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Last year, #LizJohnsonArtur began photographing and interviewing the Ghanaian photographer #JamesBarnor, who first opened a studio in Accra, the capital of Ghana, in the 1950s. After Ghana gained independence from Great Britain in 1957, Barnor moved to London, where he continued working for the South Africa–based magazine Drum, helping to bring Black models into mainstream British media. Barnor returned to Ghana in the early 1970s to open the first color processing studio in the country. He has been based in London since 1993. “For me, meeting James Barnor was a dream come true,” says Johnson Artur. “On my two visits, I had the great pleasure to listen to his stories about Ghana, arriving in England in the 1960s, and about the people he photographed. He had a story for every picture he showed.”⁠⠀
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Liz Johnson Artur (born Bulgaria, 1964). James Barnor, 2018. Silver gelatin fiber-based photograph. Courtesy of the artist. © Liz Johnson Artur⁠
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