Artist Series E02: Jacob van Schalkwyk | DOLCEFARNIENTE: Solo Projects and Print Launch

Cape Town based artist Jacob van Schalkwyk speaks about his collaboration with David Krut Workshop and the conceptualization of his 2017 Solo Project and Print Launch, DOLCEFARNIENTE at David Krut Projects in Parkwood, Johannesburg.     DOLCEFARNIENTE translates as “the enjoyment of idleness”, the sweetness (dolce) of doing (faro) nothing (niente). It is an Italian concept […]

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‘Art Years are like Dog Years’, 2006 – 2017 by Jacob van Schalkwyk

01.06.2017 Art Years are like Dog Years, 2006 – 2017   Art Years are like Dog Years, 2006 – 2017 is a sculptural object by Jacob van Schalkwyk which first featured in a solo project and print launch entitled DOLCEFARNIENTE in April 2017 at David Krut Projects, 142A Jan Smuts Avenue, Johannesburg. The sculpture consists […]

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Film by Rowan Pybus – Faith47, Fragments of a Burnt History

Rowan Pybus has produced this short video of Faith47’s Fragments of a Burnt History, an installation showing at David Krut Projects, Parkwood, from 8 November 2012 – 9 February 2013. Starting in a forgotten and dusty letterpress studio and moving through the installation it gives the viewer a deeper understanding of the body of work. […]

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TEASER VIDEO – FAITH47, FRAGMENTS OF A BURNT HISTORY

A teaser video in preparation of Faith47’s solo exhibition at David Krut Projects, Parkwood – Fragments of a Burnt History. Filmed and Produced by Rowan Pybus Music – ‘Jim comes to Joburg’ by Dolly Rathebe SHOW OPENS 8 NOVEMBER, 6.30pm read more about the exhibition FRAGMENTS OF A BURNT HISTORY – TEASER _ 2012 from […]

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FILM: David Krut talks about William Kentridge’s ‘West Coast Landscapes’

Early in 2010, Kentridge spent a few days visiting vineyards in the Swartland and far up the West Coast in the Olifants River region. During this time he originated various preparatory sketches, of the hundred year old vines, for his extremely popular West Coast series. He also provided drawings to be used on labels for […]

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FILM: Printing William Kentridge’s ‘Scribble Cat’ at David Krut Projects

DKW Workshop Manager Jillian Ross and Printer Mlungisi Kongisa guide the viewer through the processes of printmaking as they relate to William Kentridge’s six plate print “Scribble Cat” at DKW Arts on Main. In this film one can see the preparation of the ink, paper and plate, and the final printing of the image. Camera: […]

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