Dina Litovsky was born in Donetsk, Ukraine, and moved to New York City in the early 90s to study psychology. To this day, Litovsky still lives in The Big Apple but changed her studies and profession after her MFA graduate degree in photography from the School of Visual Arts in 2010.
Litovsky has made a name for herself with her raw documentary photography that shines a light on social dynamics of American culture — not seldom depicting subcultures and social gatherings. Her boots on the ground reportage photography of Amish families in Sarasota, Florida (also known as ”Amish Las Vegas”) and young people partying through the night life in New York City's Meatpacking district are two examples of her broad artistic spectrum.
She is a regular contributor to National Geographic, The New York Times Magazine, TIME, New Yorker, GQ and New York Magazine. In 2020 Litovsky won the Nannen Prize, Germany's foremost award for documentary photography. Other awards include the PDN 30, New and Emerging Photographers to Watch; POYi; NPPA Best of Photojournalism, International Photography Awards and American Photography.
Selected solo exhibitions include the Museum of the City of New York, Noordelicht Festival, Netherlands, Annenberg Space for Photography, Los Angeles, Tanto Tempo Gallery, Japan, and others.