William Kentridge Pocket Drawings

Pocket Drawings is made up of forty-five panels of drawings by William Kentridge. The drawings were printed onto scanned book pages from Baedeker's L'Italie des Alpes a Naples, 1926 and were then pasted onto a cotton backing so that the panels fold up into a small document that is placed in a handmade and hand printed box. It was produced in an edition of 25 plus proofs in 2015.

Go to the bottom of this page for links to all the books that have been produced at The Artists' Press.

William Kentridge Archive of Prints Made at The Artists' Press

William Kentridge adding red text to his drawings.


Phumla Mabuza and Anna Van der Ploeg printing the text onto the handmade boxes.


Below are links to the artists' books that are currently available from The Artists' Press:

GIF 4 (Various artists)

Qauqaua  (Coex'ae Qgam, Kuru Art Project)

Joanne of Ark (Flip Hattingh)

The Ultimate Safari (Nadine Gordimer and various artists)

To take a look at the archive of artists' books produced by The Artists' Press please follow the links below, these books are not available from us.

Another Day in Paradise (Various artists)

The Human Race (Robert Hodgins)

Portage (William Kentridge)

Breathe (William Kentridge)

Remembering the Treason Trial (William Kentridge)

Learning the Flute (William Kentridge)

Libretto (William Kentridge)

GIF 1 (Various artists)

GIF 2 (Various artists)

GIF 3 (Various artists)

Antibody (Belinda Blignaut)

In Praise of Bristlecone Pines (Rita Deanin Abbey)

Patrick Cullinan, Selected Poems 1961 - 1991 (Patrick Cullinan, Judith Mason)

JUST 30 WORDS (INTERLINEARY) Robbin Ami Silverberg

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