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Derrick Santini (1965-)

Artist of 4 portraits
Scarborough born Santini is now based in London and New York. His photographs have appeared in magazines including i-D , Vogue, Flaunt and Nylon. Persona, a book of his portraits, was published in 2004.

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Karl Martin Weschke

by Derrick Santini
C-type colour print, circa 1995
NPG x127323

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Alice Thomas Ellis (Anna Margaret Haycraft)

by Derrick Santini
C-type colour print, circa 1997
NPG x127324

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Mica Paris

by Derrick Santini
C-type colour print, early 2000s
NPG x128872

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Saffron Dominique Burrows

by Derrick Santini
bromide fibre print, June 2001
NPG x127322

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