Rotimi Fani Kayode was a Nigerian-born British photographer. He was a member of the Brixton Artists Collective and his work explored tensions between race and sexuality, masculinity and culture. His life was cut short at the age of 34, but his groundbreaking portrait work has become a major influence in contemporary photography and cemented his reputation as a pivotal figure in black photography.
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