10 August 2013, 2pm
Free event, booking recommended
Don’t miss this rare opportunity to hear photographer James Barnor talk about his work with Renée Mussai, Head of Archive at Autograph ABP and curator of Ever Young.
James Barnor’s long career covers a remarkable period in history, bridging continents and photographic genres to create a transatlantic narrative marked by his passionate interest in people and cultures. Through the medium of portraiture, Barnor’s photographs represent societies in transition: Ghana moving towards its independence and London becoming a cosmopolitan, multicultural metropolis.
After the Artist Talk stay with us for our Summer Party with James Barnor from 3pm, with a chance to view the exhibition, meet James, and enjoy summer drinks and nibbles.
Part of the exhibition
In partnership with
Impressions Gallery is an independent, not-for-profit space for contemporary photography.
In conversation with
Renée Mussai manages Autograph ABP’s Archive and Research Centre. She has a special interest in feminist and post-colonial politics of portraiture, gender and sexuality in Africa and the African diaspora.
How to book
To book call 01274 737843 or book online.
If the talk becomes fully booked you are still welcome to attend our Artist Reception and Summer Party from 3pm
Bradford, BD1 1SD
0845 051 5882
Ever Young is a touring exhibition from Autograph ABP curated by Renée Mussai