Residency Report

Asuka Nirasawa visits Bridget Henderson, owner of Cowgirl Blues. Asuka and Francine, who is busy dyeing a selection of wool. On Friday 5 May 2017 Asuka Nirasawa, our current artist-in-residency at David Krut projects Cape Town (DKCT) visited the studio of the designer, Bridget Henderson. Cowgirl Blues is based in the creative suburb of Woodstock and […]

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Jaco van Schalkwyk Studio Visit

Upon visiting van Schalkwyk’s studio it is evident that his practice is particularly concerned with the formal element of colour. Whilst studying at New York’s Pratt Institute the artist spent an entire year focussed solely on the study and manipulation of colour. He shows us swatches of colour cards named, “color aids”. On each of […]

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Patricia Schonstein X Jacob van Schalkwyk – Poetry Reading and Walkabout

06.10.2016 On Saturday 1 October 2016, Patricia Schonstein, our poet in residence delivered a poetry reading to accompany Jacob van Schalkwyk’s walkabout at his current exhibition, Sunsets. Schonstein elaborates further: Sunsets comprises of a series of six drawings on paper done in lithographic ink. They are landscape-influenced and carry a sense of turbulence, fire-destruction, decay and […]

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Lynn & Obie Oberholzer: Cooking in the Photographer’s House

On Thursday 14 October 2014, David Krut Projects Cape Town launched Lynn & Obie Oberholzer’s Cooking in the Photographer’s House. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed the launch. Lynn gave a delightful talk about how the book came about and all the various influences that she has drawn on. She shared many intriguing stories that have helped her […]

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Francois Krige featuring in ‘The Benediction of Shade’

2013 marks the centenary of Francois Krige’s birth and it is therefore appropriate that The Benediction of Shade exhibition includes a delightful selection of tree drawings and paintings by Krige. The Benediction of Shade is a group show of works related to the metaphors and imagery of trees and work by over 25 artists is […]

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