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Natali Sabina Bravo-Barbee (born, Córdoba, Argentina) creates works that bridge the boundaries of photography and installation sculpture. Bravo-Barbee continues to document the world around her via photography, as she has since the age of fifteen. She incorporates alternative processes such as cyanotype into her practice to explore the range of what is possible within her image-based practice.
The artist merges the personal with the political in her practice.She uncovers lived memories of her family's flight from Argentina in her childhood while simultaneously investigating postcolonial and feminist topics. Bravo-Barbee holds an MFA from City College, CUNY and a BA, Studio Art from Hunter College, CUNY. She lives and works in Queens, New York and actively participates on the steering committee  of the Southeast Queens Artist Alliance (SEQAA). Her works have been exhibited at York College Fine Art Gallery, Mattatuck Museum, Flushing Townhall, Queens Botanical Garden and Light Art Space.
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