Born in New Jersey in 1957, Robin graduated in Fine Arts and Photography from the Pratt Institute in New York. Her work forms part of the permanent collection of prestigious institutions including the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the MoMA (New York), and the Smithsonian American Art Museum (Washington). She was credited as a finalist at the Hyères Festival of Fashion and Photography in 2010, she was presented at the annual National Geographic seminar, and also appeared this year in a master talk at the LOOK3 Festival at Charlottesville. She has published three books, Like us. Primate Portraits, Dog Watching and Amelia’s World, the latter published by Aperture.
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