After 2015, two new volumes have just been published on the work of Ghanaian photographer James BARNOR, who also spent time in London in the 1960s and from there is said to have introduced color photography to his home country on his return. This catalog volume is devoted to his complete works to date.
"This fully illustrated catalog volume for the exhibition at London's Serpentine Gallery traces James BARNOR's photographic practice over six decades through a series of commissioned texts by David Adjaye, Christine Barthe, David Hartt, Erlin Ibreck, and Alicia Knock. It also includes a new conversation between the artist and the Serpentine's artistic director, Hans Ulrich Obrist." (© Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther und Franz König, 2021)