Tina Zlatina is a sculptor, visual artist, investigator and researcher or simply a curious person. She holds Master’s degree in Fine Arts from the National Art Academy and in Political and Social Sciences from the New Bulgarian University in Sofia.
Zlatina’s artworks and research are directed towards finding the hidden and non-visible dimensions within the well-known three dimensional space. She observes people’s behavior, minds and thoughts and visualizes the invisible using the basic tools of length, width and height. The shape follows the waves of people's thoughts.
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2017 Participation in the 9th edition of the Internationale d’art miniature, Levis, Quebec, Canada
2016 Artist-in-Residence at Foundation Valparaiso Mojacar, Spain
2014 Participation in group exhibition Ateliers Patagonia + guests at KEG-expo, Schijndel, The Netherlands
2014 Artist-in-Residence at Kunstlerhaus Stadttöpferei Neumunster, Germany
2013 Participation in 'What about Religion', a project by Podium DAK at Klooster Wittem, the Netherlands
2013 Participation in Sofia Paper Art Fest, Sofia, Bulgaria
2013 Master of Political Sciences from the New Bulgarian University, Sofia, Bulgaria
2012 Participation in Land Art Diessen, The Netherlands
2012 Participation in Exhibition 'Asombrados' at El Hacedor gallery, La Aldea del Portillo de Busto, Spain
2012 Artist-in-Residence at European Ceramic Work Center (Sundaymorning@ekwc) within the frame of M4m program with the coordination and support of Pépinières européennes pour jeunes artistes, Trans Artists Netherlands and sundaymorning@ekwc, Den Bosch, The Netherlands
2011 Participation in 7th International Sculpture Symposium in Alabaster 'Contaminazioni Indipendenti' Volterra, Italy
2009 Participation in 19th Festival de Sculpture 'Camille Claudel' La Bresse, France
2008, 2010 Participation in International Wood Sculpture Symposium, Højer, Denmark
2006 Participation in 8th edition of Biennale Internationale d'art miniature de Ville-Marie, Quebec,Canada
2003 Participation in a group exhibition along 'Evlogi Georgiev' str., Sofia, Bulgaria
2001 Master of Fine Arts from the National Academy of Art, Sofia, Bulgaria
1996 Graduated at High School of Applied Arts, Sofia, Bulgaria
1977 Born in Ivaylovgrad, Bulgaria