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Anthony Barboza

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Anthony Barboza

Anthony Barboza is an American visual artist best known for his photography of African American people and culture. Born in New York City, he graduated from the School of Industrial Arts in New York in 1956, and studied airbrush painting, photography, and graphic arts at New York University from 1958-1959. Barboza's career as a photographer began in the 1960s when he worked extensively for Ebony magazine and developed a relationship with musician and artist Jimi Hendrix. In 1977, Barboza won the Award of Excellence from the American Society of Magazine Photographers for his work on the album cover of Miles Davis' Agharta. Other works by Barboza include collections of photographs of celebrities and musicians such as Marvin Gaye, James Brown, and Aretha Franklin, as well as artworks featuring jazz musicians.

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