• Ethical Fashion Initiative

    Ian Berry, Magnum Photos South Africa, 1994 #Madiba #SouthAfrica #Billboard

  • Burnéd Shoés

    © Ian Berry, 1994, South Africa - Supporters climb to every vantage point whilst awaiting the arrival of Nelson Mandela in a Natal township. In post-war South Africa the government gradually developed a policy to retain the rights and privileges of the white minority – apartheid. (read more on my blog) #nelsonmandela #ianberry #blackandwhite #southafrica #apartheid

  • Jerry de la Rosa

    19/7/2013 HAPPY BIRTHDAY

  • Ellie Schmidt

    favorite man of all time: 20th anniversary of the end of Apartheid this month. Shot by Ian Berry

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