Tremain, Garrick, 1941- :[Five original cartoons concerning apartheid. 1989-1992].

Date
1989 - 1992
By
Tremain, Garrick, 1941-
Ref
A-302-149/153
Description

1. 10 August 1989: Rugby player kicks kneeling black.

2. 28 August 1990: "Start dismantling it from the bottom Mister, and won't it come down on you?" [De Klerk starts demolishing the edifice of Apartheid].

3. 26 October 1991 :[Black man carries the bags for the 1992 Springbok cricket tour].

4. 19 March 1992: Just married [Black and White South Africa wedding car, seen off by a smiling archbishop, probably Desmond Tutu].

5. 20 March 1992: Bandwagon; new anti-apartheid platitudes in a can [Jim Bolger considers buying some].

Quantity: 5 drawing(s).

Physical Description: Ink on paper, 210 x 300 mm.

Provenance: Donated by the artist in 1996.

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Format
5 drawing(s), Works of art, Ink drawings, Caricatures, Cartoons (Commentary), Ink on paper, 210 x 300 mm.
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Date: 1989 From: Tremain, Garrick, 1941- :[Five original cartoons concerning apartheid. 1989-1992]. Ref: A-302-149 Description: The cartoon shows a rugby player using a South African native to clean the sprigs on his rugby boots. Refers to South African sports teams and apartheid. Qu...