Tina Zlatina is a Bulgarian sculptor and installation artist who lives and works in Sofia. She graduated at High School of Applied Arts in Sofia and holds Master’s degree in Sculpture from the Bulgarian National Academy of Art.
As a sculptor, Tina is passionate about shapes. She loves modeling, shaping, combining various pieces in order to produce a three-dimensional object which to satisfy her criteria for a perfect shape.
As a Nature lover Tina makes her sculptures mostly out of natural or recycled materials and together with other media and technology she uses them to present her ideas. They range from Nature and Sustainable environment through an exploration of Mind and Consciousness to Future and Prophecy.
Although Tina has not had her solo exhibition yet, she has participated in many group exhibitions, artist-in-residences and symposiums around the world.
Tina lives and works in Sofia, Bulgaria.
2017 Paper biennial, Beer Sheva, Israel
2017 Biennale Internationale d'art miniature de Lévis, Québec, Canada
2014 Exhibition Ateliers Patagonia + guests at KEG-expo, Schijndel, The Netherlands
2013 Exhibition “What about Religion” at Kloostertuin Wittem, Maastricht, The Netherlands
2013 Sofia Paper Art Fest, Bulgaria
2012 Land Art Diessen, The Netherlands
2012 Exhibition “Asombrados” at El Hacedor gallery, La Aldea del Portillo de Busto, Spain
2006 Biennale Internationale d'art miniature de Ville-Marie, Québec, Canada
2003 Exhibition along Evlogi Georgiev street, Sofia, Bulgaria
2018 Artist-in-Residence Pays’art of La Maison Verte in Marnay-sur-Seine, France
2016 Artist-in-Residence at Foundation Valparaiso Mojacar, Spain
2014 Artist-in-Residence at Künstlerhaus Stadttöpferei Neumünster, Germany
2012 Artist-in-Residence at European Ceramic Work Center (sundaymorning@ekwc), Den Bosch, The Netherlands
2011 International Sculpture Symposium in Alabaster 'Contaminazioni Indipendenti' Volterra, Italy
2009 Festival de Sculpture 'Camille Claudel' La Bresse, France
2008, 2010 International Wood Sculpture Symposium, Højer, Denmark
2012 Grant for a three-month Artist-in-Residence at EKWC from EU M4m mobility program, set up by Pépinières européennes pour jeunes artistes, coordinated by Trans Artists Netherlands and sundaymorning@ekwc