From 1963 to the present day, Anthony Barboza has enjoyed a long career in photography. One of the most important African American photographers of his generation, Barboza has excelled at capturing his subjects both on the street and in the studio. He began his informal training in New York City. In these early days of Barboza’s interest in photography, he...
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