On 09 September 2021, the KwaZulu-Natal Amafa and Research Institute will host the officially opening of ‘For Madiba with Love” travelling exhibition, curated by the Nelson Mandela Foundation and donated to the Nelson Mandela Museum.
The exhibition is housed at the Oscarberg Primary School which is situated at the Rorkes Drift/ Shiyane Interpretive Centre, and is one of the projects of KwaZulu-Natal Amafa and Research Institute. The event will start at 10h00 am.
‘For Madiba with Love’ Is a photographic exhibition produced by David Turnley an acclaimed photographer who captured South Africa’s struggle between 1985 and 1994. The award winning Pulitzer Prize photographer further captured Nelson Mandela’s release and his family.
Nelson Mandela Foundation in relationship with David Turnley has donated this intriguing exhibition to the Nelson Mandela Museum for viewing by its visitors. This acclaimed photographic exhibition features visuals between 1985 - 1994.
The exhibition captures various moments of the struggle in South Africa and a variety of perspective: portraits of Nelson Mandela and his family, Political violence and police reactions; times of a necklace; the delight on a poverty-stricken girl’s face at her father’s antics; the contrast of a privileged, white schoolboy and the two black women passing by him.
Media is invited to attend
For more information, Contact Fumanekile Wisani Nelson Mandela Museum Communication Officer 076 842 9432