Ajamu is a fine art photographic artist and archive-curator whose work has been consistently shown in galleries, museums and alternative spaces throughout the United Kingdom and internationally. He is predominately known for black male portraits, self-portraits and studio-based constructed imagery. His work has been published in a wide variety of publications, critical art journals, and campaign materials and resides in many private and public collections worldwide. Through experimentation and risk taking, his practice challenges staid notions of identity politics, recognition and representation. This approach, combined with the unquestionable beauty and the intensity of his 'playful yet serious’ imagery, produces some of the most moving and insightful images/collaborations on both black and queer lived experiences in contemporary Britain.

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