Rotimi Fani-Kayode (1955-1989) remains one of the most significant names in the history of photography, despite the fact that his career was cut short by his death in Brixton aged 34. This new exhibition in Tiwani Contemporary features a selection of his most important photographic works produced between 1985-1989, including large-scale colour works and arresting black and white images.
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