4 Sisters Beautifully Age in 40-Year Photo Series
Entertainment| | By Jason Owen
When Nicholas Nixon was visiting his wife’s family in the summer of 1975, he asked all four sisters – left to right: Heather, Mimi, BeBe, and Laurie – to stand together for a picture. A year later, at the graduation of one, the sisters lined up again in the same order. From then on, Nixon has photographed the siblings every year to document their growing up and old together.
The series of time-capsule photos went on display at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City in an exhibit that coincided with the publication of the museum’s book, The Brown Sisters: Forty Years, which was released in November 2014.
Take a peek at this amazing photo series documenting these siblings’ aging over nearly 40 years together.