In this exhibition It’s Great to Be Young, on view through March 31, Galerie Clémentine de la Féronnière in Paris offers the work of Ghanian portraitist James Barnor along with another contemporary photographer, well-known in France, Marc Riboud. Though the two have never met, they have worked in the same places, Ghana and the United Kingdom, roughly around the same time. In an attempt to go beyond the simple interpretation the iconic images of these two photographers (one from the North, the other from the South) would have left in the history of photography, here we are offered a narration...
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