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    Polixeni Papapetrou // Works // The Ghillies 2012

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    • Monash Gallery of Art

      Polixeni Papapetrou; Melbourne-based photographer; Poli is taking her masked/costumed people to a whole new level in her 2012 series The Ghillies; Also well-known for her series based on Alice in Wonderland

    • Denis Olivier

      Polixeni Papapetrou, The Dreamkeepers, Photography - Stills Gallery, Sydney, Australia

    • blaublume

      The Ghillies by Polixeni Papapetrou » Design You Trust. Design, Culture & Society.

    • Carol Resnick

      Image: Dune Man, The Ghillies, 2012 by Polexini Papapetrou

    • Didzsa Strange

      Polixeni Papapetrou // The Ghillies 2013 // Dune Man 2013

    • The Chance of Rain

      Polixeni Papapetrou // Dune Man 2013 // Pigment Ink Print

    • Danny Wehbe

      Polixeni Papapetrou // Works // The Ghillies 2013

    • Carol Pietrantoni

      Dune Man 2012 © Copyright Polixeni Papapetrou

    • Christine Malek

      Polixeni Papapetrou Dune Man 2012

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