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Natali Sabina Bravo-Barbee (born, Córdoba, Argentina) creates works at the boundary of photography and sculpture. Bravo-Barbee has been photographing her world since the age of fifteen, incorporating alternative processes such as cyanotype into her practice. 


​The artist's practice uncovers lived memories ​of her family's flight from Argentina while simultaneously investigating post-colonial 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 is on the committee of the Southeast Queens Artist Alliance (SEQAA). 

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