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ART | ARTISTS | BOOKS | POETRY David Krut Projects is an alternative arts institution dedicated to encouraging an awareness of and careers in the arts and related literature and media, and to promoting contemporary culture in a dynamic, collaborative environment. In Johannesburg, we have exhibition project spaces and an adjacent bookstore located at 151 Jan Smuts Avenue; Arts on Main, the major arts hub adjacent to downtown Johannesburg; and the Montebello Design Centre in Newlands, Cape Tow ...
 
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Ame Bell and Britt Lawton from the David Krut Gallery team visited artist Heidi Fourie at her studio in Pretoria to view her latest paintings and catch up on the exciting things to come.In this episode of the David Krut Podcast, Pretoria based painter Heidi Fourie speaks to Britt Lawton about her artistic practice, her process of painting, the infl…
 
In this episode, Lesotho based artist Patrick Rorke spoke to Britt Lawton about his career in the arts; his involvement in arts education programs in Morija; collaborating with the team at the David Krut Workshop; his short term residency in Johannesburg; his artwork at the Constitutional Court, the importance of communication and story telling & w…
 
In this episode of the David Krut podcast, Annabel Williams sits down with South African actress, Grethe Fox to talk about her acting career. Fox takes us through what it means to be a stage and film actress - how to prep for a role and the kind of hard work the industry requires; ultimately revealing the incomparable creative rewards.Grethe Fox is…
 
In this episode, David Krut chatted to Bernard Stiglingh – a nature and art lover who visited our location at THE BLUE HOUSE in Parkwood Johannesburg. Bernard has been working as a safari guide at two different private concessions inside the Kruger National Park for the last seven years. Whenever he can, he loves to explore remote and wild areas of…
 
In this episode, we hear from artist and illustrator Zhi Zulu on her silkscreen edition titled 'Bridge over troubled giraffe (2020).' Zulu created this silkscreen print during her second collaboration with the David Krut Workshop (DKW) this year (2020), and the work was presented for the first time at the Turbine Art Fair. 'Bridge Over Troubled Gir…
 
Season 4! We had to kick off our newest season talking about ONE of the biggest and best shows of the year; THE BOYS. Joining us in this joyous reunion is friend and fan of our show, Super Duper Kyle. Kyle gives us an update on just how he spent his quarantine time, gives us a first hand account as to how exactly an artist releases an album during …
 
In this special edition episode of the David Krut Podcast, Britt Lawton sat down with SAMSON MULUGETA - writer, editor, filmmaker, entrepreneur and dancer based in Johannesburg, South Africa. Samson's event company 'Rooftop Salsa' will be launching once again at Arts on Main, tomorrow 24 September for Heritage day in South Africa 2020. Heritage Day…
 
In this episode, Britt Lawton speaks to artist and printer from the David Krut Workshop, Roxy Kaczmarek. Listening Time: 25 minutesRoxy gives us insight into her journey in the arts, shares her experiences from working in various printmaking workshops, her inspiration from nature and environmental surroundings, working in her home studio, upcoming …
 
In this episode, Britt Lawton gets to know artist Claire Zinn, whose new artwork - 'To Live with Caution Not With Fear' - provides some suitable words to live by in our post COVID world. Claire Zinn is an oil painter and printmaker living in Johannesburg, South Africa. Her artworks are inspired by the natural world and the entanglement of images, i…
 
In this episode, Britt Lawton catches up with artist/ photographer Lebo Thoka on the progression of her career since her first solo exhibition – “It is well: Ode to Karabo” – in 2018. She explains the inspiration and influence of her newest photography series ‘Seeds of the Dirt’ – currently on show on David Krut Projects’ Artsy page. Lebo also shar…
 
In 2017, David Krut Projects and the Goodman Gallery hosted an intimate talk between Mikhael Subotzky and Master Printer Phil Sanders. This conversation was moderated by associate professor and author Bronwyn Law Viljoen. This talk took place in 2017 at Arts on Main, Maboneng, Johannesburg and focused on their printmaking collaboration at the David…
 
We're back! With an unreliable timeline we push through and bring you an episode that lets us dive deep to discuss and rank our Top 5 films from one of the most prolific and iconic actors that we've grown up with and continue to enjoy his work; Denzel Washington. From Spike Lee Joints to Ridley & Tony Scott epic action films, we break down what mak…
 
In this episode of TATE Tuesday, gather the kids for story time as Jacqueline Flint reads Three Little Owls, published by Tate Publishing. Three Little Owls is a charming rhyming story by the Italian artist Emanuele Luzzati, and presented here in an English version by John Yeoman and with gorgeous new illustrations by Quentin Blake. Emanuele Luzzat…
 
David Krut Projects and Jonathan Ball Publishers brings you a conversation between artist/photographer Roger Ballen and freelance journalist Tymon Smith hosted on Instagram LIVE on April 22, 2020. This was day 25 of #Lockdown in Johannesburg South Africa owing to the global pandemic of COVID-19.The two spoke about Roger's biographical history, the …
 
In this episode, Britt Lawton gets to know Stian Deetlefs in light of his first solo exhibition with David Krut Projects titled ‘Fragments of our Identity’ – which opened online in partnership with Artsy, 10 April 2020. In this podcast, Stian elaborates on his discovery of the arts world; the influences he draws from to create his art; the material…
 
In this episode of TATE Tuesday, gather the kids for story time as Jacqueline Flint reads The Mystery of the Missing Cake, written and illustrated by Claudia Boldt and published by Tate Publishing. When Harold is invited to a fancy dress birthday party, he and his friends come up with some fantastic outfits. But when the birthday boy’s cake is stol…
 
In this episode of TATE Tuesday, gather the kids for story time as Jacqueline Flint reads Inspector Brunswick: The Case of the Missing Eyebrow, written by Chris Lam Sam, illustrated by Angela Keoghan and published by Tate Publishing.The world’s greatest cat detective, Inspector Brunswick, and his loyal assistant, Nelson, have barely walked through …
 
In this David Krut Bookstore episode of the David krut Podcast, Annabel WIlliams introduces a new publication on Roger Ballen published by Thames & Hudson titled 'The World According to Roger Ballen." Here, we have extracted audio clips provided by Roger Ballen from various interviews and video clips relating to his publications. In light of the Na…
 
In this #DKW edition of the David Krut Podcast, Pebofatso Mokoena answers some questions about the art he made for his solo exhibition 'Internal Probes, 2020' as part of a Do-it-at-home kids workshop. In the workshop, Pebofatso Mokoena, Master Printer Jillian Ross and Printer Sarah Hunkin show you how to make your own flying spacecraft’s from home.…
 
Pebofatso Mokoena - Internal Probes: Reading a Body Listening Time | 10 minIn this podcast episode, David Krut Podcast host Britt Lawton spoke to Pebofatso Mokoena in a remote interview considering the early closure of his solo exhibition titled Internal Probes (Open 27 February 2020). The exhibition closed early in accordance with the national loc…
 
The quarantine can't stop us! We finally reconvene from our respective bunkers to bring you a new episode chock full of catching up, pandemic reflection, and just what we've been up to during the Safe-At-Home period here in our hometown of Los Angeles. Also we do delve into a topic or two; We ask the question if a new film being pushed to streaming…
 
In this episode of TATE Tuesday, gather the kids for story time as Annabel Williams and Jacqueline Flint take you through Jill & Dragon, written and illustrated by Lesley Barnes. A stunning debut from an award-winning illustrator, Jill and Dragon reminds us that everyone has a talent, however well hidden. ‘And they all lived happily ever after.’ At…
 
Gary Hirson: The Magic that’s Ours – Creativity, Imagination and Goal Setting | Listening Time: 28 Min In this episode of the David Krut Podcast, Gary Hirson is in conversation with host Britt Lawton about his self-published childrens books - The Magic That’s Ours, The Power that’s Ours and The Journey that’s ours – which highlight the importance o…
 
In this TATE Tuesday episode of the David Krut Podcast, we are getting into the Arts with TATE and our team from David Krut Projects. Episode producer Hagen Gersie joins Britt Lawton and Jacqueline Flint in a conversation about where to begin your education into the arts. They give a general overview on a few TATE books including How To Look At Art…
 
In this TATE Tuesday episode of the David Krut Podcast, Art Historian Ame Bell takes us through a little book about a big artist - William Blake Songs of Innocence and of Experience.This beautiful pocket-sized book, is internationally recognised as a masterpiece of English literature, and occupies a key position in the history of western art. This …
 
In this episode of TATE Tuesday, Prepare your kids for story time as Jacqueline Flint reads through 'The Big Little Thing' by Beatrice Alemagna. One summer’s day, the thing passed by…A beautiful new book exploring the wonderful way that happiness enters our lives and changes the way we look at the world.Beatrice Alemagna is an author and illustrato…
 
On the first ever TATE Tuesday, Resident writer Jacqueline Flint talks about the TATE Guide to Modern Art Terms in conversation with our intern Hagen Gersie. If you want to have a clue about what's happening arts-wise in the world, this book is indispensable. It's a must have for nearly everyone but listen to what Jacqueline has to say about it.Pro…
 
With a new Clown Prince of Crime added to cinema’s legacy, the boys finally get to discuss one of the biggest comic book releases of Fall 2019, Joker! In addition, they fawn and theorize over the latest Rise of Skywalker trailer, give their thoughts on Scorsese/Coppola comments regarding comic book films, and talk a bit about what they’ve been watc…
 
This episode is taken from a conversation hosted at David Krut Projects on 17 November 2019, in conjunction with the exhibition - William Kentridge: 27 Years of collaboration with David Krut. http://davidkrutprojects.com/exhibitions/52442/52442The panel discussion unpacked the most common questions that crop up around Kentridge’s printmaking – the …
 
In this podcast, we focus on the presence of birds in the work of William Kentridge. Here we present to you a collection of thoughts and writings about birds and the making of them, taken from publications on the artist’s work. Listening Time | 16 Minutes Extracts taken from:1. Interview with BLV, in Flute – p232. ‘I am the Bird Catcher’, essay by …
 
In this episode, Britt Lawton chats to Hagen Gersie about the significance of the MOMA catalogue and exhibition 'Impressions from South Africa, 1965 to Now.' - text by Judith B. Hecker. A unique and brief history of South African Art and politics is explored through the selection of works from the Museum of Modern Arts collection. Britt outlines th…
 
In this episode, we focus on the presence of rhinos in the work of William Kentridge. Here we present to you two related extracts about rhinos and the making of them, taken from publications on the artist’s work. Both of these extracts focus on work made around the time of William Kentridge’s production of Mozart’s The Magic Flute, in which the rhi…
 
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