Guy Tillim, Supporters of Jean-Pierre Bemba mock President Kabila, calling him an egg seller (in reference to Kabila's statement that he could not take part in early election debates because he was balancing the delicate affairs of state on his head, as an egg seller would balance his wares), July 2006, 2006
Guy Tillim, Supporters of Jean-Pierre Bemba mock President Kabila, calling him an egg seller (in reference to Kabila's statement that he could not take part in early election debates because he was balancing the delicate affairs of state on his head, as an egg seller would balance his wares), July 2006, 2006; inkjet print, 17 1/2 in. x 26 in. (44.45 cm x 66.04 cm); Collection SFMOMA, Accessions Committee Fund purchase; © Guy Tillim
Guy Tillim, Supporters of Jean-Pierre Bemba mock President Kabila, calling him an egg seller (in reference to Kabila's statement that he could not take part in early election debates because he was balancing the delicate affairs of state on his head, as an egg seller would balance his wares), July 2006, 2006

Artwork Info

Artwork title
Supporters of Jean-Pierre Bemba mock President Kabila, calling him an egg seller (in reference to Kabila's statement that he could not take part in early election debates because he was balancing the delicate affairs of state on his head, as an egg seller would balance his wares), July 2006
Artist name
Guy Tillim
Date created
2006
Classification
photograph
Medium
inkjet print
Dimensions
17 1/2 in. x 26 in. (44.45 cm x 66.04 cm)
Date acquired
2008
Credit
Collection SFMOMA
Accessions Committee Fund purchase
Copyright
© Guy Tillim
Permanent URL
https://www.sfmoma.org/artwork/2008.185
Artwork status
Not on view at this time.

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