Dimitris Yeros was born in Greece in 1948. Since 1973, his work has belonged to European Post-Surrealism including his early paintings. He was one of the first artists to present Video Art, Mail Art, and Performance Art in Greece. In 1975 he started employing photography to create fine art and made several series, but in 1985 he turned to more academic forms: still lifes, landscapes, and portraits. In 1987, he started the significant photographic series entitled Theory of the Nude and later the series For a Definition of the Nude. Also a portrait photographer, he has shot many creative personalities...
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