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Nigel Parry (1961-), Photographer

Artist of 8 portraits
Nigel Parry began his photographic career in London and moved to New York in 1994. He has been commissioned to work for numerous publications, advertising agencies, entertainment and music companies around the world. His first book, Sharp, was published in 2000. Precious was released in 2004 and his monograph, Blunt, in 2006. His work has been exhibited worldwide at various galleries and museums and for Vanity Fair magazine.

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Glen Baxter

by Nigel Parry
bromide fibre print, 1987
NPG x30996


Bill Bryden

by Nigel Parry
bromide fibre print, 1987
NPG x30997


Irma Kurtz

by Nigel Parry
bromide fibre print, 1987
NPG x30998


(John) Robert McCrum

by Nigel Parry
bromide fibre print, 1987
NPG x30999


Ursula Margaret Owen

by Nigel Parry
bromide fibre print, 1987
NPG x31000


Jamie Reid

by Nigel Parry
bromide fibre print, 1987
NPG x31001


Colin Welland

by Nigel Parry
bromide fibre print, 1987
NPG x31002


Martin Amis

by Nigel Parry
C-type colour print, 1995
NPG x134042

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