David Krut Projects is an alternative arts institution dedicated to encouraging an awareness of and careers in the arts and related literature and media, and to promoting contemporary culture in a dynamic, collaborative environment.
We have exhibition project spaces, adjacent arts bookstores and print workshops located at Parkwood and Arts on Main, the major new arts hub adjacent to downtown Johannesburg. There are also exhibition project spaces and arts bookstores at the Montebello Design Centre in Cape Town and in New York. David Krut Print Workshop (DKW) produces fine art editions with William Kentridge, Diane Victor, Deborah Bell and a number of other South African and international artists.
|David Krut : Founder and Owner|
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|Meghan Allynn Johnson|
|Lauren Krukowski||Jill Ross : Workshop Manager|
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|DK Projects New York|
|DK Editions||South African Arts Resource|
|South African Arts Resource||DK Arts Resource|
|Body Maps HIV Project||DK Publishing|
|DK Print Workshop|
|526 West 26th Street, #816||Arts Bookshop|
|New York, NY 10001|
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|t : +1 (212) 255-3094||Parkwood, Johannesburg|
|f : +1 (212) 400-2600||t : +27 (0)11 880 4242 / +27 (0)11 880 5648|
|ABOUT US||Arts on Main|
|t : +27 (0)11 334-1209|
|Wednesday - Saturday 10-6pm, or by appointment||Cape Town|
|July: Mon-Fri, 10-6pm||Jacqueline Nurse : Gallery Manager|
|August : Open by appointment only||David Krut Fine Arts and Publishing|
|31 Newlands Avenue|
|Newlands, Cape Town, 7700|
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|t : 021 685-0676|
- David Krut
David Krut's activities in the arts focus on collaboration and communication in order to encourage a wider awareness of the arts.
His first involvement in fine art was in 1973 when he supervised the establishment of a contemporary art gallery in Bond Street, London. In 1979 he became totally committed to the visual arts as a dealer and publisher of limited edition art. Since then he has collaborated with various galleries and art dealers in the USA, UK, South Africa, Canada and Australia, introducing the works of artists which may otherwise not have been shown in those countries.
An etching by British artist Joe Tilson in 1981 was the first limited edition print published by David Krut Fine Art. This work was created by the artist working with master printer Jack Shirreff at 107 Workshop near Bath, England.
William Kentridge visited 107 Workshop in 1992 and created a series of prints.
Other artists have been commissioned by David to work at 107 Workshop as well as other print workshops in Europe, South Africa and the USA.
In 1997 he edited and produced a William Kentridge CD-ROM, which has proved to be a valuable resource on the artist. It also led to further projects, chiefly on contemporary South African artists, including the TaXi Art Books series which is funded by the French Institute of South Africa, Pro Helvetia - Swiss Arts Commission, the Royal Netherlands Embassy, the National Arts Council and the MTN Art Institute, Johannesburg.
- Meghan Allynn Johnson
- Lauren Krukowski