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The Art We Make E03: Master Printer J...

In this episode, the David Krut Workshop’s Master Printer Jillian Ross speaks about her experience of joining the workshop and her work with artist Colbert Mashile. Colbert Mashile Artist Page: http://davidkrutprojects.com/artists/93/colbert-mashile

PODCAST│The Art We Make E02: David Kr...

The Art We Make E02: David Krut on the limited edition 2010 Fifa Posters: How it all started In anticipation of the Russia 2018 FIFA World Cup, David Krut Projects takes you down memory lane to the 2010 FIFA World Cup which took place in South Africa. A successful and well planned event that saw […]

Print of the Month (May 2018) Mary Wa...

This month’s print of the month was chosen by our current intern Sarah Hunkin, a student at the Wits University. Facade is part of a body of paintings and etchings titled Ninth Floor that continue Wafer’s interest in structural marginality and exclusion in contemporary South Africa. Following her previous inquiry into the Marikana massacre, Wafer’s research on […]

Word Art E06 | Weskus Witblitz by Jus...

An Epic poem written and read by Justin Fox and published in the Stanzas anthologies. Travel writer, novelist and photographer based in Cape Town, South Africa. He is a former editor at large of the Getaway travel magazine and editor of Getaway International magazine.

Fifa 2010 Official Art Poster Edition

In anticipation of the Russia 2018 FIFA World Cup, David Krut Projects takes you down memory lane to the 2010 FIFA World Cup which took place in South Africa. A successful and well planned event that saw the art industry contributing immensely with a publication of 17 limited edition FIFA posters, which were officially distributed […]

Artist Series E15: Lorenzo Nassimbeni...

Elize de Beer and Lorenzo Nassimbeni talk about his latest ventures in art since moving to Cape Town from Johannesburg. The current body of work that Nassimbeni is making is in preparation for his upcoming solo exhibition at David Krut Projects in Johannesburg, in October. In this podcast, he talks about the process behind this […]

The Colourist Manifesto: The impact o...

The Colourist Manifesto, currently on show at David Krut Projects Cape Town, explores and celebrates the use of colour in printmaking by showcasing a variety of artist’s works made in collaboration with the David Krut Workshop. Traditionally, printmaking has existed within a monochromatic realm but through this showcase of artworks by artists who function as […]

David Krut Projects Cape Town Childre...

Colour me Curious with Printmaking By Gabrielle van der Merwe Tucked between the trees of Montebello Design Centre in Newlands, David Krut Projects (DKP) Cape Town hosted a Children’s Monotype Workshop: Inspired by Nature on the 8th of February 2018. Children of all ages were invited, but surprisingly the gallery played host to both children […]

Artist Series E06 | William Kentridge...

Join us for Wednesdays with William Kentridge; a series of sound clips from the artist on a CD-ROM published by David Krut in 1997. The Following podcasts are of Kentridge talking about his artworks; the subject matter and how they came about. Triptych (1985-1990) Art in a State (1986) Little Morals (1991) Heads and Irises […]

William Kentridge printmaking at Jack...

ROMANCING THE PLATE by Rosemary Simmons The evolution of William Kentridge‘s new intaglio plates  from PRINTMAKING TODAY Volume 2, No.4, Winter 1993 by Rosemary Simmons, Editor. Johannesburg formed William Kentridge and it remains his home base, yet his vision and work have universality as well as a multi-media approach. He has just completed an intense […]

Audiovisual Showcase: Never Read The ...

Written by Alex Abrahams On Sunday 19 November 2017, David Krut Projects in Cape Town hosted an audiovisual showcase called Never Read the News Alone. The event contained a reading of various newspaper articles by two artists to a captive audience that was also treated to the sounds of live musical experimentation from three musicians. Current […]

Asuka Nirasawa | David Krut Project...

David Krut Projects Cape Town (DKCT) is delighted to announce its first artist-in-residency (AIR). During the month of May, the Japanese artist, Asuka Nirasawa will be transforming the project space into her studio, activating the space and in the process creating an entirely new body of work. Born and raised in Osaka, Japan, Nirasawa studied […]

Architecture meets Art in “post...

Architecture meets Art in “post-apartheid” South Africa In the hot seat: Artist Stephen Hobbs in conversation with leading architects and collectors on the relationship between art and architecture. “I claim for architects the rights and liberties that painters and poets have held for so long” Pancho Guedes A critical dialogue between art and architecture is […]

Aida Muluneh: Reframing the Art of Et...

The following is a statement made by Aida Muluneh about her participation in the group exhibition, The Divine Comedy, Contemporary African Artists (2014) hosted and curated by the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art which showcased her chromogenic colour prints titled The 99 Series (2013): Inferno is made of history, not only of a country […]

Endale Desalegn’s Saturday meeting wi...

7 November 2015 Saturday afternoon saw Endale Desalegn meeting members of the Art Press from publications like Art SA. Walking them around his Two Social Pacifiers Exhibition he responded to questions about interpretation and explained aspects of his work to Journalist and Artist, Chepape Makgato.     For him the concept of the aleatoric is […]

Printer Kim-Lee Loggenberg on the pro...

Kim-Lee was asked just how Mischa Fritschs’ recent collaboration with DKW came into being from a technical perspective. This is how she describes it.   Proxy-Me-Tree (Bungee Experiment) “The Bungee mechanism created for Proxy-me-Tree is a pendulum of sorts. Mischa attached an easel to a tree to act as a backing and support to hold […]

Q&A with St.John Fuller: thought...

  DKP: Your art practice and the use of the Camera Obscura as a device is concerned  with the notion of time, is that right?   SJ: Partially, yes – witnessed, recorded and then finally witnessed repeatedly. In terms of the portraits it is about how we look at things.   DKP: So, the portraits explore perception […]

Internship opportunity at David Krut ...

DAVID KRUT BOOKSTORE is seeking responsible and highly motivated interns to assist with the daily running of the bookstore in Parkwood. The internship can be either full-time or part-time (minimum 2 days a week) for at least a 3-month period. Internships are unpaid for the first three months, with the possibility of discussion around employment […]