Available specially during the Michael Armitage: Paradise Edict exhibition at the RA, we are pleased to offer this limited edition lithograph by Michael Armitage. Published by Haus der Kunst, it belongs to a cycle of works inspired by the controversial 2017 parliamentary elections in Kenya.
Produced in an edition of 80, each print is signed and numbered on the reverse and presented in a portfolio.
|Dimensions||43 x 30.8cm|
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At the time of the elections, the artist attended the last major rally of the country’s largest opposition party, during which alluring election promises were made and the path towards a better future was laid out. Armitage works through these events in a series of dramatic painterly scenes, which reflect upon the younger generation’s push for democracy and transparency as well as the political unrest and generational conflict that was subsequently ignited.
Printed by The Curwen Studio