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David Krut Podcast
Podcasts sharing the creative projects and people of David Krut Projects
Category: Arts
Location: Johannesburg | Cape Town | New York
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December 06, 2019 06:58 AM PST
In this TATE Tuesday episode of the David Krut Podcast, we are getting into the Arts with TATE and our team from David Krut Projects. Episode producer Hagen Gersie joins Britt Lawton and Jacqueline Flint in a conversation about where to begin your education into the arts. They give a general overview on a few TATE books including How To Look At Art, the Artists Series and the Movements Series - providing a good foundation on understanding the arts. All of which are available at the David Krut Bookstore! The David Krut Podcast is a production of David Krut Projects. For more information, visit our website at https://davidkrutbookstores.com/tate-tuesday-what-is-tate-tuesday/
December 05, 2019 01:22 AM PST
In this TATE Tuesday episode of the David Krut Podcast, Art Historian Ame Bell takes us through a little book about a big artist - William Blake Songs of Innocence and of Experience.This beautiful pocket-sized book, is internationally recognised as a masterpiece of English literature, and occupies a key position in the history of western art. This unique edition of the work allows Blake to communicate with his readers as he intended, reproducing Blake's own illumination and lettering from the finest existing example of the original work. In this way readers can experience the mystery and beauty of Blake's poetry as he first created it, discovering for themselves the intricate web of symbol and meaning that connects word and image. Each poem is accompanied by a literal transcription, and the volume is introduced by the renowned historian and critic, Richard Holmes. This beautiful edition of The Songs of Innocence and Experience will be essential for those familiar with Blake's work, but also offers an ideal way into his visionary world for those encountering Blake for the first time. Published in association with The Blake Trust. Available from the David Krut Bookstores - THE BLUE HOUSE - 151 Jan Smuts Avenue, Parkwood - and Arts on Main, Maboneng. Episode produced by Hagen Gersie. Want to know more about TATE Tuesday? Visit our website at davidkrutbookstores.com.
November 26, 2019 12:37 AM PST
In this episode of TATE Tuesday, Prepare your kids for story time as Jacqueline Flint reads through 'The Big Little Thing' by Beatrice Alemagna. One summer’s day, the thing passed by… A beautiful new book exploring the wonderful way that happiness enters our lives and changes the way we look at the world. Beatrice Alemagna is an author and illustrator living in France. Her books include 'A Lion in Paris' and 'What is a Child?.' All books are available from the David krut Bookstores - THE BLUE HOUSE - 151 jan Smuts Avenue, Parkwood - and Arts on Main, Maboneng. Episode produced by Hagen Gersie. Want to know more about TATE Tuesday? Visit our website at davidkrutbookstores.com.
November 18, 2019 05:59 AM PST
On the first ever TATE Tuesday, Resident writer Jacqueline Flint talks about the TATE Guide to Modern Art Terms in conversation with our intern Hagen Gersie. If you want to have a clue about what's happening arts-wise in the world, this book is indispensable. It's a must have for nearly everyone but listen to what Jacqueline has to say about it. Produced by Hagen Gersie. You want to know more about TATE Tuesday? Visit our website at davidkrutbookstores.com.
November 14, 2019 07:30 AM PST
This episode is taken from a conversation hosted at David Krut Projects on 17 November 2019, in conjunction with the exhibition - William Kentridge: 27 Years of collaboration with David Krut. http://davidkrutprojects.com/exhibitions/52442/52442 The panel discussion unpacked the most common questions that crop up around Kentridge’s printmaking – the creation, the editioning, the gallery presence, and how it all comes together. William Kentridge is one of the great multi-disciplinary artists of our time, whose voice resonates not only in South Africa, but all over the world. As a modern pioneer in the medium, printmaking plays a foundational role in Kentridge’s practice, with series of works overlapping and informing large-scale projects in other media. Making up the Q&A panel are individuals that have their finger on the pulse, so to speak, of Kentridge’s practice and the presence of his work in both primary and secondary markets. Master Printer Jillian Ross has been working with the David Krut Workshop since 2003 and has collaborated with Kentridge on a number of print series, including the iconic Nose series of thirty etchings, the Universal Archive extensive body of linocuts and, most recently, the large-scale Triumphs and Laments Woodcut Series. With her nuanced understanding of the role of printmaking in Kentridge’s practice, as well as the complex relationship between artist and print workshop, Ross is an expert on the fascinating process and technical aspects of the work. Amé Bell is the Director of the David Krut Projects galleries and has an immersive understanding of the “front of house” aspect of Kentridge’s work, from, documentation, to presentation in the form of exhibitions and publications, to administration and promotion of Kentridge’s work on the primary market. Dealing with questions on a daily basis from those coming in to see and purchase Kentridge’s work has given Bell an understanding of what aspects of the prints people are most intrigued by in the gallery. James Sey is the Marketing and Media Manager at Aspire Art Auctions, a progressive and dynamic South African auction house specializing in curated selections of the best art being produced on the African continent. Considering that Kentridge is one of the only living South African artists with a strong and stable presence on the secondary market, Sey’s insight into Kentridge’s work answers some of the many questions collectors have around the value and longevity of the artist’s output. The discussion will be facilitated by Jacqueline Flint, an independent writer, curator and researcher who has been engaging with Kentridge’s printmaking oeuvre to varying degrees since 2008. As with any artist, research is a vital component in making sense of the work – knowledge of the different aspects of an artist’s practice in any single work, or body of works, leads to a nuanced understanding and appreciation. In the case of Kentridge’s prints this is especially significant. David Krut Podcast is a production of David Krut Projects. Edited and produced by Hagen Gersie.
October 30, 2019 07:13 AM PDT
In this podcast, we focus on the presence of birds in the work of William Kentridge. Here we present to you a collection of thoughts and writings about birds and the making of them, taken from publications on the artist’s work. Listening Time | 16 Minutes Extracts taken from: 1. Interview with BLV, in Flute – p23 2. ‘I am the Bird Catcher’, essay by Kate McCrickard, in Flute – pp138-139 3. That Which We Do Not Remember with Jane Taylor – Magic Flute series – p98/100 4. William Kentridge: Notes Towards A Model Opera – ‘A Death of Sparrows’ – pp118 & 126-127 William Kentridge: 27 Years of collaboration exhibition at David Krut Projects 2019: http://davidkrutprojects.com/exhibitions/52442/52442 The David Krut Podcast is a production of David Krut Projects Produced and edited by Hagen Gersie, research and curation of text by Jacqueline Flint & hosted by Britt Lawton
October 28, 2019 08:10 AM PDT
In this episode, Britt Lawton chats to Hagen Gersie about the significance of the MOMA catalogue and exhibition 'Impressions from South Africa, 1965 to Now.' - text by Judith B. Hecker. A unique and brief history of South African Art and politics is explored through the selection of works from the Museum of Modern Arts collection. Britt outlines the content of the catalogue - which is consistent with the educational message of the exhibition. She also expands on the reason why she chose to preview this catalogue and explores the structure of the collection that spans over 20 South African artists through a variety of print mediums and era's. Sandile Goje, 'The Meeting of Two Cultures, 1993.' - https://www.moma.org/collection/works/95151 Diane Victor, 'Disasters of Peace, 2001 - 2003.' - https://www.moma.org/collection/works/95157 The David Krut Podcast is a production of David Krut Projects. Hosted and produced by Hagen Gersie, research and preview by Britt Lawton. Bookstore website: https://davidkrutbookstores.com/ Visit us at 151 Jan Smuts Avenue, Parkwood, Johannesburg or Arts on Main - 264 Fox Street, Maboneng, Johannesburg. Follow us on instagram - @DavidKrutBookstore and Like our Facebook Page!
October 23, 2019 04:04 AM PDT
In this episode, we focus on the presence of rhinos in the work of William Kentridge. Here we present to you two related extracts about rhinos and the making of them, taken from publications on the artist’s work. Both of these extracts focus on work made around the time of William Kentridge’s production of Mozart’s The Magic Flute, in which the rhino plays a central role via on-stage projections. Listening Time | 15 Minutes 1. Extract from ‘I am the Bird Catcher’, essay by Kate McCrickard, in Flute – p150 The book, William Kentridge Flute, published by David Krut Publishing in 2006 traces the creative project of Kentridge’s production of the opera. 2. Extract from Double Vision: Albrecht Dürer / William Kentridge – Transformations of the Rhinoceros in William Kentridge – pp88-89 PREFACE: Double Vision is the catalogue that was produced to accompany an exhibition of the same name, which had the ambitious plan to simultaneously investigate the work of Albrecht Dürer and William Kentridge, and their approaches to printmaking. William Kentridge: 27 Years of collaboration exhibition at David Krut Projects 2019: http://davidkrutprojects.com/exhibitions/52442/52442 The David Krut Podcast is a production of David Krut Projects Produced and edited by Hagen Gersie, research and curation of text by Jacqueline Flint & hosted by Britt Lawton
October 18, 2019 01:48 AM PDT
In this episode, German intern Hagen Gersie talks about the latest book he's read from our bookstore - The Dada Spirit by Emmanuel De L'Ecotais. Take a listen as Hagen beautifully recites a sound poem by Hugo Ball titled 'Karawane.' A sound poem essentially combines literary and musical composition to emphasize the central role of human speech in the reading or recitation of text. Hagen and Mtha discuss the core idea of the book which is that because of the diversity of Dada creations, the movement is not an "ism" of the art world: there is no Dada "style," although a single spirit does govern the works of this movement, which is at once anti-conformist, anti-bourgeois and above all, anti-artistic. The David Krut Podcast is a production of David Krut Projects. Hosted by Mthabisi Sithole Preview and production by Hagen Gersie Bookstore website: https://davidkrutbookstores.com/ Visit us at 151 Jan Smuts Avenue, Parkwood, Johannesburg or Arts on Main - 264 Fox Street, Maboneng, Johannesburg. Follow us on instagram - @DavidKrutBookstore and Like our Facebook Page!
October 12, 2019 02:11 AM PDT
In this episode of the David Krut Podcast we are going to step outside and wander into the forest. A forest that is, populated with trees drawn and printed by William Kentridge. We are going to hear thoughts and extracts relating to the presence of trees in Kentridge’s body of work. Here we present to you a collection of thoughts and writings about trees and the making of them. Enjoy! SELECTED PRINTS: Universal Archive, tree singles – Ref 37 – 42, Ref 46, Ref 47, Ref 49 – 52 Universal Archive, two-plate trees – Ref 55, Ref 56 Universal Archive: Nine Trees Universal Archive: Big Tree Lekkerbreek If you have no eye Walking Man (cf Telephone Lady) Staying Home (Sleeping on Glass) – cf. WK Prints p80 / 81 This is How The Tree Breaks (Sleeping on Glass) – cf. WK Prints p80 / 83 Terminal Hurt, Terminal Longing (Sleeping on Glass) – cf. WK Prints p80 / 83 David Krut Podcast is a production of David Krut Projects. Producer and editor was Hagen Gersie Narration and Curation of text by Jacqueline Flint Hosted by Britt Lawton
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