Discipline: Visual Art – photography

Nadia Sablin

Discipline: Visual Art – photography
Region: Poughkeepsie, NY
MacDowell fellowships: 2018

Nadia Sablin is a photographer, whose work investigates the relationship between documentary and fictional storytelling and explores the larger world through close personal narratives. Her photographs have been seen in solo and group exhibitions internationally and her work is in the public collections of Philadelphia Museum of Art, Portland Art Museum, Cleveland Museum of Art, and Duke University's Rubenstein library. As a recipient of Center for Documentary Studies/Honickman First Book Prize in Photography, Sablin’s monograph, Aunties, was published by Duke University Press/CDS in 2015. At MacDowell she edited photographs and wrote short stories for a book about the Russian Arctic.



Nadia Sablin worked in the Nef studio.

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