Large images of these individual works can be viewed here.
From the wall label:
Sue Williamson 1941
Born Britain, works South Africa
From A Few South Africans 1983
Photo-etching and screenprint
on papers on paper
Williamson was closely involved in the struggle against apartheid. This series of prints celebrates the often unsung role played by women in the campaign, with accompanying texts by the artist. Each print combines a number of painstaking techniques on paper, bringing together elements that relate to the sitter’s biography. The decorative border surrounding each portrait pays homage to domestic practice in the townships, where important photographs are displayed with coloured paper and printed ephemera
Sue’s work is displayed in Room 9 of the Tate Modern permanent collection exhibition titled ‘Citizens and States’.