The Yale Law School Association of New York City -- International Center of Photography event

The Yale Law School Association of New York City invites you and your guest to a private tour and discussion of the exhibit at the International Center of Photography --

entitled “Rise and Fall of Apartheid: Photography and the Bureaucracy of Everyday Life”

Time:  6:30-8:30 pm

This landmark exhibition “offers an unprecedented and comprehensive historical overview of the pictorial response to apartheid that has never been undertaken by any other museum. Through its images, this exhibition explores the significance 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.”

“it’s a grand narrative of stirring sights: ardent faces, agitated bodies, camaraderie, clenched fists, funerals. It’s also a disquisition on the ordinariness of good and evil, on how people in a particular time and place encounter and partake of both and go on with their lives, no matter what.”

  • Tour Leader is Brian Wallis, Deputy Director/Chief Curator, ICP
  • Hosted by Mitchell Presser ‘89, Partner, Paine & Partners, and Dan Reich ’02
  • Maya Benton, Adjunct Curator at ICP, has kindly helped arranged this event.

Location:  International Center of Photography, 1133 Avenue of the Americas (at 43rd Street), New York City

Cost:  There will be no charge for the event but registration is required. There is a limit of one guest per alum. Space is limited.

Rsvp:  Online at:

Deadline:  Register by Thursday, November 15.

Contact:  Office of Alumni Affairs at (203 432-1690) or email