Nadine Rovner, Girl in Distance
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Nadine Rovner

Girl in Distance, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2005
Website - NadineRovner.com

Nadine Rovner (b.1982) was raised in Southern New Jersey and holds a BFA in Photography from the School of Visual Arts in New York City. Her work has been shown in exhibitions around the country; most recently it was included in Keystone 1, Pennsylvania’s first photography biennial, organized by the Silver Eye Center for Photography. Rovner has received a number of awards for her work, including The Print Center’s solo exhibition award in 2008. Also in 2008, she was included in the Humble Arts Foundation’s exhibition 31 Under 31: Young Women in Art Photography as well as The Collector’s Guide to Emerging Art Photography.

Posted on Wednesday, March 19, 2008.

 

 

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