Our Social Selves / All The World a Digital Stage
Aired On: Jun 18, 2015
Dina Litovsky presents three recent bodies of work that examine social performances, contemporary rituals and group interactions.
Born in Ukraine, Dina Litovsky moved to New York in 1991. She has won various awards, including First Place in the 2012 NPPA Best of Photojournalism, the 2013 PDN Photo Annual and the 2011 International Photography Awards. Her work has been published in Time, The New York Times, The New Yorker, New York Magazine, Stern, Newsweek Japan, Wired, Photo District News and...
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