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Nicola Kurtz (1971-)

Artist of 31 portraits
Nicola Kurtz is an international award winning portrait and documentary photographer. She won the Amnesty International Media Award for Photojournalism in 2005 for the work 'Flames of Desperation' published in the Sunday Times Magazine. Her solo exhibitions at The National Portrait Gallery have included Authors of Murder and Leading British Environmentalists. Her work has been published in many magazines such as the Sunday Times Magazine, the Independent on Sunday Review, the FT Magazine and the Independent on Saturday Magazine.

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David Andrew Leach

by Nicola Kurtz
bromide fibre print, 1998
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Chaz Brenchley

by Nicola Kurtz
bromide fibre print, October 2001
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Frances Fyfield

by Nicola Kurtz
bromide fibre print, November 2001
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Martina Cole

by Nicola Kurtz
bromide fibre print, October 2001
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Julian Christopher Rathbone

by Nicola Kurtz
bromide fibre print, October 2001
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Clare Curzon

by Nicola Kurtz
bromide fibre print, October 2001
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Nicci French (Sean French; Nicci Gerrard)

by Nicola Kurtz
bromide fibre print, October 2001
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(Norman) Colin Dexter

by Nicola Kurtz
bromide fibre print, December 2001
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Ian Rankin

by Nicola Kurtz
bromide fibre print, December 2001
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Joolz Denby (née Julianne Mumford)

by Nicola Kurtz
bromide fibre print, October 2001
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Stella Duffy

by Nicola Kurtz
bromide fibre print, October 2001
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Andrew Taylor

by Nicola Kurtz
bromide fibre print, October 2001
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P.D. James

by Nicola Kurtz
bromide fibre print, December 2001
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Mike Phillips

by Nicola Kurtz
bromide fibre print, December 2001
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Minette Caroline Mary Walters

by Nicola Kurtz
bromide fibre print, December 2001
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Val McDermid

by Nicola Kurtz
bromide fibre print, February 2002
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H.R.F. Keating

by Nicola Kurtz
bromide fibre print, January 2002
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Timothy Wentworth Beaumont, Baron Beaumont of Whitley

by Nicola Kurtz
C-type colour print, 7 December 2002
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Edward René David Goldsmith

by Nicola Kurtz
C-type colour print, 14 November 2002
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Patrick Holden

by Nicola Kurtz
C-type colour print, 16 December 2002
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