An extended conversation with the eminent Ghanaian photographer James Barnor, published to accompany a major exhibition of his work at Autograph ABP in London. Barnor's archive is one of the very major surviving West African archives, on a par with his far better-known colleagues from Mali, Seydou Keïta and Malick Sidibe. This exhibition and publication were the first full-length examination of Barnor's work, and the long interview with the elderly photographer was a key part of the research.
|Place of Publication||London, UK and Paris, France|
|Publisher||Clémentine de la Ferronière; Autograph ABP|
|Number of pages||176|
|Volume||Ever Young : Photographs of James Barnor|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Oct 2015|
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- School of Art and Media - Professor in the Culture of Photography
- Photography in Practice; Photography in Theory Research and Enterprise Group