Posts tagged Senzo Shabangu

Senzo Shabangu: Endless Journey ...

‘Senzo Shabangu: Endless Journey’ is an archive showcase prints created by Senzo Shabangu during his time working with David Krut Projects between 2010 and 2015.  Shabangu began exploring urban living and human nature through monotypes at the David Krut Workshop (DKW) in 2010. In 2011, he moved on to making linocuts at DKW Arts on Main […]

Upcoming Exhibition at David Kru...

CARVED RELIEF PRINT GROUP EXHIBITION 5 February to 6 March 2015 | Opening at 18:00 on Thursday 5 February David Krut Projects 142 Jan Smuts Avenue, Parkwood David Krut Projects Johannesburg (DKP) is pleased to announce Carved, a group exhibition of woodcut and linocut relief prints made in the David Krut Print Workshop (DKW) at […]

Senzo Shabangu working on new mo...

The past week Senzo Shabangu has been working on a new series of multi-coloured monotypes at the DKW (Parkwood). The new work’s theme was inspired by time he recently spent at the Biennial in Kampala, Uganda. Last week Shabangu started with preparation for the new work by creating multicoloured backgrounds (using ochre yellow, red and […]

Senzo Shabangu and Sipho Dwala a...

Senzo Shabangu and Sipho Dwala will be working at the David Krut Workshop, Parkwood this week. Shabangu will be mentoring South African artist, Sipho Dwala (1985) in linocut and monotype printmaking-processes. Dwala, who currently resides in Alexandra, studied Fine Arts at the University of Johannesburg (2009) and Digital Art at Wits University (2012). Under the […]

Senzo Shabangu new works from th...

Senzo Shabangu’s latest work is influenced by his take on the recent political turbulence surrounding the 2014 elections. His depiction of a ravenous dog, muzzled, standing over the city, over parliament, fighting with another dog, all relate to his view on politicians and the civilians of the city and what they are really fighting for, […]

Senzo Shabangu and MMYFM

Senzo Shabangu and MMYFM

Senzo Shabangu was intrigued by visual art from a young age and always loved to draw.  However, growing up in the small village of Driefontein, Mpumalanga – where there were no libraries or museums to showcase or offer information about the arts – it was only when he arrived in Johannesburg seven years ago and […]

Senzo Shabangu: New Linocuts in ...

Senzo Shabangu has been working with DKW Intern Samantha McCulloch to edition one of his new linocuts From the city of Gold ll, an image which features one of JOhannesburg’s quintessential taxis against a lush background of gold. Images of this work can be seen below. These new linocuts, along with monotypes created in the […]

Senzo Shabangu at David Krut Pri...

Senzo Shabangu has been working at David Krut Print Workshop, Parkwood, on a series of new monotypes with hand painting. These new works, along with new linocuts created for the Transference exhibiton at the Johannesburg Art Gallery, will be exhibited at Arts on Main during August 2012, following new editions by Sean Slemon. These works […]

Senzo Shabangu – Transfere...

Transference features the work of Senzo Shabangu and Vumelani Sibeko. Transference explores new artistic interpretation of the cosmopolitan trade of trolley pushers that has become a new phenomenon of business in the inner city of Johannesburg. Using the medium of printmaking, painting and a sculptural installation, their work connects in conversation about the dynamics of […]

New Prints by Senzo Shabangu

Senzo Shabangu starts off 2012 with fresh lino plates that he carved during the December break, in his home town in Mpumalanga. He is currently back at the Jan Smuts workshop proofing these images in preparation for his much anticipated show at Johannesburg Art Gallery in February. The exhibition, titled Transference: Jozi Trolley Drivers, will […]

David Krut Projects at the 2011 ...

Julian Opie, Mirjam, 2011 Come and join us at the 2011 Food, Wine and Design Fair 25 – 27 November, Hyde Park, Booth #4 Art and design have always had an uneasy relationship in the view of many observers when, in reality, these two fields should be seen as two different approaches to creativity and expression. […]

Senzo Shabangu’s exhibitio...

Senzo Shabangu’s solo exhibition Naked Pressure has been extended for another week. The exhibition is located in the David Krut Workshop Gallery in Parkwood. For more information click here.    

IDUBUKELE – The Communal F...

Senzo Shabangu and Vumelani Sebeko will be the featured exhibiting artists in the event Idubukele at Ko’Spotong in Newtown today. The performance and installation exhibition is a part of this year’s Arts Alive Festival in Johannesburg. Shabangu’s exhibition Naked Pressure will be up at David Krut Workshop Gallery in Parkwood until mid-September.

Artist Talk by Senzo Shabangu &#...

Following the success of the opening of Naked Pressure, artist and printmaker Senzo Shabangu will be conducting a walk-about at the David Krut Workshop Gallery in Parkwood. Shabangu will be speaking about the processes and ideas behind his art and will welcome any questions about the work. Please join us at 12 noon on Saturday […]

SENZO SHABANGU recalls his first...

Ever since Senzo started working in residence at DKW this year, we have enjoyed watching his talent develop and blossom. In a conversation, not so long ago, he recalled his very first experience as an artist when he was only in standard 4. His school in Mpumalanga did not offer art as a subject and […]

The Naked Pressure of City Life

by Senzo Shabangu “This is one of the dangerous places – if you don’t follow what you want and belive, if you don’t become unique amongst the the masses, if you are scared to say things the way you see them as a human being, and if you follow the crowd then the city will […]