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With Pappa in Doubt
, Anton Kannemeyer returns to the fertile land that he explored to brilliant satiric effect in Pappa in Afrika
(2010). Once again parodying Hergé’s Tintin in the Congo (1931), Kannemeyer exposes the contradictions and paradoxes of life in the postcolony. The artist is as provocative as he is playful, and does not spare himself the relentless, humorous scrutiny to which he subjects politicians, despots and his neighbours in the leafy suburbs.