So far there have been fifty-eight individual exhibitions of his work in galleries and museums, in Greece and other countries, and he has also had a number of books published.
His book Shades of Love, inspired by poems of C.P. Cavafy with a foreword by Edward Albee and an introduction by John Wood, was included in the Top Ten list of the best books of 2011 selected by the American Library Association. The next book was Photographing Gabriel García Márquez with an introduction by Edward Lucie-Smith, and his most recent book is Another Narcissus, with a poem by Edward Albee and an introduction by John Wood (Phyllo, 2016).
Numerous works by Dimitris Yeros are to be found in private collections, national galleries and museums worldwide: Tate Britain, the International Center of Photography, New York, Maison Européenne de la Photographie, Paris, the National Portrait Gallery London, the British Museum, and elsewhere.
Regarding the photographs of this exhibition Dimitris Yeros remarks:
"Lesbos is a Greek island at the edge of the Aegean, close to the Turkish coast. In recent years it has become more widely known because of the thousands of impoverished refugees and migrants who arrive there illegally in order to seek happiness in a European country.
"It has a long and noteworthy history. Inhabited since prehistoric times, Lesbos was the birthplace of great ancient poets such as Sappho, Alcaeus, Terpander and Arion.
"I happened to visit Lesbos in 1986 for a holiday, and it has since become my second home; it is where I prefer to spend my summers.