Micheal Amery

Cape Town based artist Michael Amery, showcased his first solo show of drawings, Tress by Man at David Krut Projects Cape Town in 2016. As a freelancer in the advertising industry, he tackles the effect of consumer culture on the natural world via a collection of accomplished drawings in charcoal and India ink. Amery is […]

Jacob Van Schalkwyk

Jacob van Schalkwyk (b.1979) grew up in Pretoria, and is currently based in Cape Town, South Africa. He studied at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn New York where he completed a BFA in Drawing (2003). He went on to live and work in New York, returning to South Africa in 2008. Van Schalkwyk subsequently started working […]

St.John Fuller

St.John Fuller was born in South Africa in 1974, moving to the UK in 1985, in part, to avoid military conscription to the South African army. He obtained a Bachelor of Fine Arts Honours degree from Southampton University in 1997, and while in first year met Justin Quinell, a professional photographer specializing in pinhole photography who introduced him to the medium. […]

Matthew Hindley

Cape Town-based contemporary artist Matthew Hindley collaborated with David Krut Workshop (DKW) from February 2016, creating a comprehensive series of drypoints and watercolour monotypes. On his first visit to DKW, Hindley produced colour-abounding watercolour monotypes and returned in June 2016 to make a series of copper plate drypoints – a medium that he has found […]

Willie Bester

Born 1956, Montagu, Cape Town, South Africa Lives and works in Kuilsriver, Cape Town, South Africa Willie Bester uses the leftovers of the society he depicts in order to retrace the political history of South Africa. Bester was ten years old when the Group Areas Act of the apartheid government forced his family to leave […]

Emalie Bingham

Artist Statement: I like to think in terms of circuits and experiments, rather than permanent installations. An intrigue with the often unseen, yet valuable ‘left-overs’ generated by an outcomes-based art process has become the basis for my current approach. A more process- and event-orientated approach allows for the exposure and exploration of societal structures and […]

Justin Fox

Justin Fox is the editor of Getaway International travel magazine and is based in Cape Town. He was a Rhodes Scholar and received a doctorate in English from Oxford University after which he became a research fellow at the University of Cape Town, where he now teaches part time. His articles and photographs have appeared […]

Faith 47

Faith’s images reconstruct lost objects, broken-down cars, old factories and dusty side roads of forgotten towns. She investigates how humans interact with their environment, what scratches and memories they leave behind. Her interactions resonate with our fragility, with our innate understanding of symbols, dreams, textures and inevitable impermanence. Faith47 is a self-taught artist, best known […]

Yudelman & Amaler-Raviv

The creation of Jo’burg Man formed part of the exhibition ‘One‘ which was shown at the Association for Visual Arts in Cape Town in 2000. Jo’burg Man was selected as one of twenty artworks featured in the Johannesburg Art City Project and was reproduced to billboard size for display on the side of a building in […]

Deborah Bell

Deborah Bell is a leading painter, sculptor and printmaker in South Africa. Bell is a frequent collaborator at the David Krut Print Workshop (DKW), where she has produced a number of prints over the years. She has worked with Jack Shirreff in the UK and Phil Sanders, a master printer from New York. She has also […]

Trasi Henen

Trasi Henen studied at the University of the Witwatersrand, where she received a BA Fine Arts Honours degree. In 2002 and 2003 she was awarded the Ashley Radmore Painter Prize at the University of the Witwatersrand and, in 2003, the Herbert Evans Painter Prize. Henen works in painting and mixed media. Her work takes the […]