William Kentridge’s ‘A Poem is not your Own’ features the Triumphs and Laments Woodcut series, Kunst Museum, Basel

“Designed in close consultation with the artist, the exhibition showcases early graphic art and films from the 1980s and 1990s as well as examples of Kentridge’s more recent output, including the first adaptations for museum presentation of elements from The Head & The Load, which premiered at the Tate Modern, London, in the summer of […]

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Stephen Hobbs’ Embodiment and Transmission of the City’s Experience

The experience of the city is personal, as such artists often choose to depict their vision of a city, a dystopian or utopian projection of the space as they see it. Yet Stephen Hobbs of the Trinity Sessions is experienced in inner city art projects that work on urban rejuvenation harnessing the skills of underprivileged […]

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A Cape Town Colleague’s Visit to the Golden City

David Krut Projects Cape Town can get icy in winter. We had our annual break for the first two weeks of July, right after The Deer Little Market and I spent the holiday in my home town, Johannesburg. I felt like a very at-home foreigner. There’s so much going on in this golden city, in […]

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Trinity Session and Hobbs/Neustetter celebrate 10 years of collaboration

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 […]

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