Posts tagged Installation

Allsorts – a painting by ...

David Krut Projects Cape Town recently opened Jacob van Schalkwyk’s Solo Project and Print Launch, DOLCEFARNIENTE. The traveling retrospective first opened at David Krut Projects in Johannesburg in March 2017, showcasing a decade of van Schalkwyk’s works, ranging from drawings, prints, installations, videos, and paintings. Shown for the first time in Cape Town, the featured […]

Artist Series E02: Jacob van Sch...

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 […]

Asuka Nirasawa Enamoured by MULT...

On the 30th May David Krut Projects Cape Town (DKCT) had the honour of launching Asuka Nirasawa’s residency showcase, MULTIFINITY.  The showcase marks the completion of the month-long residency programme Nirasawa experienced at DKCT.  The showcase consists of circular fabric collages on handmade paper and stretched canvas. To accompany these colourful mixed media works Nirasawa […]

Asuka Nirasawa | David Krut Pr...

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 […]

Stephen Hobbs’ SAS Somerse...

Stephen Hobbs’ SAS Somerset & Other War Stories: Installation Shots

Stephen Hobbs’ SAS Somerset & Other War Stories opened as part of First Thursdays at the Twenty Fifty Gallery on 2 April 2015. The installation demonstrated a unique and dynamic use of dazzle patterning and lighting onto a mock assemblage of the SAS Somerset; a spectacle conceived to enliven and transform the perception of the […]

JAG SNAG: End of Exhibition R...

JAG SNAG: End of Exhibition – Stephen Hobbs

  Opening address by Christopher Till Sunday 16 March at 4pm / Closing 27 July 2014 Following three years of research and discussion, with Chief Curator, Antoinette Murdoch, into the historical and physical properties of the Johannesburg Art Gallery, Stephen Hobbs will present a series of small, medium and large scale architectonic responses to the Meyer/Pienaar Gallery-extension. […]

Diane Victor Installs Brief Live...

Diane Victor Installs Brief Lives

Diane Victor recently installed one of her candle smoke drawings on glass entitled ‘Brief Lives: Pig’ at a client’s home. The original idea for the work was to create an ethereal and atmospheric image through the representation of naturalistic, ghostlike smoke portraits that become integrated with their background. The smoke drawings on glass are protected […]

William Kentridge – The Re...

William Kentridge – The Refusal of Time at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

October 22, 2013 – May 11, 2014 William Kentridge (South African, b. 1955). The Refusal of Time (detail), 2012. Five-channel video with sound, 30 min., with megaphones and breathing machine (“elephant”). Jointly owned by The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Purchase, Roy R. and Marie S. Neuberger Foundation […]

Stephen Hobbs at University of S...

Stephen Hobbs at University of Stellenbosch Gallery

A series of installation shots from Stephen Hobbs’s show, Activities on the grid, which opened 2 March 2013.  Photographs courtesy of Stephen Hobbs.  

Faith47 in Stockholm

Faith47 has just completed work on an installation in at the Kulturhuset Stockholm, Sweden, entitled who cannot pretend? death. is a form of art. The arches featured in this exhibition also appeared at Von der Heydt Museum, Wuppertal, about which more can be read here. For more on Faith47, see the images of the work […]

ORANGE SKYSCRAPER – A Wall...

David Krut Projects hopes that this wall installation allows one to view the work of Stephen Hobbs from a different perspective by showcasing selected notes and drawings, works on paper, studio experiments and games, sculptures, photographs, and Borgesian meditations on particular core themes and concerns of Hobbs’ work. This installation has connections to the artist’s […]

Trinity Session and Hobbs/Neuste...

On 15 March 2012, The Trinity Session previewed its REVIEW Exhibition inside the factorybuilding at 281 Commissioner Street, Johannesburg. The Trinity Session’s two founding members, Stephen Hobbs and Marcus Neustetter, are celebrating ten years of collaboration by displaying videos, photography, mind maps and artifacts from a dense archive of research on large projection surfaces. Despite […]

Stephen Hobbs: JAG SNAG

Stephen Hobbs has chosen to embark on a five year project which aims to revise, deconstruct and re-imagine the architectonic and spatial characteristics of the Johannesburg Art Gallery (JAG). This is a specific trajectory that makes use of artworks, installations, video and a series of symposiums and workshops to address issues surrounding the well-being of […]