“Curse of Ham” – digital on giclée canvas, 60″w x 40″h (152.4 x 101.6cm), 2017. Part of the “Afrika” series. One original edition available for public sale; and one available for gallery/museum request. See full image at Saatchi Art.
The Curse of Ham is an interpretation of a biblical story that was used over time to justify the denigration and subjection of darker skinned people.
In this modern visual take, we have the rendition of the warrior as a symbol of virility and simplicity; and the zebra as a symbol of savagery and exoticism. Those figurative elements are purposefully juxtaposed on an abstracted field.
Archival quality 10-ink printer, Breathing Color® Aqueous canvas. Full sized art is unstretched and rolled in a tube for shipping.