Raphael Albert, James Barnor, Colin Jones and Maxine Walker
For the exhibition Glyphs: Acts of Inscription at Pitzer Art Galleries, Claremont, California
For the exhibition Virtual / Material: Logbuch Fashion at Iwalewa-Haus, Bayreuth, Germany
Contextualising this material is a selection of 11 prints loaned from Autograph ABP with the support of Renée Mussai...So successful has this collaboration been that I chose a portrait by Eileen Perrier, which I saw at Autograph’s offices, for the poster.
Curator Michael McMillan, on works loaned from the Archive for the exhibition Origins of the Afro Comb
Here’s to the excitement of knowing that a James Barnor print is on its way to Iwalewa-Haus, to be there for the public
Virtual / Material blog, on the James Barnor loan from the Archive
Print loaned from the Archive for upcoming exhibition at Iwalewa Haus, Universitaet Bayreuth, Germany
Thanks again for a wonderful visit to Autograph [ABP’s Archive] last week—it was a privilege to see Fani-Kayode’s work up close
Levi Prombaum, Courthauld Institute, MA History of Art student
Full set of new edition of Autograph ABP's first commission acquired for the Archive
14 prints loaned from the Archive for ARS 11 at Kiasma Museum for Contemporary Art, Finland
[Ever Young: James Barnor] represents the first major public gallery exhibition curated out of this new archive - a direct result of in-depth research that emerged from a rigorous process of digital preservation, cataloguing and contextualisation.
Renée Mussai, Curator / Archive Manager Autograph ABP, on working with James Barnor’s archive
The Archive in Focus video series
The HLF grant enables us to build on our 20 year history of working with photographers and artists and to create a permanent testament to the crucial contribution their work has made to the cultural life of Britain. The missing chapter will finally be filled.
Mark Sealy, Director Autograph ABP