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Spiros Politis

(1969-), Photographer

Artist of 7 portraits
Politis is a Greek photographer, born in Denmark in 1969. He moved to the UK in 1989 and studied at Bournemouth and Poole College of Art & Design from 1990-1993 under Tony Maestri and Geoff Drury. He has been based in London since 1993 and is the recipient of many awards including the Association of Photographers Gold Award 2019 for his portrait of Yasmine Nagdhi, a principal dancer in the Royal Ballet.

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Ricky Gervais, by Spiros Politis - NPG x125840

Ricky Gervais

by Spiros Politis
C-type colour print, December 2001
NPG x125840

Ms Dynamite, by Spiros Politis - NPG x128894

Ms Dynamite

by Spiros Politis
C-type colour print, 9 May 2002
NPG x128894

Ms Dynamite, by Spiros Politis - NPG x125674

Ms Dynamite

by Spiros Politis
C-type colour print, 9 May 2002
NPG x125674

Badly Drawn Boy, by Spiros Politis - NPG x125675

Badly Drawn Boy

by Spiros Politis
C-type colour print, June 2002
NPG x125675

Beth Orton, by Spiros Politis - NPG x125835

Beth Orton

by Spiros Politis
C-type colour print, June 2002
NPG x125835

Daniel Craig, by Spiros Politis - NPG x126833

Daniel Craig

by Spiros Politis
C-type colour print, July 2004
NPG x126833

Duffy, by Spiros Politis - NPG x131718

Duffy

by Spiros Politis
C-type colour print, 7 December 2007
NPG x131718

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spiros politis

21 April 2020, 11:49

Greek, born in Denmark in 1969. Moved to UK in 1989. Studied at Bournemouth and Poole College of Art & Design,U.K, from 1990-1993 under Tony Maestri and Geoff Drury.
London based since 1993 and recipient of many awards including Association Of Photographers Gold Award 2019 for portrait of Royal Opera Ballet Dancer Yasmine Nagdhi.

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