Conversation with Master Printmaker, Jillian Ross

Canadian-born Master Printmaker, Jillian Ross, has established herself as a key collaborator in the printmaking practices of celebrated artists. Notable among them, she has worked with world-renowned South African artist, William Kentridge, on several of his printed projects including Mantegna (2016) a 2 x 2 meter multiple plate woodcut; The Universal Archive (2011-2014), a series of 75 linocuts; and The Nose (2006-2010), a series of 30 etchings. Ross currently directs the David Krut Workshop in Johannesburg, South Africa.

In this lecture, Jillian shares some of her experiences collaborating with Kentridge.

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