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Nancy Borowick (b. 1985) is a humanitarian photographer currently based in New York City. She is a graduate of the Documentary Photography and Photojournalism program at the International Center of Photography and holds adegree in Anthropology from Union College.

Over the last 10 years Nancy narrowed the focus of her work, telling stories of illness and personal relationships, using compassion, humility, and trust as tools to connect with and explore the lives of her subjects. Nancy’s most recent focus has been her parents’ battles with cancer.

She is a regular contributor to the New York Times, Newsday, and Corbis and has also been featured in the International Herald Tribune, the New York Times LensBlog, CNN, National Geographic PROOF, Time Magazine, Photo District News, the Washington Post, Stern Magazine, and Newsweek Japan. In February of 2016 she was awarded 2nd prize in the Long Term Projects category in World Press Photo and was recently awarded the Arnold Newman Prize in New Directions in Photographic Portraiture, the Eddie Adams Workshop Award in Innovation in Visual Storytelling, and Honorable Mention in the NPPA Best of Photojournalism competition in the Contemporary Issues Storycategory. In 2014, Borowick was named one the Best of ASMP featured photographers as well as one of Lens Culture’s Top 50 Emerging Talents.

Her Cancer Family, Ongoing project was presented at the Visa Pour l’Image in Perpignan, France in 2014 and the following year, 2015, was exhibited at the festival. Her work has also been exhibited at the Look 3 Photography Festival in the USA, the Obscura Photo Festival in Malaysia, the Angkor Photography Festival in Cambodia, the Guate photo Festival in Guatemala, the Oberstdorfer Fotogipfel Photo festival in Germany, and the International Photo Festival Leiden in Holland. In 2016, Nancy presented at the Norrlandsdagarna Photo Festival in Sweden and the work will also be exhibited at the Lumix Festival for Young Photojournalism in Germany. The Cancer Family project was also exhibited in Spain at the Xavier Miserachs Biennial as well as at over 100 spaces around the world as part of the World Press Photo winners show.

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The Gallery Princeton is a space dedicated to promote History of Photography as Fine Art. The Gallery plans to exhibit works of world-renowned photographers, who have documented historic moments in the realm of space and time. There is little doubt nowadays that photography, aside from its enormous variety of applications, is legitimately considered a fine art discipline. Almost any well-known and reputed museum has sections dedicated solely to photographic art; and there are a number of museums and galleries dedicated specifically to photography.

Photography finally stood its ground and has found its place in the art world.

Studio Shraza is managed by Hasan R Sayed, who is highly experienced in the field of art and Photography. The space will also have workshops on photography as form of art. The studio shall associate itself with some of the leading Museums, Photographic Foundations and reputed syndication agencies to bring out prestigious Archives in public domain. Kulwant Roy Archive is one such collection, which shall mark the inauguration of our humble endeavor. Over the period of time we also plan to promote new talent in the field of photography by supporting and curating the shows.

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