- Tim Rollins 1955–2017
- Acrylic paint on paper on canvas
- Unconfirmed: 1219 x 1828 mm
- Lent from a private collection 2000
On long term loan
Rollins worked in collaboration with teenagers from the Bronx, who he taught in after-school workshops, under the name ‘Kids of Survival’. Many of their works engaged directly with classic works of literature. Here the pages of George Orwell’s Animal Farm provide a painting surface, upon which Orwell’s political allegory has been updated with animals representing the world leaders of the time.
Gallery label, September 2004
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