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untitled #1, london, 1967
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Anthony Vaccarello invites photographer James Barnor for Saint Laurent Rive Droite.
Courtesy of Galerie Clémentine de La Féronnière.
Taking us on a journey from Ghana, the cradle of Pan-Africanism, to the United Kingdom of the "swinging sixties" where the African diaspora settled, James Barnor, an eternal young man of 94, offers a unique photographic archive spanning 40 years of History.
A unique visual witness of his genre, taking advantage of both black and white as well as color, he traces with his images portraits and destinies, known or anonymous.
- Dimensions: 67 x 72 cm
- Chromogenic Print
- SLRD Curated
- 100% PAPER
- STYLE ID 768299YCL098486
- MADE IN France
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