Nick Sinclair

Photographer, Visual Artist

1963 –

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Who is Nick Sinclair?

Nick Sinclair is a photographer from the United Kingdom. The National Portrait Gallery in London holds 148 of his portrait photographs in its collection.

After graduating from West Surrey College of Art and Design in 1986, Sinclair moved to Amsterdam, where he lived for three years. He spent a year, working on The Stage project with a portable studio, on a project commissioned for the Gemeente Archief Amsterdam. In 1987 he was commissioned by the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam to photographed people involved in Amsterdam's art world. In 1989, Sinclair moved to London. In 1990 "The Stage", together with six portraits of peers were exhibited at The Photographers' Gallery, in London. In 1990 he started work on the Parliamentarians project from which came the first of his photographs to be acquired by the National Portrait Gallery. The project, together with a series of photographs of scientists commissioned by Cable and Wireless was exhibitted and toured by the NPG in 1994. In 1998 the NPG exhibitted a series of portraits of senior doctors, commissioned and published by the British Medical Journal, as "With Head & Hand & Heart".

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1963
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  • United Kingdom
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on July 23, 2013

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