Cape Town Art Fair 2014

David Krut Projects will be showcasing work by Stephen Hobbs, William Kentridge, Mischa Fritsch, Diane Victor, Senzo Shabangu and Deborah Bell among others at the Cape Town Art Fair from the 27th of February to the 2nd of March 2014 at the BMW Pavilion, V&A Waterfront, stand G3. The Cape Town Art Fair will host […]

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The Benediction of Shade

ON VIEW: 11 May – 31 August 2013 OPENING RECEPTION: 11 May, 11am with a performance by||Hui !Gaeb di Khoen (Cape Town’s People) featuring !Hunib !Gû-Kheosab (Bradlox Vans) on vocals & !Nomab Boesman (Colin Meyer) on mouth bow LECTURE SERIES: Saturday 3 August – Christopher Swift talks about his “Umlungu” series of etchings. Saturday 17 […]

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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 […]

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David Krut Projects Cape Town – Cross-Currents, 31 July – 25 August

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 […]

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Justin Fox & Don Pinnock, Postcards from the Road

Postcards from the Road showing at David Krut Projects Cape Town from 15 October – 3 December 2011, is an exhibition of works by renowned photo-journalists, Justin Fox and Don Pinnock, re-imagined for presentation in a fine art context. Taking the form of postcards, in which image and text work in juxtaposition, the works form […]

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REVIEW – Postcards from the Road in Mail & Guardian

CAPE ART PICKS: NOVEMBER 2011 Miles Keylock, 10 November David Goldblatt’s portrait photography is explored in a new retrospective, while photojournalists Justin Fox and Don Pinnock document their travels. ■ Artist David Goldblatt quotes two American photographers to explain his philosophy of ­portraiture. Bill Brandt, who claims a good portrait tells something of the ­subject’s […]

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