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Kobena Mercer's essay People Get Ready: James Barnor’s Route Map of Afro-Modernity was originally commissioned by New Humanist magazine.
Images, from top left: 1) James Barnor, Wedding Guests, London, 1960s. 2) James Barnor, Untitled #2 Accra, c.1972. 3) James Barnor: Ever Young newspaper cover. Published by Autograph, 2010 4) James Barnor, Olas Comedians, Ever Young Studio, Accra, c.1953-54. 5) James Barnor, Muhammad Ali training at Earls Court London, 1966.
Photographs © James Barnor / Courtesy Autograph, London unless otherwise stated
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