Dina Litovsky is a Ukraine-born photographer. Her imagery can be described as visual sociology. Her work examines different aspects of contemporary culture, often focusing on subcultures and social gatherings.
Litovsky is a regular contributor to National Geographic, the New York Times Magazine, TIME, the New Yorker, GQ, and New York Magazine.
In 2020, Dina won the Nannen Prize, Germany's foremost award for documentary photography. Other awards include the PDN 30, New and Emerging Photographers to Watch; Pictures of the Year International; National Press Photographers Association Best of Photojournalism, International Photography Awards and American Photography.
Selected exhibitions include group and solo shows at the Museum of the City of New York; Noordelicht Festival, Netherlands; Annenberg Space for Photography, Los Angeles; Anastasia Photo Gallery, New York City; Australian Center of Photography, The Fence, United States; Tanto Tempo Gallery, Japan; LightFactory Museum, Charlotte, North Carolina; BlueProject Foundation, Barcelona, Spain; and Snap! Orlando, Florida. Dina holds a bachelor's degree in psychology from New York University and a master of fine art in photography from the School of Visual Arts, New York.
Read more about her and her work at https://dinalitovsky.com.