Friday, March 11 - 4:30PM to 4:50PM
For the last three years, Nadia Sablin spent the summer in a Russian village, photographing her elderly aunts' quiet occupations, and the small world surrounding them. Their life spent in the routine of chores, handiwork ,and puzzles seems untouched by the passage of time.
Nadia Sablin's work has been shown at the Newspace Center for Photography, Jen Bekman Gallery, and the Griffin Museum of Photography, among others. She is graduating from Arizona State University with an MFA in photography in May 2011.