A painting entitled 'The Spear' by South African artists Brett Murray is displayed at The Goodman Gallery inJohannesburg on May 18, 2012. The Acrylic on canvas painting featuring President Jacob Zuma with his penis hanging out of his trousers is on dispaly at the exhibition entitled 'Hail to the thief II'.
A visitor to the Goodman Gallery in Johannesburg holds his hands over what could be a codpiece accentuating the genitals on a painting entitled "The Spear" depicting President Jacob Zuma, by South African artist Brett Murray, Friday, May 18, 2012. South Africa's governing party said it will demand the removal of the painting from the exhibition.
A visitor looks at a painting of South Africa's President Jacob Zuma at an exhibition in Johannesburg May 18, 2012. South Africa's ruling ANC threatened to take legal action against a Johannesburg gallery for displaying art which lampoons Zuma and accuses the party of corruption. The works are part of a collection called "Hail to the Thief" and are meant to question whether the century-old African National Congress has lost its moral compass.