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Lorenzo Agius (1962-), Photographer

Artist of 6 portraits
Agius studied Art and Art History at the University of East Anglia, moved to London in 1983 and started to assist in photography. In 1989 he became a freelance photographer specialising in fashion and portraits. His work has been published in Vanity Fair, Vogue, Elle and i-D. His film poster commissions are instantly recognisable and include Trainspotting, Jude, Spiceworld, Trees Lounge and Sliding Doors.

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Thandie Newton

by Lorenzo Agius
digital bromide print, 7 June 2007
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Ralph Fiennes

by Lorenzo Agius
bromide print, 1996
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Kate Elizabeth Winslet

by Lorenzo Agius
bromide print, 7 July 1998
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David Beckham

by Lorenzo Agius
bromide print, November 1998
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David Beckham

by Lorenzo Agius
contact sheet, November 1998
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