b. 1995. Altamonte Spring, FL      

currently in Berlin, Germany

Karina Rovira is a visual artist and analog photographer born in Florida to Puerto Rican parents. She holds a BFA inphotography from Savannah College of Art and Design and is currently based in Berlin. Karina works primarily with 35mm, 4x5 film and often carries a camcorder. She wants to learn and explore the nature of human connection andcommunication in her work. Under everything, there are floating meanings and figments of feeling that crave to beunderstood. Karina teases out these fragile lines of thought and catches them in the light, always with a sensibility ofquiet noticing



Photo by: Berlin PhotoBooth

CV : 


2020     Under the Bridge Magazine (UTB), Cover Feature, Spring Issue, Founded & Edited by Leia Genis

2017     The Hand, Issue #17

2017     Port City Review Annual Art Journal

2016     Scad District, "People of Savannah Join together in Silent March", 

Solo Exhibitions:

2018     Implicit Action, Kickin The Bucket, Savannah, GA

Two-Person Exhibitions:

2022    Dulce Tierra, w/ Thorbjorg Jonsdottir , In Conversation with..., Gerichtstr. 45, Berlin, DE 

2018     Refraction, Collaboration w/ Ahnika Wood, Fab'rik, Savannah, GA

2017     A Delicate Whatever, Collaboration w/ Joseph MacGown, Berlin, Germany

 Group Exhibitions:

2019     International Photo Competition, FMoPA, Tampa, FL

2018     Scad Senior Showcase, Alexander Hall, Savannah, GA

2018     The Big Picture Show, Alexander Hall, Savannah, GA

2017     Open Studio, Alexander Hall, Savannah, GA

2017     On The Move, Gutstein Gallery, Savannah, GA

2017     Port City Review, Alexander Hall Gallery, Savannah, GA

2017     SCAD de:FINE Art, Scad Museum of Art, Savannah, GA 

2016     LOOK HERE, Welmont Gallery, Savannah, GA

2016     Helen Levitt Photo Contest, Meryl Truett and friends Gallery, Savannah, GA 

2015     Small Works, Gutstein Gallery, Savannah, GA 

Self Published:
2015     "To Slow Crooked and All Wrong" (16pg. zine)

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