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Nadia Sablin, The Sisters Lehman
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Nadia Sablin

The Sisters Lehman, Phoenix, Arizona, 2011
Website - NadiaSablin.com

Nadia Sablin was born in the Soviet Union and moved to the United States when she was twelve. Her work has been exhibited at the Griffin Museum of Photography, Wall Space Seattle and Jen Bekman gallery among others. She now divides her time between St Petersburg, Russia and New York City, where she is pursuing several photographic projects.

Posted on Thursday, December 8, 2011.

 

 

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