Tina Psoinos is a Multidisciplinary Artist and a Fine Art Photographer offering an alternative view of the world she sees blurring the borders of reality and imagination. She received a Bachelor in Fine Arts and continued her studies towards a Masters in Photography at Hunter College, NY, under the Master Photographer Roy DeCarava - National Medal of Arts 2006. Tina’s work, in public and private collections internationally, including The World Bank Headquarters, Wahington DC and Yuko Nii Foundation, Brooklyn, NY, has received many awards and inclusions in exhibitions and publications.
Her series Urban Reflections, NYC Chapter won category first price in the 9th Julia Margaret Cameron Awards 2016 and earned Tina her second participation in the Berlin Foto Biennale 2016. In 2017, her artwork tribute to George Michael was featured on NBC and the Huffington Post. She was among the winning artists at the BWAC Recycle awarded for innovation and use of material. This year she received another Honorable Mention at the Special Edition of the Julia Margaret Cameron Awards, Women Seen by Women and is participating in the Barcelona Foto Biennale. She has received artist recognition with Saatchi Art. She is currently shortlisted at EMST The National Museum of Contemporary Art in Athens Greece for her Empty Pro(e)mises proposal.
Tina has a number of on-going series in Photography and Mixed Media that range from minimal to very complex imagery and does site-specific installations for both residences and commercial spaces.