Gina Costa is a photographer, museum professional, independent curator and scholar. As a photographer, she explores multiple formats and processes including film, digital, medium format, polaroid, and mobile. Her photographs are featured in private collections across the United States and Europe, including the oldest and most prestigious archive of photography, The Alinari Archive, Firenze, Italia.

Costa earned her graduate degree in Art History from the University of Chicago. She has worked at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City; The Art Institute of Chicago; Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester, New York; and has taught art history at a variety of universities. She is an award-winning, internationally-known, published photographer, who has exhibited in museums and galleries in the United States and Europe.

She currently writes for several on-line publications and sites about photography. She is also preparing a publication that explores the current discourse on the use of mobile technology and how it has changed the way we document the world and define how a photograph can be created.

All photographs are for sale. To purchase, contact Gina: