Dina Litovsky

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Dina Litovsky was born in Ukraine in 1979 and moved to New York City at the age of 11. Before earning an MFA in Photography from the School of Visual Arts in 2010 she received a BA in Psychology from New York University. Combining both fields, Dina sees her work as visual sociology. Her two ongoing projects, Untag This Photo and Bachelorette, explore different aspects of contemporary female culture, focusing on social performances and group interactions. Recently, Dina was awarded NPPA Best of Photojournalism 2012 Award in the Art of Entertainment category. Her work has been exhibited at the Snap 2012 Festival in Orlando, at the PRC Exposure 2011 judged by Whitney Johnson of the New Yorker and in Onward ‘11 Emerging Photographer exhibition. She is represented by Anastasia Photo gallery in New York City.

Dina Litovsky Red Paint
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Red Paint

New York City, 2010

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