Rena Silverman

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Independent
   
Location: New York
Nationality: American
Biography: I am a cultural reporter based in New York. I write about all sorts of subjects, but tend to focus on photography. I contribute to The New York Times Lens Blog , NPR , National Geographic, and more.   I am the author of " Women... MORE
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Moving Freely, and Photographing, in Marseille -LENS blog
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My article for The New York Times Lens Blog on Joan Liftin, photographer, former head of ICP, and also former modern dancer. Read here
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