Dina Litovsky is an emerging artist who examines social performances and group interactions in both public and private spaces.
Dina was born in the Ukraine and moved to New York in 1991. After receiving her bachelor degree in Psychology from NYU, Dina turned to photography and has earned her MFA graduate degree in Photography, Video & Related Media from the School of Visual Arts, NY.
Dina's work has been published by a number of printed and online publications including the New York Times Style Magazine, Fodors Travel Guide, Hamburger Eyes Magazine, PDN Photo of the Day, New Yorker Photobooth, Camera Austria, aCurator, F-Stop Magazine, Bite! Magazine, Ca m'interesse, Lenscratch. Dina is based in New York City and travels extensively to photograph in the United States, Latin America, and Europe.
Honors and Awards
International Photography Awards 2011 - 1st Place, People/Culture Daylight/CDS Photo Awards 2011 - Honorable Mention Eddie Adams Workshop XXIV - Selected Photographer PRC Exposure 2011- Selected Photographer Onward '11 Emerging Photographer Competition - Selected Photographer Px3 Photo Awards 2011- Honorable Mention Review Santa Fe 2011 - Selected Photographer WPGA Pollux Awards 2011 - Honorable Mention Humankind Juried Photo Exhibition 2010 - Selected Photographer WPGA Black and White Competition 2010 - Honorable Mention Smithsonian Magazine Annual Award 2009 - Top 10 Finalist B&W Spider Awards 2008 - Nominee International Photography Awards 2009 - 3x Honorable Mentions