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Posts Tagged ‘Diana Markosian’

“Russian-born, Brooklyn-based Nadia Sablin has traveled extensively around her home country. Through portraiture and landscape she provides insight into the life of cities and isolated villages alike, like in this image taken from the series ‘Endless Summer.’”—Anastasiia Fedorova Nadia Sablin, winner of the 2014 CDS/Honickman First Book Prize in Photography, has been named one of the […]

For most of my life, my father was nothing more than a cut out in our family album. An empty hole. I was seven years old when I last saw him. But even before that, he was missing from my life. The Soviet Union had long collapsed and by then so had my family. I have […]

“Picture books, books of photographs, are not being lost to the digital revolution; if anything they have become only more meaningful, more treasured.”—Sandra S. Phillips, 2014 First Book Prize judge Congratulations to Nadia Sablin, a freelance photographer based in Brooklyn, New York, who was selected by renowned curator and historian Sandra S. Phillips, senior curator of photography […]