At the Galerie Clementine de la Féronnière, on the sidelines of his exhibition Colors, June 7, James Barnor celebrated his 90th birthday surrounded by his family, his friends, and some of his admirers, such as myself. What an emotion to see this artist of a rare sensitivity, simply and naturally enjoy the feast that was offered to him, both to celebrate his age, as well as his magnificent talent. This past moment immediately reminded me of those we experienced with another great artist, Saul Leiter, when he was over 80 and the recognition of his genius came to touch him...
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