The New Yorker: “Dina Oganova’s faces of Georgia”

"Everyone loves to see how I make the photos.”, Apr 10, 2014, Tbilisi, Georgia

Images of Georgia through the eyes of Georgian photographer Dina Oganove was published in the New Yorker’s Photo Booth section on April 8.

Dina Oganova’s twelve photos expressed faces, culture and lifestyle of Georgian people in the Caucasus country.

Oganova prefers her subjects to be strangers and she told me that most Georgian people readily agree to be photographed. They don’t understand that a photographer is a profession. she says. 

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