Contemporary artist Heath Kane picks up where the Pop artists left off: forget everything you've seen before, Kane's blend of the political and the satirical takes modern art in a new direction. This is portraiture for the twenty-first century; this is art that has something to say; this is art as it should be: nothing short of iconic. A pencil sketched metropolis creates the backdrop to 'Where Have all the Natives Gone - XL', as tall buildings reach into a dark blue, star-specked sky. Using collage elements, Kane has layered the image of a red horse onto the foreground, a faceless rider seated on its back, swathed in traditional Navajo print. A powerful comment on the ruthless removal of Native Americans from the homeland, Kane's print is truly the cream of the contemporary crop.