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Christina Antoniou

Ringling College of Art and Design Fine Arts Student 24'
Christina Antoniou
Fine Arts Student 24'

Christina Theothosia Antoniou (b. 2002, Boston, Massachusetts) is a painter and sculptor who breaks down the traditional elements of national identity: language, history, geography, and consanguinity through her Greek-American identity. Her work intertwines environmental consciousness and connection to cultural heritage. She explores the broader questions of how individuals negotiate their identities in a globalized world. Her oil paintings examine the obstacles faced in one's home country with the echoes of their ancestral land, creating a visually nuanced understanding between cultural roots and the concept of home.

She received her BFA in Fine Arts at Ringling College of Art and Design in Sarasota, Florida. Her work has been exhibited at SPAACES (FL), Crossley Gallery (FL), Willis Smith Gallery (FL), Roskamp Exhibition Hall (FL), Savage Gallery (FL), and Silver Lake (MA). She is currently working on an exhibition at Crossley Gallery in Sarasota, Florida called Biophilia. Her awards include the Trustee Scholar (2023-24), Faculty Scholarship Grant D (2020-23), Horizon Award (2020-23), Kevin Dean Memorial Scholarship (2020-23), Joshua and Eunice Stone Scholarship (2020-23), President’s List (2020-23), and Academic Award (2020-23)

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