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This July at David Krut Projects

This July at David Krut Projects

David Krut Podcast | Paul Senyol Makers
Exhibition running until 14 July 2019
142A Jan Smuts Ave, Parkwood

“Take a listen to the latest episode of the David Krut Podcast featuring Paul Senyol on his current showcase Markers. In this episode, Britt Lawton from the David Krut Gallery sat down to speak to self-taught artist Paul Senyol the day of his opening for Markers – a solo showcase done in collaboration with David Krut Projects, Paul Senyol and his representing gallery Salon91, Cape Town.”

David Krut Projects | New exhibition
Body Parts by Stephen Hobbs
Exhibition opens 20 July 2019, 11am
142A Jan Smuts Ave, Parkwood

“Inspired by bad building conditions, hospital trauma, and the theatre of war. Hobbs re-orientates his approach to sculpture, printmaking, video and installation in service of a gnawing uncertainty about the future of ‘things’. Body Parts opens on Saturday 20 July 2019 at 11am at 142 Jan Smuts Avenue Parkwood and runs parallel to his debut theatre piece Height, Weight and Age, opening at POPArt Theater in the late July. More information coming soon…”

David Krut Bookstore and Naledi Publishing
Book Launch | 25 July, 6pm
The Blue House
151 Jan Smuts Ave, Parkwood

Word Art at 151 is pleased to invite you to the launch of Vandag is boordenvol – a translation of Pablo Neruda’s poetry into Afrikaans by author De Waal Venter.
Join us for this special event, which will include readings by Jose Domingos and Grethe Fox; discussion led by Francois Venter.

David Krut Projects | INSTRUCTION Performances by Joao Orecchia
Artworks available at The Blue House | 151 Jan Smuts Ave, Parkwood

“‘INSTRUCTION by Joao Orecchia showcased the artists first body of prints created in collaboration with the David Krut Workshop, these were accompanied by musical performances, video and sound installations. The opening night saw Orecchia perform as the conductor of his experimental video scores to a group of guest musicians. Have a look at the videos of the performances in the gallery space whereby the musicians responded to a video projection of Orecchia’s scores. The scores are always the same, however, the response and performance by the musicians may vary with each performance.”

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