Daniel Feinberg – Neko shinryaku (Cat invasion)

 Bio: Daniel Feinberg has switched disciplines through his career. From interior design, to fine art and having a few shows at the Premises Gallery, to Architectural Visualisation, he has finally settled as a Tattoo Artist with a focus and love for Traditional Japanese Tattoo.  This involves having a strong connection to Japanese myth and culture. […]

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Namibian Landscape by François Krige

Krige undertook long sketching expeditions around southern Africa. To this end, Sylvia bought a VW Combi and had it fitted out with a bed, stove and refrigerator. They made an annual pilgrimage to see the spring flowers in Namaqualand while longer expeditions often took them to Namibia. The Kriges camped in dry river beds and […]

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Paternoster by François Krige

Krige travelled the length of the Western Cape coastline and was especially drawn to traditional fishing villages. We see sailing craft, genre scenes of men repairing nets, boat-builders at work and wrecked vessels washed up on the beach. In 1951 he visited Paternoster and was so enchanted by it that he decided to remain there […]

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Folded Spirits (Artist Book) by Jürgen Partenheimer

The artist book, Folded Spirits, was co-published by the artist and David Krut Projects, Johannesburg, Cape Town & New York, 2012. Contains nine hand printed lithographs and linocuts by Jürgen Partenheimer completed with an occasional watercolour and pencil drawing together with eight poems by Lebogang Mashile. The poems and text were hand-printed from aluminium plates […]

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Waymarker by Virginia MacKenny

The 36 watercolour paintings that make up this installation were completed during MacKenny’s 700km walk along the French section of ancient pilgrimage route commonly known as the Camino. Carrying with her the prayers and dedications of other environmentally concerned artists and individuals, this ‘meditation on the move’ is an embodiment of belief, calling into play […]

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