James Barnor: Ghanaian traditional hairstyle at Studio X23
Ghanaian traditional hairstyle at Studio X23, Accra, c. 1970s
Inkjet Print to Hahnemuehle Pearl 285gsm
203 x 220mm
Edition of 150 + 50 APs
Stamped and numbered
£120 (incl. VAT)
©James Barnor, courtesy galerie Clémentine de la Féronnière @james_barnor_archives
In 1973 Barnor converted a small storeroom given to him by his cousin Albert M. Quarcoopome into a darkroom before expanding into a building. This became his second studio Studio X23 (1973-1994) where alongside a multifaceted commission practice he continued working as a portrait photographer for twenty years.
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