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David Turnley: Photographs of Nelson Mandela and the South African Struggle

January 24, 2014

For Madiba with Love! Photographs of Nelson Mandela and the South African Struggle, 1985-2013
Exhibition Dates: January 27th - February 14th
Opening Reception: January 28, 4:30 pm
Duderstadt Center Gallery, North Campus

For Madiba with Love! Photographs of Nelson Mandela and the South African Struggle, 1985-2013, features photos by Pulitzer-Prize winning photographer David Turnley (Professor in the Stamps School of Art & Design), who has been a friend of the Mandela family and has covered the South African struggle for the last thirty years.

The exhibit is on display in the Duderstadt Center Gallery Monday through Friday, 12-6 pm, and Sunday, 12-5 pm, in the Duderstadt Center Gallery.  Images from the exhibit are also on display in the North Lobby of the Hatcher Graduate Library through February.

This exhibit is sponsored by the U-M Library, the College of Engineering, the Center for African Studies, Residential College, the Penny W. Stamps School of Art and Design, the Department of Afroamerican and African Studies, and the Office of the Provost.

David Turnley: Photographs of Nelson Mandela and the South African Struggle