James Barnor: Limited Edition Set
James Barnor: Limited Edition Set
James Barnor: Limited Edition Set
James Barnor: Limited Edition Set
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James Barnor: Limited Edition Set

James Barnor: Limited Edition Set

Throughout a career that spans six decades and two continents, British-Ghanaian photographer James Barnor has captured major social and political changes, while cultivating a richly layered practice that encompasses the genres of studio portraiture, photojournalism and social documentary photography.

Accra/London: A Retrospective, focuses on the period 1950-1980, selected from more than 32,000 available images. Central to Barnor’s work is the intimate documentation of African and Afro-diasporic lives across time and space. Whether making family snapshots, commissioned portraits or commercial assignments, Barnor approaches the photographic process as a collaborative venture, a conversation with the sitter, and his images are a testament to a lifetime of encounters.

On the occasion of Barnor’s long-awaited retrospective at Serpentine, three limited edition prints are available to purchase as a set, either framed or unframed.

 

Set includes:

James Barnor

Drum cover girl Erlin Ibreck at Trafalgar Square, London, 1966

C-Type Print
201.5 x 220mm
Edition of 50 + 50 APs
Stamped and numbered

 ©James Barnor, courtesy galerie Clémentine de la Féronnière @james_barnor_archives 

 

James Barnor

J Peter Dodoo Jnr., Yoga student of “Mr Strong”, Ever Young Studio, Accra, c. 1955

Inkjet Print to Hahnemuehle Pearl 285gsm
203 x 220mm
Edition of 150 + 50 APs
Stamped and numbered

 ©James Barnor, courtesy galerie Clémentine de la Féronnière @james_barnor_archives 

 

James Barnor

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

 ©James Barnor, courtesy galerie Clémentine de la Féronnière @james_barnor_archives 

 

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