Christin Paige Minnotte is a fine art photographer, conceptual artist and cinematographer from New York City. She has a BA from Bard College (2001) and was offered a Portfolio Scholarship to attend art school at the San Francisco Art Institute where she studied under Henry Wessel Jr and Reagan Louie (BFA 2010).
Christin was invited to perform her conceptual work Disposable Ethic in the 2015 Havana Biennial in Cuba. She has exhibited her work in galleries in South Florida, New York City, Texas, Colorado, New Orleans, Havana, CUBA and Art Basel including Cheryl Hazan Gallery, Fabrica de Arte, Cancio Contemporary, Bakehouse Art Complex & Gallery, Whitespace Collection, Placeholder and BaCA.
Her short dance films have won awards at Screendance Miami, have been shown at the Fringe Festival in Scotland and been chosen for screening at Perez Art Museum Miami. She was recently awarded the competitive Voices of the Wilderness residency in Alaska to continue her conceptual work.
Christin is currently a resident artist and recently named Creative Director at Laundromat Art Space in Miami.
Percentage of sale will be donated to RISE UP Gallery, a 100% volunteer-run non-profit corporation which has been awarded numerous accolades for its programs that provide therapeutic art workshops to the disabled and the community, as well as curate pop up exhibits for local artists in Miami.
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