Dutch-Ghanaian photographer Casper Kofi’s work uses portraiture and fashion to explore a contemporary representation of male identity. His work offers diverse and intimate vignettes of his subjects, often referencing a nostalgic aesthetic, bringing together personal moments and theatrical qualities.
Through experiments with colour and light, in studio and on location, he imbues his portraits of young men with a sense of playfulness and longing, alongside his own romanticised notions and ideas about identity and beauty.
His work with friends, dancers, models and street-cast locals has been published in DUST, Citizen, Fantastic Man, British Vogue and The Gentlewoman. He has been commissioned by Paul Smith, Rimowa, Grace Wales-Bonner and Loewe.
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