The Natalia Sarkissian NC Archive Page

 

Natalia Sarkissian

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Natalia Sarkissian holds a BA and MA in art history, an MBA in international finance and an MFA in Writing from the Vermont College of Fine Arts. Her writing and photographs have been published in the US and Italy by the University of Texas Press, IPSOA publishers, Corriere della Sera, The Huffington Post, Numéro Cinq and other publications. She divides her time between Italy and the United States.

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Nonfiction:

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Boar Hunting in Tuscany: Text & Photographs

Abused in the Alps: Text & Photographs

Naguib Mahfouz, Palace Walk and Old Cairo

My First Job

Sabah Al Khair Habibti, A Collage

On the Hunt for Elusive Literary Game: The Premio Bagutta

A Letter from Italy

Missing Dad

Quality Time on the Bay of Silence, Sestri Levante

What It’s Like Living Here [Milan]

What It’s Like Living Here, II [Milan]

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Photo Essays:

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Numéro Cinq Does High Fashion: Masquerade in Milan

Drenched in Venice: Text & Photographs

Death By Oranges: Ivrea at Carnival

The 19th Century & Milan’s Duomo: A Collage of Impressions and Photographs

Highs & Lows on the Bay of Fundy

Revisiting Tahrir Square

Gauteng and the Cape Peninsula: Encountering South Africa

L’Immacolata: The Feast of the Immaculate Conception in Liguria, Italy

The Feast of Sacrifice: Eid-al-Adha at Alexandria, Egypt

Postcards from Italy: Lake Como

Siena’s Palio: A Medieval Horserace Turns Viral

Tahrir Square: August 2011

The Sky is Red at Bordeaux

Egypt After the Revolution

Egypt After the Revolution, II

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Book Reviews:

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The Dance of Entanglement: A Review of Marguerite Duras’ L’Amour

  2 Responses to “The Natalia Sarkissian NC Archive Page”

  1. […] best shots and develop a visual and textual narrative that I then either blog about or publish at Numéro Cinq magazine where I am a staff […]

  2. […] Press, IPSOA publishers, Corriere della Sera, The Huffington Post and Numéro Cinq Magazine (www.numerocinqmagazine.com) where I have been a Contributing Editor and Contributor since 2010.  My photo essay for Numéro […]

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