David Krut Podcast | The Mystery of ‘Creative Intuition’ with Theresa Hardman |Listening Time 41 Min

The Mystery of ‘Creative Intuition’ with Theresa Hardman | Listening Time 41 min In this podcast episode, David Krut Podcast host Britt Lawton was in conversation with architect, artist, designer and creativity expert Theresa Hardman. Theresa shared her knowledge from research for her PhD thesis – Understanding Intuition in the Creative Process – completed at the […]

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Pebofatso Mokoena | Collaboration with David Krut Workshop | 2019-2020

Connections flourish when two or more worlds collide to create. For this latest collaboration Pebofatso Mokoena actively inserted himself into the bustling David Krut Workshop environment this way of working contrasts the privacy of his studio. He settled comfortably into the temporary studio space in the adjoining gallery to work intensively for his solo exhibition […]

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David Krut Projects is a proud supporter of the Creative Skills Factory

David Krut has been a funder and supporter of Creative Skills Factory since 2002. Creative Skills Factory is a small NPO in the Overberg region of South Africa working in Stanford and Masakhane (Gansbaai). The Creative Works project was founded in 2012 by Regina Broenner, a German qualified Occupational Therapist registered in South Africa, who offers after school workshops in the local community with the support of David Krut Projects and local community mothers. […]

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Arts On Main Gallery Hanging February 2020

Since 2002, the David Krut Workshop (DKW) has functioned as the epicentre for artistic collaborations under David Krut Project’s (DKP). DKW is located at Arts on Main in the invigorated Maboneng Precinct, Johannesburg and was one of the first spaces to opt into the Arts on Main initiative at its conception in 2010. This space […]

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Print of the month | February 2020 | William Kentridge | Pioneer Corps

William Kentridge | Linocuts 2019 Pioneer Corps and Muizenberg 1933 are two linocut plates created by William Kentridge which have been in storage at the David Krut Workshop workshop for some years. They were created by Kentridge while he was a student at WITS University in 1975. After the printing of small trial editions, Kentridge […]

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Mikhael Subotzky | Humorism (After Eliot and da Messina) | New Editions

Humorism (After Eliot and da Messina) marks Mikhael Subotzky’s first foray into printmaking. This series of eight prints, which combine a number of techniques, including photogravure, silkscreen, digital chine collé and monotype, continues Subotzky’s investigation into white masculine vulnerability. The series was created in concert with a new body of work, Massive Nerve Corpus, a […]

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