James Barnor ,Ghana, b. 1929, Ring Road, Accra, 1970s, signed enlarged silver print 2020, 1-5 + 2 A.P., 100 x 100 cm, 40 x 40 in
James Barnor ,Ghana, b. 1929, Ring Road, Accra, 1970s, signed enlarged silver print 2020, 1-5 + 2 A.P., 100 x 100 cm, 40 x 40 in 
James Barnor (Ghana, b. 1929), London, 1966, Muhammad Ali surrounded by his fans, vintage silver print (1966), signed on the back,  15,5 x 20,5 cm, 6 x 8 in James Barnor (Ghana, b. 1929), Accra, 1970s, Miss Sammy Tetteh, secretary at office, vintage silver print (1966), signed on the back, 20 x 25 cm [8 x 10 in] James Barnor (Ghana, b. 1929) Accra, c. 1970s, AGIP assignement, signed enlarged silver print (2020), 1-5 + 2 A.P., 40 x 50 cm [16 x 20 in]] Guillaume Zuili (US-France, b. 1965) Urban Jungle, Asphalt, 2018, silver lith print made by the artist,  ed. 4-8, 95 x 116 cm [37 x 46 in]
 
Guillaume Zuili (US-France, b. 1965) Smoke and Mirrors, Over the 110 South. South Bay, 2017, silver lith print made by the artist, 1-8, 50 x 60 cm [20 x 24 in]  Guillaume Zuili (US-France, b. 1965) Memory Lane, Grands Moulins #1, 2019, silver lith print made by the artist, 1-8, 50 x 60 cm [20 x 24 in]   Anne Rearick (US, b. 1960) True West, The Girls, 2013, silver print made by the artist, ed. 4-8, 40 x 50 cm [16 x 20 in]  Anne Rearick (US, b. 1960) True West, Shameless Hotel, 2011, silver print made by the artist, ed. 4-8, 40 x 50 cm [16 x 20 in] Anne Rearick (US, b. 1960) True West, Ketchup and Mustard, 1988, silver print made by the artist, ed. 3-8, 40 x 50 cm [16 x 20 in] 

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Born in 1929 in Ghana, James Barnor experienced his country's independence as well as the formation of the diaspora to London during the swinging 60s, both in black and white, and in color. A major monographic exhibition will open in 2020 at the Serpentine Gallery.
Guillaume Zuili uses only old photography techniques creating timeless images, of Los Angeles and French countryside.
Anne Rearick's work is in the tradition of humanist American documentary photographers.