The Long March To Freedom - the exhibition
The touching masterpiece, a South African National Heritage monument, for the first time available for world touring to forever celebrate the struggle against racial injustice.
A monumental celebration. South Africa honouring the heroes of the liberation struggle: from the 1700s, from rebel chiefs and revered kings, to the more well-known activists of the 1980s and 1990s, each figure is poised in walking motion, marching forward to the inevitable liberation.
Up to 97 life-size bronze statues of exceptional quality, entirely created by South African artists, reflect the diverse and collective magnitude of the struggle.
The Long March to Freedom is an enduring and deeply touching form of thanks to the South Africans who sacrificed their lives for the democratic nation enjoyed today, as well as to anybody in the world suffering and fighting against racial segregation.
The Long March To Freedom is a powerful artistic attempt to redress South Africa's historical imbalances due to colonial conquests and racial segregation. It is a place of learning, growth, and self-reflection to forever celebrate the struggle against racial injustice in South Africa and the world over.
A National Heritage Monument. Now for the first time available for world touring. Worldwide representation by World Touring Exhibitions - Rotterdam NL/EU, London UK) - https://www.worldtouringexhibitions.com
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