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CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 11/4/2023

Andrew Dosunmu signing 'Monograph' at ICP

Saturday, November 4 from 4 to 5 PM, International Center of Photography will host the internationally acclaimed Nigerian filmmaker, photographer and music-video director Andrew Dosunmu for the signing of his new book, Monograph, published by Damiani.

Andrew Dosunmu signing 'Monograph' at ICP

Dosunmu will also be curating a selection of books for the November session of the ICP Photobook Club held on November 18, 11 AM ET.

Andrew Dosunmu signing 'Monograph' at ICP

About the Book
The first photography book by the internationally acclaimed Nigerian filmmaker, photographer, and music video director Andrew Dosunmu, Monograph offers a personal selection of visionary work created over the past 20 years.

Andrew Dosunmu signing 'Monograph' at ICP

Featuring sumptuously colorful images, the book presents the visual world of Dosunmu. Monograph includes stills from Dosunmu’s music videos and the 2022 Netflix film Beauty, as well as portraits of stylish individuals on the streets of Dakar, Mumbai, Cartagena, and elsewhere. Woven together in non-chronological order, images play off one another and are laid out in various orientations.

Andrew Dosunmu signing 'Monograph' at ICP

Throughout his career, Nigerian photographer and filmmaker Andrew Dosunmu has developed a prolific personal body of work that until now has never been published. He came to prominence in the U.S. with music videos for numerous acclaimed artists, and he is the director of Hot Irons, Restless City, Mother of George, Where Is Kyra?, and Beauty, all of which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. Dosunmu has published his photography in music and fashion magazines such as The Face, Vibe, Fader, Vogue Hommes, Paper, and Interview, and has been commissioned by international brands such as Nike and Adidas. Dosunmu lives between New York City and Lagos, Nigeria.

Andrew Dosunmu signing 'Monograph' at ICP

'Andrew Dosunmu: Monograph' book signing
Saturday, November 4: 4–5 PM
International Center of Photography
79 Essex Street
New York, NY 10002

Images: Film still: 'Beauty,' 2022; 'Ogun State,' 2018; 'Aja,' 2010; Film still: 'Where is Kyra; Lesotho,' 2010, all by Andrew Dosunmu
Andrew Dosunmu signing 'Monograph' at ICP
Andrew Dosunmu signing 'Monograph' at ICP
Andrew Dosunmu signing 'Monograph' at ICP

Andrew Dosunmu: Monograph

Andrew Dosunmu: Monograph

Damiani
Hbk, 8.5 x 11.75 in. / 196 pgs / 192 color.

$59.95  free shipping