Tina Psoinos was born and raised in Athens, Greece. She moved to New York to pursue her studies and after receiving a Bachelor in Fine Arts continued towards a Masters in Photography at HunterCollege, under the Master Photographer Roy DeCarava - National Medal of Arts 2006 - and other notable Artists of our times. Tina Psoinos has also studied Interior Design at FIT as well as Romance Languages in Paris, France, and Pescara & Urbino, Italy.
Tina Psoinos has participated in group exhibits around the world. In 2009, the privately owned 601Artspace in Chelsea, NYC, hosted Tina Psoinos' first solo exhibit in New York, ollowed by The Aragon Gallery of the Angel Orensanz Center in NYC that hosted Tina Psoinos' second solo exhibit in New York in 2010.
Tina Psoinos has received many awards for her art as well as inclusion in books. This year she is participaing in three art fairs in NYC, Miami and Barcelona and in the Berlin Foto Biennale.
During the last decade Tina Psoinos has worked extensively with fine arts photographic expressions in the purest sense, consciously avoiding any commercial influence. Her current work, which involves collages of photos with sketches and acrylic paint overlays, is the culmination of various experimental attempts in transcending light and color found in Greece, Indonesia, and New York. The work embodies the co-existence of contrasting forms of media, of animate with inanimate, and of distinctive attributes of culture and place and time, creating an environment that reflects the harmony of their discourse and speaks to our longing that we can all similarly connect disparate elements of our inner selves.