Self Portraits Series by Penelope Koliopoulou

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Penelope Koliopoulou explore the concept of relationships, posing as man and women.

Penelope  is an art photographer born in Greece in 1987. Having received a BFA at the University of Ioannina and an MA (with distinction) in Fashion and Film at University of the Arts, she now lives and works in London. She creates directed self-portraits with a strong sense of narrative and the main themes of her pictures are gender, identity, domesticity, intimacy and sexuality.