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    Boy.Brother.Friend Issue 4 (the Value Issue) is available now on loremnotipsum.com. Issue 4 explores the theme of Value, which unfolds over four chapters: The Importance of Being Earnest, Moral Code, Family Values, & RWA – Rich With an Attitude, featuring Kareem Reid, Jeri Hilt, Azza Yousif, Jessica Madavo and more.

    Lu Philippe Guilmette joins Boy.Brother.Friend as contributing Fashion Director, in Face Value he recruited photographic artist Pieter Hugo to create a masterclass in beauty story making. They unpack various types of Value signifiers in a superbly grotesque yet striking kind of way.

    We met Moses Sumney at the David Adjaye designed Sandbox Beach Club for a function being hosted by actress Michaela Coel. He was in head to toe black and exuded so much confidence we instantly became friendly. He told us how home-coming was extremely important to him and his practice as a Musician/Artist amongst other things. We continued speaking and met again in London where he walked the Burberry by Riccardo Tisci London Fashion Week show and again in Venice where he gave an incredible performance for the opening of Kehinde Wiley’s solo show An Archeology of Science at the Fondazione Giorgo Cini for the 59th Venice Biennale. Legendary Dutch photographers Inez Van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin have been vocal supporters of Boy.Brother.Friend since we launched so it only made sense to suggest a portrait sitting with Moses which they loved. Supported by Burberry and Riccardo Tisci we made some striking imagery for No one can really define my Blackness. It is mine to define. Moses was interviewed by writer, creative producer and fellow Ghanian Ekow Barnes.

    If you look at all our previous issues one name pops up every time. So when we found out Adjoa Armah first traveling solo exhibition was in the works we knew we had to be involved in some way. Adjoa is an artist, educator, writer and editor with a background in design anthropology. Her practice is concerned with the entanglement between narrative, the archive, pedagogy, black ontology, infrapolitics, and spatial consciousness. She is founder of Saman Archive, a gathering of photographic negatives encountered across Ghana, through which she explores models of institution building grounded in Akan temporalities and West African technologies of social and historical mediation. In her show The Sea it Slopes Like a Mountain with Auto Italia, Adjoa sets out to translate a series of trips into the grammar of an exhibition. Adjoa documented and travelled 330 miles along the Ghanian coast from Beyin to Keta, a stretch of sand, soil and rock with more European former slave forts than anywhere else on the African continent. Using sand gathered from the locations of personal significance she sculpted objects selected for their function as sonic, linguistic, spiritual and historical technologies. In The Sea, the Shores and its Memories Adjoa spoke to Tate Modern International Curator Osei Bonsu about how all this came together and the next steps for this exhibition which continues on to the Nubuke Foundation.

    Boy.Brother.Friend Magazine is a print publication which seeks to examine the diaspora and male identities through contemporary art, fashion, and theory. Issue 4 explores the theme of Value, which unfolds over four chapters: The Importance of Being Earnest, Moral Code, Family Values, & RWA – Rich With an Attitude, featuring Kareem Reid, Jeri Hilt, Azza Yousif, Jessica Madavo and more.

    Contributors

    • Adam Garland
    • Adetolani Davies Jr
    • Adjoa Armah
    • Alex Mein
    • Alexander Ikhide
    • Azza Yousif
    • Charlene Prempeh
    • Edet Udosen
    • Ekow Barnes
    • Fatoumata Diabate
    • Inez Van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin
    • Jebi Labembika
    • Jeri Hilt Writer
    • Jessica Madavo
    • Jo Frost
    • Jonathon Johnson
    • Juergen Strohmayer
    • Kareem Reid
    • Kim Rance
    • Lawis Dalton Gilbert
    • Louisa Trapier
    • Mahoro Seward
    • Matthew Benson
    • Mewalga Mohamad
    • Nelson Cj
    • Osei Bonsu
    • Paa Joe
    • Pablo Kuemin
    • Paul Mendez
    • Pieter Hugo
    • Rita Mawuena
    • Sandy Alibo
    • Sil Bruinsma
    • Tarek Mouganie
    • Thiery Do Nascimento
    • Tony Tagoe
    • …and many more

    Details: Boy.Brother.Friend – Issue 4

    250 pages, 23 x 30 cm

    Article No. bfboybrotherfriend0004 Published by Boy.Brother.Friend Manufactured in United Kingdom Available in English Tags · Reading situation Coffee Shop · Home Weight 1350 g Dimensions 23 × 30 × 2 cm

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    Boy.Brother.Friend Issue 4 (the Value Issue) is available now on loremnotipsum.com. Issue 4 explores the theme of Value, which unfolds over four chapters: The Importance of Being Earnest, Moral Code, Family Values, & RWA – Rich With an Attitude, featuring Kareem Reid, Jeri Hilt, Azza Yousif, Jessica Madavo and more.

    Lu Philippe Guilmette joins Boy.Brother.Friend as contributing Fashion Director, in Face Value he recruited photographic artist Pieter Hugo to create a masterclass in beauty story making. They unpack various types of Value signifiers in a superbly grotesque yet striking kind of way.

    We met Moses Sumney at the David Adjaye designed Sandbox Beach Club for a function being hosted by actress Michaela Coel. He was in head to toe black and exuded so much confidence we instantly became friendly. He told us how home-coming was extremely important to him and his practice as a Musician/Artist amongst other things. We continued speaking and met again in London where he walked the Burberry by Riccardo Tisci London Fashion Week show and again in Venice where he gave an incredible performance for the opening of Kehinde Wiley’s solo show An Archeology of Science at the Fondazione Giorgo Cini for the 59th Venice Biennale. Legendary Dutch photographers Inez Van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin have been vocal supporters of Boy.Brother.Friend since we launched so it only made sense to suggest a portrait sitting with Moses which they loved. Supported by Burberry and Riccardo Tisci we made some striking imagery for No one can really define my Blackness. It is mine to define. Moses was interviewed by writer, creative producer and fellow Ghanian Ekow Barnes.

    If you look at all our previous issues one name pops up every time. So when we found out Adjoa Armah first traveling solo exhibition was in the works we knew we had to be involved in some way. Adjoa is an artist, educator, writer and editor with a background in design anthropology. Her practice is concerned with the entanglement between narrative, the archive, pedagogy, black ontology, infrapolitics, and spatial consciousness. She is founder of Saman Archive, a gathering of photographic negatives encountered across Ghana, through which she explores models of institution building grounded in Akan temporalities and West African technologies of social and historical mediation. In her show The Sea it Slopes Like a Mountain with Auto Italia, Adjoa sets out to translate a series of trips into the grammar of an exhibition. Adjoa documented and travelled 330 miles along the Ghanian coast from Beyin to Keta, a stretch of sand, soil and rock with more European former slave forts than anywhere else on the African continent. Using sand gathered from the locations of personal significance she sculpted objects selected for their function as sonic, linguistic, spiritual and historical technologies. In The Sea, the Shores and its Memories Adjoa spoke to Tate Modern International Curator Osei Bonsu about how all this came together and the next steps for this exhibition which continues on to the Nubuke Foundation.

    Boy.Brother.Friend Magazine is a print publication which seeks to examine the diaspora and male identities through contemporary art, fashion, and theory. Issue 4 explores the theme of Value, which unfolds over four chapters: The Importance of Being Earnest, Moral Code, Family Values, & RWA – Rich With an Attitude, featuring Kareem Reid, Jeri Hilt, Azza Yousif, Jessica Madavo and more.

    Contributors

    • Adam Garland
    • Adetolani Davies Jr
    • Adjoa Armah
    • Alex Mein
    • Alexander Ikhide
    • Azza Yousif
    • Charlene Prempeh
    • Edet Udosen
    • Ekow Barnes
    • Fatoumata Diabate
    • Inez Van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin
    • Jebi Labembika
    • Jeri Hilt Writer
    • Jessica Madavo
    • Jo Frost
    • Jonathon Johnson
    • Juergen Strohmayer
    • Kareem Reid
    • Kim Rance
    • Lawis Dalton Gilbert
    • Louisa Trapier
    • Mahoro Seward
    • Matthew Benson
    • Mewalga Mohamad
    • Nelson Cj
    • Osei Bonsu
    • Paa Joe
    • Pablo Kuemin
    • Paul Mendez
    • Pieter Hugo
    • Rita Mawuena
    • Sandy Alibo
    • Sil Bruinsma
    • Tarek Mouganie
    • Thiery Do Nascimento
    • Tony Tagoe
    • …and many more

    Details: Boy.Brother.Friend – Issue 4

    250 pages, 23 x 30 cm

    Article No. bfboybrotherfriend0004 Published by Boy.Brother.Friend Manufactured in United Kingdom Available in English Tags · Reading situation Coffee Shop · Home Weight 1350 g Dimensions 23 × 30 × 2 cm

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