Overview participating exhibitions
Since she started to take photographs a few years ago of the New York nightlife in all its different manifestations, Dina Litovsky has seen a change in clubbers: the focus has shifted from partying to taking photos of the parties. Litovsky became fascinated by the often exhibitionist behaviour of women who rather remarkably use their personal control over their image formation simply to confirm stereotypes. In UNTAG THIS PHOTO, she examines how public behaviour is influenced through the embracement of digital cameras, smartphones and online social networks in domains that were once private.
Dina Litovsky (Soviet Union, 1979) was born in the Ukraine and moved to New York in 1991. In 2010, she obtained her Master of Fine Arts at the School of Visual Arts in New York, and has since considered herself to be a professional photographer. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, Photo District News, Stern and Newsweek Japan.