David Krut Bookstore is persistently renewing its’ stock with exciting and rare publications. We look to support independent publishers and have a keen eye for obscure, eccentric books. Here is a look at a few of our latest arrivals. You can purchase any of these texts from our bookstores at Arts on Main and THE
The David Krut Bookstore, in collaboration with Jonathan Ball Publishers, is pleased to launch ‘The World According to Roger Ballen’ and host a discussion between Roger Ballen and journalist Tymon Smith at 19h30 on Thursday, 19 March 2020, at the Rabbi Cyril Harris Community Centre (RCHCC) – cnr Glenhove Road & 4th Street, Houghton.
Join us on Saturday 22 February 2020 for a talk with Alena Georgobiani, titled ‘Russian Artists – African Impressions. Beyond Curiosity’ at 11:30 at the David Krut Bookstore & Gallery – THE BLUE HOUSE – 151 Jan Smuts Avenue, Parkwood.
In this episode, Britt Lawton sat down with renowned political journalist and author John Matisonn to discuss the topics covered in his latest book ‘Cyril’s Choices.’ Lessons from 25 Years of Freedom in South Africa. CHAPTERS: 01:15 – Overview of ‘God, Spies & Lies from 2015’ and ‘Cyril’s Choices, 2019’ 02:35 – “We’re letting China
David Krut Bookstore was pleased to host the launch of John Matisonn’s new book ‘Cyril’s Choices’ at THE BLUE HOUSE – 151 Jan Smuts Avenue, Parkwood – on the 28th of january 2020. Congratulations to John Matisonn on the successful launch of this self-published title ‘Cyril’s Choices’ – following on from his book ‘God, Spies & Lies, 2015.’
Join us at THE BLUE HOUSE – 151 Jan Smuts Avenue – on Saturday 8 February 2020, 11 AM for an exclusive opportunity to listen to Wits University professor Dr Karim Sadr share an overview on archaeological theories, methods and practice. Dr Sadr will be using ARCHAEOLOGY: THEORIES, METHODS AND PRACTICE by Colin Renfrew and
Join us at THE BLUE HOUSE on Tuesday the 28th of January at 6 PM for the launch of John Matisonn’s new book ‘Cyril’s Choices’ published January 2020. Following the launch of his 2015 book ‘God, Spies and Lies: Finding South Africa’s Future Through Its Past,’ Matisonn now delves into ‘Lessons from 25 Years of
A TALK BY ALASTAIR FINDLAY In a brief survey of the history of watercolour in Europe, America and South Africa, Alastair Findlay will be sharing his interest and appreciation of this versatile medium. The talk will be illustrated with examples of work by a wide range of artists, by way of demonstrating its multiple applications.
Join us on Saturday 3 August at 11 AM at THE BLUE HOUSE, 151 Jan Smuts Avenue, Parkwood to hear self-proclaimed Russian Art Nerd Alena Georgobiani .