Four Faces of Ghana is a hand-bound book with 18 archival pigment prints depicting signs found in front of photo shops in many cities in Ghana. Ranging from the barely symbolic to practiced professionalism they almost all share a common design of four portraits in a grid depicting the same person. Several distinct painters hands can be seen even in this small set. Sadly the sign painting practice seems on the wane, with newer shops sporting large digital graphics while maintaining the same 4-square design.
Hard cover with book jacket, 9 x 8.75 inches, 32pp. From an edition of 6.