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IMAGES FROM SOUTH AFRICA COLLECTION

MsC 789

Collection Dates: 1980 --1988
Bulk Dates: 1985 --1986
1.5 linear ft.
plus 1 Oversize Box

Collection Guide

This document describes a Manuscript Collection held by the

Special Collections Department
University of Iowa Libraries
e-mail: lib-spec@uiowa.edu

Guide Contents

Administrative Information

Biographical and Historical Information

Scope and Contents of the Collection

Related Materials

Acquisition and Processing Information

Box Contents List


Administrative Information

Access and Restrictions: This collection is open for research.

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Historical Note

The correspondence art exhibit Images from South Africa was first shown at the Media Gallery in San Francisco from April 18th - May 10th 1986 and was subsequently exhibited in various forms by galleries in the United States between 1986 and 1988. Approximately 250 artists from 33 countries participated in the exhibit. Its curators, Stephen Perkins, Bill Washburn, and Nathan Yrizarry issued the following statement concerning the exhibit: "Images from South Africa was initiated in response to the South African government's imposition of the 'state of emergency' in 1986, and more significantly to the banning of media images from the areas under the state of emergency. Since few or no images were coming out of these areas at this time, we conceived the show as a way of breaking this blockage of images and as a gesture of cultural solidarity with the peoples of South Africa fighting the apartheid regime. Events since that time have only served to confirm the thrust of the show."


Scope and Contents

The Images from South Africa collection consists of 1.5 linear feet and 1 oversize box of artwork and miscellanenous documentation concerning apartheid in South Africa and/or the various installations of the Images from South Africa exhibit. The names of artists, who contributed to the exhibit, are listed in alphabetical order. Their country of origin, and the titles, dates, and medium of their work are provided when known. Several artworks originally shown in this exhibit are now located in the Artifacts of the Eternal Network Collection. These works are noted.

Photographs: boxes 2, 3, and 4


Related Materials

Images from South Africa is a part of the Alternative Traditions in the Contemporary Arts Collection.


Acquisition and Processing Information

This collection was given to the University of Iowa Libraries by Stephen Perkins in 1997.

Guide posted to Internet: March 2005

D. Crites 2005


Box Contents List

Box 1

Miscellaneous material related to the Exhibit

Statements about the exhibit accompanied by a copy of its press releases and several photocopied images from the exhibit

Booklet on the exhibit

Letter from Stephen Perkins to the United Nations Special Comittee on Apartheid inquiring about a proposed Museum Against Apartheid

Letter from Volker Hamann (Anthroat) to Stephen Perkins concerning the exihibition and mailart artists in South Africa.

Flyers for related exhibits and projects

2 books of poetry about Apartheid

Publicity for the exhibit

Journal and newspaper articles concerning Apartheid (Note: several oversize newspaper articles in box 4)

Works from Exhibit

* indicates works not actually used in exhibition

A.1. Waste Paper Co. Ltd. England. Racism, 1986, Photomontage. Note: this work is located in the Artifacts of the Eternal Network Collection

Aaboe, Ruth. England. Born in South Africa, 1986, Photocopy.

Abeyta, Mike. USA. Untitled, no date, photograph.

Akanojo, Theophillis. Ghana. Untitled, 1986, postcard.

Alleluia, Dominic. USA. Untitled, 1986, postcard.

Anderson, Gretchen. USA. Untitled, no date, collage and tempera on paper.

Anelli, Salvatori. Italy. Racismo, Memory, and Untitled, no date, photocopy collages.

Annie. USA. Africa Wakes, 1986, postcard.

Anonymous. I Love Apartheid, 1985, printed on paper; 2 stickers, no date; Untitled, 1986, color photocopy collage, 3 collages on paper, no date; photocopy of statement about the use of tax dollars for weapons instead of humanitarian aid, no date; photocopy of the cover of The Economist, June 21 - 27, 1986; photocopy of statements addressed to? Mr. Nobosuke Tagomi from Philip K. Dick's "The Man in the High Castle," no date; Text on paper (A Crap Art for Communism Production), 1986.

Araujo, Avelino de. Brazil. Envelope and newspaper clipping, 1986; I Love Apartheid, no date, serigraph. Note: this work is located in the Artifacts of the Eternal Network Collection

Art Against Apartheid. USA. 3 untitled postcards, 1986.

Art Missionary. USA. Untitled, no date, collage on cardboard.

Art Naphro. England. Quest for Paradise, 1986, altered newspaper clipping.

Artfoot 86. USA. Envelope, 1986.

Atelier. Austria. Untitled, no date, collage postcard.

Baccelli, Vittorio. Untitled, 1986, postcard.*

Balazs, Kovacs. Hungary. Untitled, no date, postcard.

Balst, Maureen. USA. Ebony and Ivory Living Together in Harmony. Paul and Stevie, no date, collage postcard.

Barbot, Claudine. USA. Untitled, no date, collage envelope.

Barbot, Gerard. USA. Champions of Liberty, 1986, collage on cardboard with enevelope.

Baroni, Vittore. Italy. Untitled, no date, collage postcard.

Basso, Umberto. Italy. South Africa, 1986, marker and acrylic? on four postcards taped together.

Bates, Keith. England. Untitled, 1986, collage on paper.

Beier, Jorg. West Germany. Untitled, no date, collage on cardboard.

Bell, Ginette. USA. Fear a Hole in the Path, a Path with Unknown End, 1985, print on paper; Mme a Part-Hide, 1986, photocopy. (Note: additional works by this artist in box 4)

Berkeley Office. USA. No Business, 1986, altered page from History of the United States; Black Face on Ron, 1986, altered newspaper clipping.

Black, Byron. Thailand. No Way Out, no date, rubber stamp imprint and ink on paper.

Boever, Jan de. Belgium. Untitled, no date, postcard.

Bonagura, Joan. USA. Untitled, 1986, ink on paper.

Books, Cheryl Kay. USA. Die Stem Van Suid-Afrika (The Call of South Africa), 1986, postcard.

Borner, Gerd. West Germany. Image from South Africa, no date, collage on cardboard.

Borowik, Grazyna. Poland. Haley at Home, no date, collage on cardboard.

Branco, Joaquim. Brazil. South Africa, no date, postcard.

Bruscky, Paulo. Brazil. Self-Portrait, no date, photocopy and envelope.

Bryan, Linda Louise. England. Untitled, 1986, colored pencil and ink on paper.

Bushmiller, Edgar Allen. USA. The White Folks Think Back, no date, photocopy.

Canstin, Monty. Holland. Anonymity of Violence, 1986, postcard.

Caraballo, Jorge. Uruguay. Sud Africa Vencera, 1986, photocopy collage; Sud Africa Vencera, 1986, photocopy collage.

Cavellini. Italy. sticker, no date.

Cekolj, Marijan. Yugoslavia. Black and White, no date, print on paper; United Form, no date, print on paper; Untitled, 1986, collage on paper.

Chaurit, Pablo. Spain. Homenaje a la Amistad, no date, collage on cardboard.

Colonna, Gaetano. Italy. Liberta-Liberte-Libertad!!, no date, postcard.

Craven, Richard. APart/ratHATE, 1986, Ink on paper. Note: this work is located in the Artifacts of the Eternal Network Collection

Crowe, Mary Ann. USA. Dangerous Precedents, 1986, ink on paper.

Collet, Michel. France. Untitled, 1986, watercolor postcard.

Commare, G. Italy. Populum In Libertatem Vocare, 1986, postcard; Is a Smile Appreciated?, 1986, postcard.

Box 2

Da Riz, Marisa. Italy. Peace, 1986, photocopy.

Dadata. USA. The World Is Yours, no date, photocopy.

Daligand, Daniel. France. 2 untitled photcopy collages, no date; Untitled, no date, collage on paper; Untitled, no date, collage on cardboard.

De Sousa, Ernesto. Portugal. Untitled, 1985/86, postcard; Untitled, no date, postcard.

Debechi, Lizzie. England. The Natives of the Rand Keep on the Gold Standard, no date, collage on cardboard.

Delagado. USA. Help Us with Food. . . and Freedom?, 1986, postcard.

Dicey, Mark. Canada. Untitled, 1986, collage on cardboard; Untitled, 1986, Rubber stamp imprint, photocopy and ink on paper. Note: this work is located in the Artifacts of the Eternal Network Collection

Diotallevl, Marcello. Italy. Untitled, 1986, print on paper.

Dodge, Jean. USA. A Question of Black and White, 1986, postcard.

Dot's Dovan-W. USA. Untitled, 1986, postcard.

El Henson, Bernard. USA. Uprising, no date, poem on paper; USA USA, 1979, poem on paper with 1986 appendage; Images of South Africa, 1986, poem on paper; Untitled, 1986, poem on paper.

Elbrecht, Werner. West Germany. Untitled, no date, collage postcard.

Epistolary Stud Farm. USA. Don't Mess with My Bishop Desmond Tutu, no date, photocopy; 'You Do not Grieve Alone,' no date, photocopy.

Esting, Poul. Denmark. And I Say We Will Be There Tomorrow!, 1986, collage postcard.

Evans, James. USA. Untitled, 1986, collage postcard.

Fabulous, Mr. USA. 2 untitled postcards, 1986.

Fallico, Artura G. USA. Untitled, no date, print and ink on paper.

Farrow, Al. USA. Postcard of African Man No. 1, 1984.

Feeny, Bill. USA. Untitled, no date, altered tourist brochure clipping.

Fierens, Luc. Belgium. Free, Free, Set Them Free, no date, collage on cardboard.

Finch, Emma. England. Untitled, no date, ink, crayon, and tempera on paper.

Fish, Pat. USA. Untitled, no date, collage on cardboard.

Fox, Henry. USA. Untitled, 1986, collage postcard; Kunst Post Tampa, Images of South Africa Issue, 1986, printed mail art stamps.

Fraj, Al. Poland. Untitled, no date, postcard.

Francois, Charles. Belgium. Untitled, 1986, altered poster for exhibit.

Frangione, Nicole. Italy. Untitled, no date, collage on paper.

Fricker, H. R. Switzerland. 2 "South Africa" mail art stamp sheets and envelope, no date; Untitled, 1986, postcard.

Fukui, Tetsuya. Japan. Untitled, no date, videophoto on postcard.

Gasparro, Giuseppe. Italy. Untitled, 1986, postcard.

Geluwe, Johan van. / Nelson Mandela: Leader of the Nation, 1986, Photomontage and rubber stamp imprints on graph paper. Note: this work is located in the Artifacts of the Eternal Network Collection

Giersch. East Germany. Untitled, 1986, postcard.

Goes, Walter G. East Germany. Sudafrika, 1986, postcard; Untitled, no date, postcard.

Grant, Will. USA. Untitled, 1986, altered postcard for exhibit.

Hamill, T. USA. World's Behind Bars, 1986, collage postcard.

Hawkins, Paul. USA. How Many Will die For How Long?, 1986, photocopy collage with envelope.

Hensen, Phyllis. USA. Untitled, 1986, postcard.

Heyward, Carl. USA. Untitled, 1986, fragment from a box of raisins from South Africa.

Hill, Grag. USA. Untitled, no date, photocopy collage.

Hinchcliffe, Ian. England. Untitled, 1986, ink on paper.

Horobin, Pete. USA. Photograph of Black Township, Orange Free State, 1972.

Humeres, Paula. Untitled, 1986, Assemblage on postcard. Note: this work is located in the Artifacts of the Eternal Network Collection

Hunter, Rev. Color Blindness in South Africa, 1986, photocopy collage; Optical Illusion!, 1986, collage and ink on paper. Note: this work is located in the Artifacts of the Eternal Network Collection

Janssen, Ruud. Holland. Untitled, 1986, postcard; Untitled, 1986, ink on paper.

Jarvis, D. England. Test Card #3, 1986, photocopy collage and marker on paper; Suburban Capetwon, 1986, photocopy collage and marker on paper.

Jesch, Birger. West Germany. The Most of Powerful are Short Sighted, 1986, postcard.

Jung, Kim Il. West Germany. Untitled, 1986, altered South African two rand; Untitled, no date, altered photocopy of "The State of Emergency" list of people arrested in South Africa; Are You Prepared for a State of Emergency?, no date, photocopy; SA Is Not 'In Flames' Since Govt Declared State of Emergency, no date, photocopy; Untitled, 1985, photocopy.

Kano, Betty. USA. Untitled, 1986, postcard.

Kappis, Detlef. East Germany. Welcome in South Africa, no date, postcard; Help, 1986, ink and pencil on cardboard; My Best Friend is Botha in South Africa-Pinochet, 1986, postcard.

Kierspel, Jurgen. West Germany. South Africa-No Thankx, 1986, collage on paper.

Klancnik, Stane. Yugoslavia. How to Compose a Picture Called "Images from South Africa," 1986, collage on paper.

Klaus. Spain. Untitled, no date, postcard.

Kolaghesi, Salam. USA. "Nablos" Palestine, West Bank, no date, collage on paper.

Krasniewicz, Louise. USA. South Africa, 1985, collage postcard.

Kren, Kurt. USA. Untitled, 1986, photograph.

Kustermenn, Peter. West Germany. Untitled, no date, ink and pancil on paper.*

Lammers, G. S. USA. Crucifixion, S. African, 1985, colored pencil on paper evelope.

Laporte, Christian. France. 4 untitled collages on paper, no date.

Larson, Mike. USA. Untitled, 1986, collage postcard.

Lenoir, Pascal. France. La Couleur de la Nuit/The Night Color, no date, collage on paper.

Lepage, Jacques. France. La Liberte D'Opinion Est-Elle Mortelle?, no date, collage on cardboard.

Lime, Torbjorn. Sweden. Black is Beautiful, no date, collage on cardboard.

Liuzzi, Oronzo. Italy. 3 untitled postcards, 1986.

Lonidier, Fred. USA. Untitled, 1986, postcard.

Luigetti, Serse. Italy. Apartheid Is a Crime Protest Is Not, no date, collage on paper.

Box 3

Maggi, Ruggero. Italy. Stigma in My Mind, no date, ink and print on paper.

Magisch Theater Production. Belgium. Untitled, 1986, photograph on postard.

Malok. USA. Both Legs Can See, 1985, ink on cardboard; Organ of Departing Blase (Miekal And), 1985, ink on cardboard; Archon Anxiety, 1981, ink on paper.

Marian, Koguciuk. Poland. Untitled, 1986, acrylic on canvas.

Marson, Dominique. USA. 5 untitled ink and colored pencil drawings on paper, 1986.

Martin, Don. USA. Untitled, 1986, colored pencil on cardboard.

Marton, Koppany. Hungary. Untitled, no date, postcard.

Matthes, Karsten. West Germany. Freedom Now, 1986, postcard.

McLimans, D. Untitled, no date, postcard.*

Metallic Avau. Belgium. I Hate Black/White Pictures, no date postcard.

Michel, Madrange/ M. Nomized. France. 2 untitled postcards, 1986.

Miekal And. USA. Pain Is International, 1986, print on paper.

Miller, Juanita. USA. Untitled, no date, poem on paper.

Murakami, Kazunori. Japan. Untitled, no date, collage on paper.

Nakahara, Seiei Jack. Japan. No Mail Art, no date, collage postcard.

Nicholson, Paul. England. 2 untitled collages on paper, 1986.

Nobrega, Alexandre. Brazil. Untitled, 1986, collage postcard.

Nuk, Ona. West Germany. Source of Blood, 1986, photocopy with ink.

Ochoki, Margaret. Enland. What's Black and White and Red All Over?, 1986, collage postcard.

Oldham, Davis. USA. Why Did We Drop the Bomb?, no date, collage on carboard.

Pack, Tom. USA. Untitled, no date, collage postcard.

Padin, Clemente. Uruguauy. End Apartheid, 1986, booklet.

Parmova, Radana. Czechoslovakia. Habari Za Leo, no date, poem on paper on paper.*

Perkins, Stephen. USA. Untitled, 1986, altered page from Universal History-The Modern World; Untitled, no date, photocopy.

Pilcher, Barry Edgar. England. Snap!, no date, collage on cardboard.

Pirat, Blady. Greece. Untitled, no date, photocopy with ink.

Pittore, Carlo. Untitled, 1986, collage postcard.

Pryor, Sally. USA. Why Does Apartheid Continue?, 1986, postcard.

Punning, Mark. England. Untitled, 1985, collage postcard.

Putzer, Bart. USA. Untitled, 1985, collage on cardboard.

Rader, L.S. USA. 4 photographs.

Radio Free Dada. USA. Outh African Inventory, 1986, photocopy; Untitled, 1983, photocopy; Stop Apartheid Free the Zulus, no date, photocopy.

Rassias, Vlasis. Greece. We're All Black!!!. . . At Least Somtimes, no date, photocopy and marker on paper.

Rege, Barbara. Itlay. Liberte, Franternite, Egalite, no date, collage on paper. (Note: additional works by this artist in box 4)

Robinson, Eugene. USA. Both Worlds, no date, poem.

Robles, Laura. USA. A Great Deal of Injustice Is Done in this World, 1986, postcard.

Romeo Gablamez, Jesus. El Salvador. Untitled, no date, photocopy and marker on cardboard; Nuestra America Hoy, 1985, postcard; Solidaridad con el Pueblo de Sudafrica y del Tercer Mundo, no date, print on paper.

Rosamilia, Peppe. Italy. Paesaggio Fantastico, 1980, postcard.

Sakolsky, Michael. USA. Free Mandela, 1985, postcard.

Saragoza. USA. Untitled, 1986, colllage on paper.

Sarkisian, Robert Mark. USA. Aparthied, 1986, print on paper attached to cardboard.

Schlater, Michael. USA. Dance of the Forwarned-Rites and Wrongs, no date, postcard; Dance of the Forwarned-An Invitation, no date, postcard.

Schnyder, Achim. West Germany. End Apartheid, no date, photocopy.

Sehungostik?, Janis. USA. Untitled, no date, print on paper; Untitled, no date, print on paper*

Serrano, Sven. USA. Language Is a Lie, 1986, altered advertisement for South African Broadcasting Corporation.

Sevcik, Petr. Czechoslovakia. envelope, 1986.

Silva, Mauricio. Brazil. Interferencia, no date, lithograph and pencil on paper; Africa Raga, no date, lithograph and oil? on paper; Untitled, 1986, collage postcard.

Soldatini, Mariella. Italy. Black, no date, postcard; Electric South Africa, no date, postcard.

Spiegelman, Lon. USA. Untitled, 1985, postcard; Untitled, 1985, postcard; envelope, 1986.

Spitter, The. USA. Spitting Apartheid, 1985, postcard.

Springer, Homer. USA. Ex Unitate Vires, 1986, ink and colored pencil on cardboard.

Stange, Joachim. East Germany. Botha, 1986, postcard; Untitled, no date, collage on paper; Untitled, no date, collage on paper.

Stinkee and Gordon Converse. USA. Lost Pass Book, 1986, postcard.

Suel, Lucien. France. Untitled, no date, collage on cardboard.

Swartz, Joel M. USA. Untitled, 1986, print on paper.

Szewczyk, Andrej. Poland. Gadget Made in South Africa, no date, altered photograph; Untitled, no date, altered photograph.

Tisa, Benedict. USA. Untitled, 1986, altered photograph.

Tostada, Johnny. USA. Images from South Africa, 1986, collage on paper.

Tregnaghi, Antonio. Italy. Untitled, no date, print on cardboard; envelope, 1986.

Van Dijk, Pier. Holland. 1985 My First Sabbatical Year,1985, postcard (3 copies).

Vieiva, Antonio. Portugal. No, Niet, Nao, no date, photocopy and tempera on paper (triptych); Untitled, no date, photcopy and marker on paper (diptych); No Segregaytion, no date, photocpy (2 versions); Apar Heid/ Apart Head, no date, photcopy and marker on paper; Good Evening, no date, photcopy and marker on paper; The Blood Is Red, no date, photcopy and marker on paper (triptych). (Note: additional works by this artist in box 4)

Vitale, Vincent. USA. Colored People on a White Background-Equality for All in South Africa, 1986, photocopy, marker, and thread on cardboard.

Von Baeyer, Anthony. USA. Untitled, 1986, altered poster for exhibit.

Way, Lois. USA. Stop Apartheid, 1986, collage postcard.

Weber, Marshal. USA. Untitled, 1986, collage on paper.

Weeks, E. F. USA. Selma, Alabama, Soweto, South Africa, 1986, postcard (20 copies).

Wilderjans, Rudi. Belgium. For Approval, 1986, collage on paper; Images from South Africa, 1986, collage on paper; Black and White, 1986, photocopy. (Note: additional works by this artist in box 4)

Wiloch, Thomas. USA. Untitled, no date, print on posterboard.

Winnes, Friedrich. East Germany. No Apartheid, no date, postcard; I Say: Freiheit fur Nelson Mandela!, no date, collage on cardboard; Free Informations from South Africa, 1986, altered postcard for exhibit; 1986 Year of the Buttons, 1986, postcard. (Note: additional works by this artist in box 4)

Wright, Stuart J. USA. South Africa Presents . . . for Your Protection, 1986, collage on paper (2 versions).

Yrizarry, N. G. USA. Power, 1986, laminated postcard; Untitled, 1986, postcard; For Discussion Only, 1986, film negatives attached to paper receipt.

Zack, David. Mexico. Untitled, no date, photocopy collage.

Zito, Roberto. Italy. Untitled, no date, collage on paper; note requesting that the envelope in which he sent his work be sent back to him.

Box 4 (Oversize)

Anonymous. Poster for Prisoners Against Apartheid, no date; "Partial listing of children detained in South Africa, 1986"; 2 photocopy collages, no date; There Is a Black Problem in Pretoria, no date, tempera on paper; 2 texts-"Race Classification and Separation," and a quote from Andre Brink, Writing in a State of Seige, no date.

Anthroart. West Germany. Down with Apartheid!, no date, photocopy; Stop Killing Our People!, no date, photocopy; Viva Mandela!, no date, photocopy; Viva Anc!, no date, photocopy; Pig Botha Will Fail!, no date, photocopy.

Arago, Antonio. Portugal. White Power, no date, photocopy.

Ashworth, Robert. USA. Untitled, no date, collage on paper.

Bell, Ginette. USA. Untitled, 1985, print on paper; Terra Incognita, 1986, print on paper. (Note: additional works by this artiat are in box 1)

Berault, Tom. USA. Untitled, 1986, photograph.

Bishop, Betty. USA. A Dog and His Boy, 1986, collage on paper; Winnie's House, 1986, collage images from performance on paper.

Bloch, Mark. A Part of Me Died, no date, collage on paper.*

De Rosa, Salvatore. Italy. Untitled, no date, photocopy and marker on paper; Untitled, no date, photocopy and marker on paper.

Fireworks. USA. Anti-Apartheid printed poster, no date; Benjamin Moloise Lives!, no date, printed poster.

Grinnell College. USA. Students to End Apartheid, 1988, t-shirt.*

Groh, Klaus. West Germany. Try = Lte!, 1986, marker on paper.

Hanink, Robert John. USA. 5 envelopes with rubber stamp imprints, 1985.

Hirschman, Jack. USA. Untitled, no date, chalk on black carboard.

Jonge, Ko de. Holland. Apartheid a Dutch Word Sorry, 1986, spray paint on paper.

Krarup, Steen. Denmark. The Hanged Beheaded, 1984, pastel on paper.

Krist, Martin. Austria. Untitled, no date, photocopy and construction paper.

Ladra, Antonio. Uruguay. Untitled, no date, collage on paper.

Livingston, Rik. USA. O, Say Can You See Political Liberty?, no date, oil on canvas.

Nash, Mary A. USA. Break All Ties with Apartheid!, no date, printed poster.

PCD. Australia. Untitled, 1986, collage on cardboard.

Perkins, Steven. USA. Smash Apartheid, no date, photocopy.

Polaska, Dorota. Poland. Untitled, no date, tempera on paper.

Rege, Barbara. Italy. Untitled, 1987, collage on paper.

Montilla, Manuel. Panama. Untitled, no date, photocopy collage.

San Francisco Poster Brigade. USA. Victory to the Freedom Fighters of South Africa, no date, printed poster.

Strada, Giovanni. Italy. Untitled, 1986, watercolor over text on paper.

Summers, C. W. USA. Untitled, no date, photocopy, envelope, 1986.

Szombathy, Balint. Yugoslavia. Untitled, 1986, collage on paper.

Taylor, Gragory. Anagrams/Last Resorts, no date, text on paper.*

Tani, Ruben. Uruguay. Whities Are Fascist and Frigid (Because of), no date, collage on posterboard.

Vieiva, Antonio. Portugal. Nao, no date, printed poster. (Note: additional works by this artist in box 3 )

Wilderjans, Rudi. Belgium. Black and White, 1986, collage on paper; Untitled, 1986, collage on paper. (Note: additional works by this artist in box 3 )

Winnes, Friedrich. East Germany. Printed poster for Festival of Political songs, February 17, 1986. (Note: additional works by this artist in box 3 )

Newspaper Articles Concerning Apartheid (Note: additional articles in box 1)

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