On Saturday morning’s edition of Saturday’s Role With Reno, host Renos Spanoudes spoke to the photographer, Oscar Gutierrez about Iconic, his Nelson Mandela exhibition.
During the key moments that shaped South Africa’s transition to democracy, one photographer was there recording it all – Oscar Gutierrez.
To celebrate the centenary of the birth of former president Nelson Mandela in July 1918, renowned photographer Oscar Gutierrez will launch his exhibition of the very best of those photographs. These glimpses into Madiba moments were captured by Gutierrez over the many years he spent tracking South Africa’s early democracy.
Gutierrez says “The photographs capture Nelson Mandela and other South African luminaries from the initial stages of the negotiations of South Africa’s constitution, the first democratic elections and important moments that formed democratic South Africa.”
Listen to the interview with Oscar Gutierrez here:
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