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Apartheid Racisme 1972 by Boris Bucan, featured in ‘The World Goes Pop’ exhibition at The Tate Modern.
The exhibition was an explosion of diversity. Pop Artists from around the globe – France, Czechoslovakia, Romania – emerged from the neon dots to form their own speech bubble: Pop Art you have never seen. Each room explored a different artist or element of pop art such as politics, the figure, and its relationship with crowds, the domestic space, folk art and consumerism.
Boris Bucan’s Apartheid Racisme comments on the Apartheid system of institutionalised racial segregation and discrimination in South Africa between 1948 and 1991.