects-kentridge-beauchamp-van-der-ploeg-and-van-haver

Vusi Beauchamp’s iconography employs popular culture, satire and stereotypes in service of a visual political commentary, interrogating current societal ills against a backdrop of post-Apartheid South Africa. ⁠

"Projects" presents a selection of the artist's mixed-media paintings featuring an array of mark making, pop art-inspired colors and text, as well as monotypes created in collaboration with the David Krut Workshop (DKW) in 2022.⁠

PLAN YOUR VISIT:⁠
"Projects: Kentridge, Beauchamp, Van der Ploeg & Van Haver"⁠
⁠On View: October 25 - December 22, 2023⁠
Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Friday from 11-6pm⁠
Address: 526 W 26th Street #816, New York, NY 10001⁠

For more information, please email [email protected].⁠

📸: Saviour, 2022⁠, Mixed-media on canvas, 34 x 28.4 inches⁠
📸: My People, 2022⁠, Mixed-media on canvas, 33.9 x 28.3 inches ⁠
📸: Paradise Cage, 2022⁠, Mixed-media on canvas⁠, 34 x 28.5 inches ⁠

Anna van der Ploeg first collaborated with David Krut Projects in 2021 – this partnership has since yielded two solo exh...
10/30/2023

Anna van der Ploeg first collaborated with David Krut Projects in 2021 – this partnership has since yielded two solo exhibitions and a large collection of gestural and dreamy works✨.⁠

Van der Ploeg (1992) is a contemporary South African artist. Her professional practice is far-reaching and although she works primarily in painting, printmaking and sculpture, she is not limited to those fields. Anna has held several solo exhibitions, has shown in galleries locally and abroad, and has works in private collections and institutions, among which the South African National Art Bank. She has participated in artist-in-residence programs in Japan, India and France and is currently working on a video project with an artist from Berlin under the collaborative EveryMutter. ⁠

Featured Works: ⁠
"Any informed spectator would have understood that scene", 2023⁠, Spitbite, aquatint and drypoint on silkscreen colored Hosho adhered to paper, 12.8 x 18.1 inches, Edition of 12 ⁠
&⁠
"I’ve relived that moment many times since then, but in the last couple of years, I’ve started to imagine it from a third point of view", 2023⁠, Liftground and spitbite aquatint with drypoint on silkscreen colored Hosho adhered to paper, 12.8 x 18.1 inches, Edition of 12 ⁠

ON VIEW IN NEW YORK ⁠| Click the link below for more details, or please email [email protected].⁠
https://www.artsy.net/show/david-krut-projects-projects-kentridge-beauchamp-van-der-ploeg-and-van-haver?sort=partner_show_position&metric=in

FEATURED ARTWORK | William Kentridge "The Flood" (2016 - 2017) ⁠⁠11-panel woodcut on Somerset Velvet, Edition of 12, 71 ...
10/28/2023

FEATURED ARTWORK | William Kentridge "The Flood" (2016 - 2017) ⁠

11-panel woodcut on Somerset Velvet, Edition of 12, 71 x 83 inches.⁠

ON VIEW IN NEW YORK | CLICK BELOW TO INQUIRE
https://www.artsy.net/artwork/william-kentridge-the-flood-from-triumphs-and-laments-woodcuts

In 2016, Jillian Ross, then Master Printer of David Krut Workshop (DKW), was invited to spend an afternoon in William Kentridge’s Houghton studio. At the time, preparations for his Frieze project were in motion, with the walls and surfaces of the studio covered with proposed layouts, scale tests, preliminary drawings and plans. Ross and Kentridge began exploring the idea of using these drawings as the basis for a print collaboration. ⁠

Woodcut was finally settled upon as the medium – a challenge, having not worked together in the medium before. This led to the creation of a series of six almost-life-size, multi-sheet, multi-timber woodcut prints called "Triumphs and Laments", which unfolded over the course of three years.⁠

For more information, please email [email protected]⁠.⁠

TODAY @ 12PM (EST) | Prints and Their Makers Book Club - A free, live conversation with Phil Sanders, Jillian Ross, Kim-...
10/20/2023

TODAY @ 12PM (EST) | Prints and Their Makers Book Club - A free, live conversation with Phil Sanders, Jillian Ross, Kim-Lee Loggenberg-Tim and Sbongiseni Khulu about the new William Kentridge works being produced at the David Krut Workshop. Please tune in!

Friday, October 20 @ 12:00 EST / 18:00 SAST
CLICK BELOW TO REGISTER:
https://withfriends.co/event/16811207/patm_s4e1_jill_ross_from_johannesburg

OPENING NEXT WEEK | Please join us for the opening of PROJECTS, a retrospect show featuring works of William Kentridge, ...
10/19/2023

OPENING NEXT WEEK | Please join us for the opening of PROJECTS, a retrospect show featuring works of William Kentridge, Vusi Beauchamp, Raquel van Haver and Anna van der Ploeg on Wednesday, October 25 from 6-8 pm. ⁠

The exhibition reflects the work of four artists who have recently worked at David Krut Workshop (DKW) in Johannesburg to create art that they wouldn’t be able to produce in their own studios. The works presented are a mix of paintings on canvas, monotypes and editions on paper.⁠

On View: October 25 - December 22, 2023⁠
Reception: Wednesday, October 25 from 6-8 ⁠
Gallery Hours: Friday 11-6, or by appointment ⁠
Address: 526 W 26th Street #816, New York, NY 10001⁠

Come work with us! We are looking for a Full-Time Programs Manager to join our small but mighty New York gallery team. ⁠...
09/22/2023

Come work with us! We are looking for a Full-Time Programs Manager to join our small but mighty New York gallery team. ⁠Follow the link below to learn more about the position and how to apply.⁠

Please submit completed applications by October 6th, 2023. Interviews will be scheduled with qualified candidates from early to mid-October. ⁠

If this position sounds like a good fit for someone you know, please share!⁠

https://www.nyfa.org/view-job/?id=07f3bfac-b6fd-4a5d-8f7e-0ac8dde7c31c

Come work with us! We are looking for a Full-Time Programs Manager to join our small but mighty New York gallery team. ⁠Follow the link below to learn more about the position and how to apply.⁠

Please submit completed applications by October 6th, 2023. Interviews will be scheduled with qualified candidates from early to mid-October. ⁠

If this position sounds like a good fit for someone you know, please share!⁠
https://www.nyfa.org/view-job/...

  | Raquel van Haver first collaborated with the David Krut Workshop (DKW) in 2016. Over one week, she created watercolo...
08/23/2023

| Raquel van Haver first collaborated with the David Krut Workshop (DKW) in 2016. Over one week, she created watercolor monotypes that became the starting point for a body of work titled "The Definition of a System", which depicted topics about migration, systemic oppression, military forces, refugees, and politics on a globalized level.⁠

Interested in seeing more by Raquel van Haver? A brand new body of work will be on view in her solo exhibition "Rising Phoenix", opening on September 6th at David Krut Projects, New York! ⁠

PREVIEW ON ARTSY: https://www.artsy.net/show/david-krut-projects-raquel-van-haver-rising-phoenix

“Raquel van Haver: Rising Phoenix”⁠
Reception: Wednesday, September 6 from 6-8pm⁠
On view: September 6 - October 20, 2023⁠
526 W 26th Street, Suite 816, New York, NY 10001⁠

📸 Select watercolor monotypes from "The Definition of a System" and images at the David Krut Workshop. ⁠

Want to learn more about Raquel van Haver and her upcoming solo exhibition “Rising Phoenix”? Follow her on IG at , check...
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Want to learn more about Raquel van Haver and her upcoming solo exhibition “Rising Phoenix”? Follow her on IG at , check out the Viewing Room for a behind-the-scenes peek at the creation process for her 2023 print series (https://www.artsy.net/viewing-room/david-krut-projects-raquel-van-haver-s-insurance-in-man-we-trust), and keep reading below!⁠

David Krut Projects, New York is pleased to present "Rising Phoenix" by artist Raquel van Haver. Born in Bogota, Colombia in 1989, Raquel van Haver currently lives and works in Amsterdam, Netherlands. In her primary practice, Van Haver works on burlap, often combining oil paint, charcoal, plaster, paper, human hair, coal, chalk and ash in heavily textured compositions. Her paintings, drawings, and installations offer snapshots of daily life in and out of metropolitan and urban society, giving a voice to those who live between the borders. ⁠

"Rising Phoenix" features a new series of monoprints made by Van Haver in collaboration with David Krut Workshop in early 2023. These one-of-a-kind prints visually resemble light fragmenting through glass and use satire to address issues relating to crime, insurance, and ownership in Johannesburg. ⁠

For more information, please email [email protected].⁠

"Raquel van Haver: Rising Phoenix"⁠
Reception: Wednesday, September 6 from 6-8pm⁠
September 6 - October 20, 2023⁠
526 West 26th Street, Suite 816, New York, NY 10001⁠

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