Mudariki, Richard b.1985 / Black Economic Empowerment
about this work
Creating equality in the workforce by advantaging the previously underprivileged, and disadvantaging the previously privileged, is what BEE is/was aimed at. It has, however, created scenarios in which some employers have to consider the race and social background of any potential applicant rather than making decisions based purely on qualifications and experience. Thus, it is frequently seen as a system in which one's race is often the determining factor in finding employment in certain job types and industries.

Richard Mudariki (b.1985, Zimbabwe)

Black Economic Empowerment, 2014

Oil on canvas
88.5 x 73.5 cm.
34 13/16 x 28 15/16 in.
Provenance:
ARTCO, Herzogenrath, Germany  Current Location:
Switzerland - Basel - S PaintingAfrica

exhibitions

1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair
Somerset House / ARTCO Gallery, London, UK
May 2015

publications

The Politics of Life
Johans Borman Fine Art (Catalogue), Cape Town, 2014

Artwork History
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  • exhibitions
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