Conflict Zones: The Language of ...

“There looms within abjection, one of those violent, dark revolts of being, directed against a threat that seems to emanate from an exorbitant outside or inside, ejected beyond the scope of the possible, the tolerable, the thinkable. It lies there, quite close, but it cannot be assimilated.”[1] ‘The power of memory is prodigious. It is…vast, […]

Imprint: Selected Editions and W...

David Krut Projects is pleased to present IMPRINT, a selection of editions and works on paper by local and international artists, running from 10 December 2011 until 24 March 2012. The definitions of the word “imprint” encapsulate the central tenets of the show. All works have in common the fact of their production through various […]

Landscape Re-Orientation, 28 Apr...

“Before it can ever be the repose for the senses, landscape is the work of the mind. Its scenery is built up as much from strata of memory as from layers of rock.”[1] Ask a South African about landscape painting, and it is likely that one of the first images that will come to mind […]

Alastair Whitton, Patmos and the...

  This exhibition of work by Alastair Whitton will run from the 1 October – 27 October 2009. 1. To start with the first sign, so to speak, can you elucidate the title of this series of works, Patmos and the War at Sea? The Greek island of Patmos has been the site of conquest […]

Editions/Artists’ Book Fai...

Editions/Artists’ Book Fair, New York

David Krut Projects (DKP) participated in the 15th Anniversary of the Editions/Artists’ Book Fair, which opened on the evening of January 23, and continued through January 27, 2013 at the Altman Building in New York. Originally set to take place in November, 2012 as it does every year during print week, the fair was unfortunately […]

Cross-Currents

Cross-Currents, showing at David Krut Projects Cape Town from 31 July – 25 August 2012, presents a selection of works that draw on ideas of the sea, literally – as in, how do we relate to the sea and how have we related to it over time – and metaphorically – what does the sea […]

Cross-Currents, 31 July – 25 Aug...

Cross-Currents, 31 July – 25 August 2012

Cross-Currents, showing at David Krut Projects Cape Town from 31 July – 25 August 2012, presents a selection of works that draw on ideas of the sea, literally – as in, how do we relate to the sea and how have we related to it over time – and metaphorically – what does the sea […]

David Krut Projects Cape Town &#...

Cross-Currents, showing at David Krut Projects Cape Town from 31 July – 25 August 2012, presents a selection of works that draw on ideas of the sea, literally – as in, how do we relate to the sea and how have we related to it over time – and metaphorically – what does the sea […]

Conflict Zones: The Language of ...

Conflict Zones: The Language of War – installation views

Conflict Zones: The Language of War brings together works on paper by Ryan Arenson, William Kentridge, Diane Victor and Alastair Whitton with a common theme of warfare. For as long as we have fought with one another, we have been fascinated by our fighting, in equal proportions to the violence we inflict upon each other. […]

Borders: Bamako Photography Enco...

This exhibition, produced for the last edition of Bamako Encounters – African Photography Biennial of 2009, brings together around 180 photographs and videos that reflect today’s African artistic approach to photography and video. Addressing the theme “Borders”, this collective exhibition provides diverse interpretations and representations of socio-political, cultural and identity issues. Alastair Whitton‘s series Patmos […]

IMPRINT: Selected Editions and W...

IMPRINT: Selected Editions and Works on Paper, Installation Images

David Krut Projects is pleased to present IMPRINT, a selection of editions and works on paper by local and international artists, running from 10 December 2011 until 28 January 2012. The installation of works in IMPRINT is reminiscent of 19th century salon hangings, in which artwork is placed almost from floor to ceiling. The visual […]