A controversial painting showing South African president Jacob Zuma in Soviet revolutionary pose and with his genitals on display has been defaced with black paint at a gallery in Johannesburg. Two men, one white, one black, gained entry to the prestigious Goodman Gallery, which had increased security in the wake of threats from Mr Zuma's supporters, and launched the attack in full view of television cameras and other visitors.
South Africa's ruling party has threatened legal action against an art gallery after it displayed a number of satirical artworks, including one depicting President Jacob Zuma with his penis exposed. The African National Congress (AN... Read Post
The African National Congress wanted to go to court to force a South African gallery to remove a painting depicting President Jacob Zuma with his genitals exposed. The ANC got its wish, but it was two vandals, not a judge, who grant... Read Post