The creation of social media accounts based on fictional models raises pointed questions about race, representation and commodification.
The democratic transition in 1994 was the result of an ‘elite pact’ that changed the country’s politics, but did little to undermine the foundations of white economic power.
Book sheds new light on the evolution of the economic policy of the African National Congress, South Africa’s governing party.
It is not hard to see the roots of 20th century apartheid policies in the legacy of the British settlers.
Acknowledging the source of the images would amplify rather than diminish the power of Hank Willis Thomas’s political art.