JOÃO RENATO ORECCHIA ZÚÑIGA Abroad

Orecchia is now travelling internationally to perform his compositions with The Blind Mass Orchestra during the Holland Festival 2019 in Amsterdam. William Kentridge and Faustin Linyekula are also taking part in the festival as associate artists. As an introduction, William Kentridge will be on stage with his lecture-performance Defence of the Less Good Idea, an ode to deviating from an […]

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Asuka Nirasawa Enamoured by MULTIFINITY

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 […]

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Asuka Nirasawa | David Krut Projects Cape Town Artist-in-Residency

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 […]

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Jürgen Partenheimer on the cover of Art in Print

Jürgen Partenheimer’s Folded Spirits on the cover of the latest issue of Art in Print! The issue includes a feature article by Catherine Bindman that talks about the artist book and suite of prints Partenheimer created in South Africa. **Click here to read the feature **Click here for further information and images of the works […]

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Editions/Artists’ Book Fair, New York

David Krut Projects (DKP) participated in the 15th Anniversary of the Editions/Artists’ Book Fair, which opened on the evening of January 23, and continued through January 27, 2013 at the Altman Building in New York. Originally set to take place in November, 2012 as it does every year during print week, the fair was unfortunately […]

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Faith47 shows at Von der Heydt Museum, Wuppertal

LEFT: “La mierda que tenemos que travesar nadando” (Purge the horrible darkness of my mind) RIGHT: “Horridas nostrae mentis purga tenebras” (The shit we have to swim through) Both works are mixed media, 200 x 87cm Faith47 is best known in South Africa for her influence in the street art arena, but she is fast […]

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William Kentridge: Egyptian Sketchbooks

As part of its policy in favour of contemporary art, the Louvre has invited the South African artist William Kentridge to intervene with a specific project around the theme of ancient Egypt. Parallel to the artist’s monographic exhibition – currently showing at the Jeu de Paume, Carnets d’Egypte in the Denon wing of the Louvre […]

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William Kentridge Prints at Museum of Modern Art New York

In 1998, David Krut arranged the first exhibition of William Kentridge’s prints in the USA in Chicago. Previously there had been an exhibition of his films and related drawings at the San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art. The Chicago exhibition comprised all the editions that Krut had published with Kentridge since the start of their […]

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William Kentridge, Telegrams From the Nose – Review

by Harry Inglis, NY To complement their current exhibition of William Kentridge’s works entitled, Telegrams From The Nose, the Annandale Galleries of Sydney have produced, under Anne Gregory’s guidance, a marvellous book-cum-catalogue, of the same title, which serves as both a handbook to those attending the exhibition, and a valuable read in its own right. The […]

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William Kentridge at Edinburgh Printmakers

Edinburgh Printmakers in collaboration with David Krut Projects will be showing an exhibition of William Kentridge prints’ during the Edinburgh Festival from 21 July to 8 September. The show is called “William Kentridge Prints” – published by David Krut New York. Earlier this year, the curator at Edinburgh Printmakers, Sarah Manning-Cordwell, approached David Krut and Kate […]

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