Greame Williams/Courtesy International Center of Photography
  • The Rise and Fall of Apartheid

    "Nelson Mandela with Winnie Mandela as he is released from the Victor Vester Prison, 1990." The International Center of Photography's (ICP) traveling exhibition, "Rise and Fall of Apartheid: Photography and the Bureaucracy of Everyday Life," will be on exhibit at Museum Africa in Johannesburg, South Africa.
    Greame Williams/Courtesy International Center of Photography
  • The Rise and Fall of Apartheid

    "Crowd near the Drill Hall on the opening day of the Treason Trial, Johannesburg, Dec. 19, 1956." The landmark exhibition is an unprecedented examination of the 50-year civil rights struggle, from how apartheid defined and marked South Africa?s identity from 1948 to 1994, to the rise of Nelson Mandela, and finally its lasting impact on society.
    Times Media Collection/Museum Africa, Johannesburg/ Courtesy International Center of Photography
  • The Rise and Fall of Apartheid

    "Nelson Mandela portrait wearing traditional beads and a bed spread. Hiding out from the police during his period as the 'black pimpernel,' 1961."
    Eli Weinberg/Courtesy IDAFSA
  • The Rise and Fall of Apartheid

    "The 29 ANC Women?s League women are being arrested by the police for demonstrating against the permit laws, which prohibited them from entering townships without a permit, 26th August 1952."
    Jurgen Schadeberg/Courtesy International Center of Photography
  • The Rise and Fall of Apartheid

    "South Africa goes on trial. Police and crowd outside court. The whole world was watching when the three major sabotage trials started in Pretoria, Cape Town and Maritzburg. Outside the palace of Justice during the Rivonia Trial, 1963."
    Alf Khumalo/Courtesy Baileys African History Archive
  • The Rise and Fall of Apartheid

    "20 defiance campaign Leaders appear in the Johannesburg Magistrates Court on a charge of contravening the Suppression of Communism Act, 26th August 1952."
    Jurgen Schadeberg/Courtesy International Center of Photography
  • The Rise and Fall of Apartheid

    "Sharpeville Shooting, March 21, 1960." South African police opened fire on demonstrators in the township of Sharpeville, killing 69 people.
    Dr. Peter Magubane/Courtesy International Center of Photography
  • The Rise and Fall of Apartheid

    "Sharpeville Funeral: More than 5,000 people were at the graveyard, May 1960."
    Dr. Peter Magubane/Courtesy Baileys African History Archive
  • The Rise and Fall of Apartheid

    "South Africa goes on trial. Police outside the court. The whole world was watching when the three major sabotage trials started in Pretoria, Cape Town and Maritzburg. Outside the palace of Justice during the Rivonia Trial, 1963."
    Alf Khumalo/Courtesy Baileys African History Archive
  • The Rise and Fall of Apartheid

    "Chief Albert Luthuli, former President General of the African National Congress, Rector of Glasgow University and 1960 Nobel Peace Prize Winner, gagged by the government from having any of his words published in his country, confined to small area around his home near Stanger in Natal, April 1964."
    Ranjith Kally/Courtesy Baileys African History Archive
  • The Rise and Fall of Apartheid

    "Pauline Moloise (mother of Ben), two women & Winnie Madikizela Mandela mourn at the Memorial Service for Benjamin Moloise, who was hanged earlier that morning. Khotso House, Johannesburg, Oct. 18, 1985."
    Gille de Vlieg/Courtesy International Center of Photography
  • The Rise and Fall of Apartheid

    "The street outside a meeting held to call on the Apartheid regime to stop harassing Winnie Madikizela Mandela. Johannesburg Centre, Feb. 14, 1986."
    Gille de Vlieg/Courtesy International Center of Photography
  • The Rise and Fall of Apartheid

    "Coffins at the mass funeral held in KwaThema, Gauteng, July 23, 1985."
    Gille de Vlieg/Courtesy International Center of Photography
  • The Rise and Fall of Apartheid

    "Jean Sinclair, founding member of Black Sash, protesting in Jan Smuts Ave., Johannesberg, May 30, 1985." Black Sash was an anti-apartheid organization.
    Gille de Vlieg/Courtesy International Center of Photography
  • The Rise and Fall of Apartheid

    "Right-wing groups gather in Pretoria's Church Square to voice their anger at the F. W. de Klerk government's attempts to transform the country, 1990. Courtesy the artist."
    Greame Williams/Courtesy International Center of Photography
  • The Rise and Fall of Apartheid

    "Member of the ultra-right-wing AWB attends a rally with his girlfriend, Pretoria, 1991."
    Greame Williams/Courtesy International Center of Photography
  • The Rise and Fall of Apartheid

    "Protest against Chris Hani?s assassination, 1993." Hani was a member of the African National Congress and was shot as he stepped out of his car.
    Jodi Bieber/Goodman Gallery Johannesburg/Courtesy International Center of Photography
  • The Rise and Fall of Apartheid

    "Walter Sisulu and his wife Albertina at their Soweto home after his release from prison, 1989."
    Greame Williams/Courtesy International Center of Photography
  • The Rise and Fall of Apartheid

    "Portrait of Nelson Mandela painted on the grass of Soweto's largest football stadium during an election rally, 1994."
    Greame Williams/Courtesy International Center of Photography
  • The Rise and Fall of Apartheid

    "Nelson Mandela, Treason Trial, 1958." On view from Feb. 13 to June 29, 2014, ICP?s presentation at Museum Africa will coincide with the 20th anniversary of the first democratic election in South Africa, the overthrow of apartheid, and the inauguration of President Nelson Mandela.
    Jurgen Schadeberg/Courtesy International Center of Photography
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