Matthew Hindley

Collaboration History

In 2015, David Krut Projects (DKP) Cape Town exhibited a series of watercolour paintings by Matthew  Hindley, which were produced to illustrate The Five Magic Pebbles & other stories by Don Mattera. This exhibition travelled to DKP Johannesburg in February 2016.

At the same time, Hindley collaborated with David Krut Workshop (DKW), creating a series of drypoints and watercolour monotypes. He returned in June 2016 to make a series of copper plate drypoints. Later that year, Hindley’s drypoints featured on a DKP exhibition of small works, Inch x Inchand prints of his were featured on the DKP stall at the Joburg Art Fair 2016.

In 2018, his second solo exhibition at DKP Johannesburg opened under the name Survey of Risk, including the print series Ruin Lust.

Hindley has also been part of various group exhibitions at DKP.



Matthew Hindley is a South African artist born in Cape Town 1974, who lives and works in Cape Town. After graduating with the Michaelis Prize from the Michaelis School of Fine Art, Cape Town, in 2002, Hindley has explored sculpture, drawing, video and physical computing and more recently has focused on painting.

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