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“I spent, probably a better part of my life learning how to take photographs, learning how to be a better photographer, and that doesn’t necessarily translate into designing a book, or knowing who to contact, or distributing, or any of that. Any of those multitude of things that you need to do to put a […]

Please stop by our table and say hello! Nadia Sablin will be available to sign copies of Aunties. April 1 and 2, 2016, at The Annex on Filbert. And don’t miss the By the Book exhibition, featuring Nadia’s prints and book, at the Print Center at 1614 Latimer Street.  

Every picture tells a story. Check out this feature on Nadia Sablin’s Aunties—“Sisterly Love and Tradition in a Remote Russian Village.” For instance, for “Two-Handed Saw, 2014,” Nadia Sablin shared the following with ABC News: “Most of the neighbors have switched to power tools to run their households, the buzz of chain saws and weed-whackers overpowering the […]

Aunties: Nadia Sablin is on exhibit at Northlight Gallery in Tempe, Arizona, through March 5. Not to be missed! Northlight Gallery curator Liz Allen says, “We are thrilled to feature the work of ASU alumni during the first year in our new space at Grant Street Studios. Nadia’s project caught my attention while she was […]

Nadia Sablin‘s Aunties is part of an exhibition at Philadelphia’s Print Center titled By the Book: Recent Photography Publications, which also features books and photographs by Keliy Anderson-Staley, Jesse Burke, Stephania Bursese, David Hartt, Justine Kurland, Andrea Modica, and Will Steacy. The exhibit is on view from February 5–April 23, 2016. “Motivated by a booming interest in photo […]

“Nadia Sablin’s elderly aunts pick pails full of blueberries and bowls of tiny strawberries in her series “Aunties: The Seven Summers of Alevtina and Ludmila,” but the images hold few other clues about when they were made—the life her subjects lead looks timeless. The photos were made in the house Sablin’s grandfather built in a […]

_psEmbed(“http://cdsporch.photoshelter.com”, “fallback=1”); “On a more tender note, Aunties: The Seven Summers of Alevtina and Ludmila, by Nadia Sablin (Duke University Press and the Center for Documentary Studies), is a book made out of pure love. Sablin, who lives in Brooklyn, visits her two elderly aunties every summer, capturing their simple, self-sufficient life in a wooden house […]

On November 11, the day before her exhibition opening, artist’s talk, and  book signing for Aunties at Duke’s Rubenstein Library Photography Gallery, Nadia Sablin was interviewed on WUNC’s The State of Things. You can listen in as Nadia speaks with host Frank Stasio here.  

November 12, 2015, 5:30–7:30 p.m.: An opening event at Duke’s Rubenstein Library Photography Gallery for the exhibition Aunties: The Seven Summers of Alevtina and Ludmila that includes a reception, artist’s talk, and book signing.  In 2014, Nadia Sablin was chosen by renowned curator and historian Sandra S. Phillips to win the seventh biennial Center for Documentary Studies/Honickman First Book Prize in Photography for her color series […]

Nadia Sablin’s Aunties on press at Four Colour Imports this week. We’re so excited to see the book!  

Wesley Hogan Director, Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University and Deborah Jakubs Rita DiGiallonardo Holloway University Librarian and Vice Provost for Library Affairs, Duke University Cordially invite you to an artist’s talk and reception for Aunties: The Seven Summers of Alevtina and Ludmila Photographs by Nadia Sablin Selected by Sandra S. Phillips to win […]

All Photographs by Nadia Sablin, Durham, North Carolina, August 2015

A Many Splintered Thing, curated by Greg McCartney and Susanne Stich and featuring Bieke Depoorter, Irina Popova, Jana Romanova, and Nadia Sablin, is on view through September 12, 2015, at Void in Derry, Northern Ireland. The show, Void’s first group photo exhibition, features work by four women who were born in Russia at the end of the Soviet era. “Three […]

“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 […]

Duke University Press’s Fall 2015 catalog has just arrived, and Nadia Sablin’s aunts are on the cover. Here is the cover of the special brochure for Nadia’s book that goes inside each catalog—

Nadia Sablin, a freelance photographer based in Brooklyn, New York, was chosen by renowned photography curator and art historian Sandra S. Phillips to win the seventh biennial Center for Documentary Studies/Honickman First Book Prize in Photography in 2014. The editing, design, and production of Nadia Sablin’s winning first prize book, Aunties, is solidly under way. […]

“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 […]