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Robin Graubard was born in New York City and currently lives and works there. She is a graduate of NYU Film School. Her exhibition history includes “Random Access” and “Take a Picture It Lasts Longer” at Office Baroque, Brussels; “General Meeting” at Freehouse, London; “Backgrounds” at Carl Louie, Toronto; “Presumed Innocence” at DeCordova Museum, Boston; “Noise: Young American Photography” at TH-Inside, Milan and Berlin. Graubard’s work has also been presented in numerous exhibitions in New York, including solo exhibitions “Jungle” at JTT, “The Hold Up” at Participant Inc., and “The Doll Hospital” at Anthology Film Archives, as well as group shows “Incomplete” at White Columns, “New Age End of the World” at Taxter & Spengemann, “Indigestible Correctness I”

at Participant Inc., “Lush Life” at Collette Blanchard Gallery, and “50 Artists

Photograph the Future” at Higher Pictures.

Graubard is a recipient of The Rema Hort Mann Foundation grant and has been nominated for two Pulitzer prizes. Her photographs have been published by The New York Times, Paris Match, The Guardian, Time, Newsweek, Der Spiegel, Die Welt, Berliner Morgenstern, The European, Unicef, International Rescue Committee The New York Post, HBO, Sundance and others. In 1976, Graubard produced, directed and edited a film of The Talking Heads and The Ramones. Her work is included in the collections of The Bronx Museum of Fine Arts, The Whitney Museum and others.

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