Documentary video of the artist explaining how Johannesburg and the Highveld affect his work; produced and directed by Beata Lipman of the Film Resource Unit,1994 and contains the full FELIX IN EXILE film.
IS IT an anthill or is it a penis, the uninitiated might inquire on first encountering COLBERT MASHILE’smystifying meditations on manhood, ritual and custom.
The David Krut team set out for the constitutional court in Braamfontein, Johannesburg. The team consisted of David Krut (publisher), Adele (graphic artist) Bronwyn (editor), Cara (publicist), Nicolette (copywriter) and Bazukile (junior writer).
The objective of the trip was to finalise the book cover and to strategies how to market the book Light on a hill: Building the Constitutional Court of South Africa which deals with the architectural aspects of the building and the story behind the design.
The latest African art catalogue from Michael Stevenson and Michael Graham-Stewart contains a pioneering essay on the acquisition of objects by European soldiers, missionaries and travelers, and the dramatic shift in the social significance of the object that occurs along with the shift in ownership.
David Krut Publishing invites you to the Cape Town launch of ‘Light on a Hill: Building the Constitutional Court of South Africa.’ The first Cape Town showing of a documentary film on the Court, will take place at the launch and Justice Albie Sachs and Bronwyn Law-Viljoen will be present to sign books.
Before coming across this sumptuously illustrated soft cover, I confess to never having heard of Dina Prinsloo, so this book was something of a delicious revelation for me.