Willie Bester is a South African artist who is best known for his mixed-media collages and sculptures. He was born in Montagu, South Africa, in 1956. Bester’s work often deals with political and social issues, such as apartheid and poverty. He is a self-taught artist who began making art as a way to express his anger and frustration with the apartheid system.
Bester’s work is characterized by its use of found objects, such as old car parts, tools, and furniture. He often paints or draws on these objects before assembling them into sculptures or collages. Bester’s work is often humorous and satirical, but it can also be disturbing and thought-provoking.