Free South Africa (set of 3), 1985
Lithograph. Pencil signed, dated and numbered, from an edition of 60.
Each: 32 x 40 inches (81.3 x 101.6 cm.)
This is a matched number set of three artworks.
Free South Africa #1: 32 x 40 in.
Free South Africa #2: 32 x 40 in.
Free South Africa #3: 40 x 32 in.
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Keith Haring was as well-known for his artwork as he was for his political and social activism, and this piece brings those two together. The pieces take a very clear perspective, making a powerful statement about the relationship between black and white people in South Africa during the years of apartheid. The works progress in a way that begins by showing the stranglehold that the white minority in the country had over its power centers, and an eventual reversal of fortunes, represented by the large black figure stomping out the inequality.