Photographer Diana Markosian's parents separated when she was seven years old, her mother leaving her father in Moscow to begin anew in California. From that point on, Markosian and her brother scarcely heard from their father. With no pictures for posterity and no formal goodbye to remember, they even forgot what he looked like.
Fifteen years later, Markosian decided to reconnect with her phantom parent, traveling to his home in Armenia -- where her family once resided -- to piece together a relationship with a man she hardly knew. The reunion was bittersweet. "For so long I was determined to have a father, so I had invente...
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