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Page 264: Jane Alexander

/ Monday, February 17, 2014 /

I'm in love with her works, especially "The Butcher Boys", plaster sculptures of three life-size humanoid beasts with powdery skin, black eyes, broken horns, and no mouths sitting on a bench. The artwork represents the brutal dehumanizing forces of Apartheid in South Africa. The animal parts show how people stripped themselves of their humanity and put themselves above others, thinking they were better. 

Always love artworks that inspired by social issues :)


The Butcher Boys. Image courtesy: studyblue
Street Cadets. Image courtesy: artthrob
Image courtesy:  Cathy Gendron
Surveys. Image courtesy: Adam Kuehl
African Adventure. Image courtesy: Artslant

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