Dr Lilian Cingo: Adrian Steirn's 21 Icons South Africa Series : Fotografía de noticias

Dr Lilian Cingo: Adrian Steirn's 21 Icons South Africa Series

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SOWETO, SOUTH AFRICA - JUNE 20, 2012: (EXCLUSIVE COVERAGE. DOUBLE RATES APPLY. COMPULSORY CREDIT: Adrian Steirn www.21Icons.com via Getty Images) In a previously unreleased portrait, 'It Will be Better', Dr Lillian Cingo is pictured at Noah's Ark on June 20, 2012 at Kliptown, Soweto, South Africa as part of photographer and filmmaker Adrian Steirn's 21 Icons South Africa Series. Inspired by Nelson Mandela, 21 Icons is a series of short films and photographic portraits documenting the stories of key figures in South Africa's recent history including Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu. Proceeds from the syndication of this portrait will be donated to the Phelophepa I and II health care trains. (Photo by Adrian Steirn/www.21Icons.com via Getty Images)
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SOWETO, SOUTH AFRICA - JUNE 20, 2012: (EXCLUSIVE COVERAGE. DOUBLE RATES APPLY. COMPULSORY CREDIT: Adrian Steirn www.21Icons.com via Getty Images) In a previously unreleased portrait, 'It Will be Better', Dr Lillian Cingo is pictured at Noah's Ark on June 20, 2012 at Kliptown, Soweto, South Africa as part of photographer and filmmaker Adrian Steirn's 21 Icons South Africa Series. Inspired by Nelson Mandela, 21 Icons is a series of short films and photographic portraits documenting the stories of key figures in South Africa's recent history including Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu. Proceeds from the syndication of this portrait will be donated to the Phelophepa I and II health care trains. (Photo by Adrian Steirn/www.21Icons.com via Getty Images)
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01 de septiembre de 2013
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Adrian Steirn www21Iconscom via Getty Images In a previously... Fotografía de noticias 179171743Arca,Arte cultura y espectáculos,Bestof,Director de cine,Encuadre cintura para arriba,Fotógrafo,Interés humano,Noah,República de Sudáfrica,Retrato,Soweto,Temas,Topix,VerticalPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2013 Adrian Steirn/21 IconsSOWETO, SOUTH AFRICA - JUNE 20, 2012: (EXCLUSIVE COVERAGE. DOUBLE RATES APPLY. COMPULSORY CREDIT: Adrian Steirn www.21Icons.com via Getty Images) In a previously unreleased portrait, 'It Will be Better', Dr Lillian Cingo is pictured at Noah's Ark on June 20, 2012 at Kliptown, Soweto, South Africa as part of photographer and filmmaker Adrian Steirn's 21 Icons South Africa Series. Inspired by Nelson Mandela, 21 Icons is a series of short films and photographic portraits documenting the stories of key figures in South Africa's recent history including Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu. Proceeds from the syndication of this portrait will be donated to the Phelophepa I and II health care trains. (Photo by Adrian Steirn/www.21Icons.com via Getty Images)