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  • Compendium of Taxi Art Books Educational Supplements

    R280

    This Compendium brings together all thirteen supplements from the TAXI Art Books series on contemporary South African artists. Each chapter contains an introduction to the artist, worksheets and conceptual and practical projects, fact files, glossaries and bibliography. Learners and teachers are encouraged to draw on thier own resources of imagination and experience and, through discussion, collaboration and reflection, understand the artist’s work and try a variety of art-making exercises. The Compendium includes valuable material on how to conduct research, write art essays, avoid plagiarism, keep a visual diary and do art presentations.

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    Conrad Botes: Cain and Abel

    R80

    Conrad Botes’ exhibition, titled ‘Cain and Abel’, is a reflection on the origins of violence, a return to the very first tale of murder as related in the Bible and Qu’ran, as if to grapple with the notion of aggression itself. The story was translated into a gritty black and white comic published in Bitterkomix…

  • Constructure: 100 years of the JAG building and its evolution of space and meaning

    R700

    100 years of the JAG building and its evolution of space and meaning: Setting out to tell the story of a building that has stood for a hundred years is a complex undertaking, as ultimately that narrative does not exist in the singular.

  • Contact Zones # 8 – Invisible

    R200

    Invisible is a Kenyan story made up of many tales. Although the issue of sexual orientation and gender identity is a very controversial topic in Kenya, the queer community has recently struggled to make itself more visible.

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    Craft South Africa

    R265

    Craft South Africa is a celebration of South Africa’s extraordinary wealth of handmade objects and the people who craft them. From elegant traditional water-storage pots made in rural areas to sophisticated silver jewellery fashioned in urban studios, from headdresses that have adorned Zulu maidens for over a century to contemporary tapestries that explore new materials…

  • Critical Interventions: Journal of African Art History and Visual Culture

    R150

    Critical Interventions is a peer-reviewed journal of advanced research and writing on African art history and visual culture. Our mission is to provide a forum for cutting-edge scholarship in African art history and for sustained analysis of issues of urgent concern for the discipline that foregrounds both the history of Africa’s modernity and the historiography of African Art History.

  • Deborah Bell Invocations to the Plate: Notes from the Print Workshop 2014-2017

    R250

    David Krut Publishing is pleased to announce the release of

    Deborah Bell: Invocations to the Plate Notes from the Print Workshop 2014 – 2017,

    a publication dedicated to the collaborations between Deborah Bell and David Krut Workshop.

  • Deborah Bell’s Alchemy

    R150

    Deborah Bell’s Alchemy was launched to coincide with Deborah Bell’s second solo exhibition at David Krut Projects, Collaborations II, which opened in 2010.

    The catalogue tracks the evolution of Bell’s art over the last ten years of collaboration with David Krut Workshop (DKW). The text was taken from a series of conversations between Bell and David Krut.

  • Deborah Poynton – Pictures

    R500

    Pictures is Poynton’s 6th solo exhibition with Stevenson and this monograph is an exploration of all her works from 2008/9 through 2013.

  • Ditema: Some Decorated Sotho Buildings

    The Sotho tradition of decorating the outside of their houses with painted and engraved patterns and pebbles set into plaster is fast disappearing. Less well-known than the Ndebele mural art, it is a particularly beautiful form of vernacular architectural decoration. Some examples of this traditional art form are featured here, as well as a number of examples of later Sotho mural art

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    Drawing the Passing

    Exploring the space between the personal and the political, the work of William Kentridge has since the 1970s investigated the diseased, amnesiac consciousness of late and post-apartheid South Africa. Kentridge has received international acclaim for his animated films, drawings and theatre work. In his ‘stone-age filmmaking’ technique, Kentridge films his charcoal drawings as the mutate…

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    Dumile Feni: The Story of a Great Artist

    R400

    The first of three volumes, this account chronicles the story of one of South Africa’s greatest artists, Dumile Feni. Detailing Feni’s life from his birth in 1942 through his departure from South Africa in 1968, this beautifully illustrated work ,with hundreds of Feni’s artworks and photographs, offers a riveting account of a struggling artist’s life…

  • El Anatsui 2006 (Catalogue)

    R150

      This book was published on the occasion of an exhibition of new work by El Anatsui at David Krut Projects, New York. The book features the artist’s work and an interview. El Antsui’s extraordinary, large-scale “cloths” made from metal bottle tops and recycled materials have found their way into several major collections in Europe…

  • Explore! Awesome South African Artists

    R200

    Let children jump into the lively and flourishing local art scene, see it in full colour, learn about the diverse paths of the artists and their fascinating artworks. In time your little wonder will soon have found their own South African art hero to look up to!

  • Fire Walker

    R500

    Far more than being about a single artwork, this book participates in the myriad conversations and debates on the meaning of public art. The essays prise open critical questions about public space in Johannesburg; Oliver Barstow’s interviews with the various collaborators on the sculpture reveal the complexities and challenges of creating such a massive work in so short a time; and the images by John Hodgkiss of the making of the sculpture, alongside two photo essays suggest the metaphorical power of Fire Walker as well as the fragile hold of street vendors over their small share of city space.

  • Foam Along the Waterline: Works by Virginia MacKenny

    R200

    Foam Along the Waterline is a catalogue published to accompany Virginia MacKenny’s solo exhibition of paintings and etchings at the University of Cape Town Irma Stern Museum in September/October 2008.