From historic galleries to brand new artistic spaces, Jo’burg has always been home to a number of thriving artistic enclaves. Here are a few you should know.
Tag: David Krut Projects
This First Thursdays in Jozi we’re looking forward to exhibition openings, selfie art, print-making, and our very own night of light, Alight.
Wondering what to do this week? Here’s your guide to First Thursdays and other interesting creative events.
This week the Joburg creative guide is jam packed with art exhibition openings, creative talks, parties and more!
The name and person, David Krut, occupies a prominent position in the Johannesburg, and South African, art scene. Over the past 30 years, Krut has played a significant role in promoting contemporary South African art and artists through printmaking, art book publishing and education. We step inside the print workshop to learn a little more about where all the action takes place.
The group exhibition, The Benediction of Shade, opens at David Krut Projects in Cape Town this Saturday. The show features a large selection of artists who have engaged with the figure, idea or metaphor of the forest or the tree in different ways and through various media.
Faith47’s first local solo show Fragments of Burnt History opens in Johannesburg at David Krut Projects this evening.
The Long Wait is a new series of artworks by Faith47 created on the streets of Joburg as the first installment of her upcoming exhibition, Fragments of a Burnt History.
Belgrade-born, Joburg-based artist Maja Maljević opens her first solo show in Cape Town, Ex Nihilo, at David Krut Projects this Saturday.
We really enjoy these “Temori Dolls” conceptualised and made by Sanja Postic who is usually a digital designer but decided to make something off the computer for a change.
This Sunday it’s time for part 3 of the 12 month long Invisible Cities music and art festival run by Skeleton Crew in Joburg city. More info…
For something different, David Krut Projects (Parkwood) is hosting an experimental sound performance and installation over this week. Intermittent performances by musician João Orecchia and composer/musician Joseph Suchy have taken and will take place twice daily from Monday through Friday.