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In accordance with this, the displayed artworks also include some that express an opposition to oppressive dictatorial rule, some that take a stand against current political tendencies, and some that raise their voice against attitudes of oppression and exclusion prevalent in mainstream society.
The majority of the radically toned artworks displayed at the exhibition simultaneously draw on the millennia-long traditions of political and religious propaganda and the daily expanding arsenal of marketing strategies within consumer culture.
A number of featured works carry a personal quality that points past any personal sense of relating that can be prompted by their manifest-like presentation. The title By Any Means Necessary comes from a work of the same title by South-African artist Kendell Geers, which will also be featured at the exhibition, and which was displayed in its original, English language version at the Guggenheim Museum in 1995.
The exhibition, in addition to offering radical artistic positions, also explores the role of the contemporary commercial gallery as an institution: aside from allowing room for free artistic expression, to what extent can a commercial gallery assume a social role.