Gina-Marie Cincinnati is an American artist currently based in Tokyo, Japan. Born in West Islip, New York in 1981, she grew up in Bel Air, Maryland before settling in Baltimore, Maryland for college at Maryland Institute College of Art in 1999.
She moved to Germany in 2009 to live and work until 2013. She eventually landed in Tokyo, Japan in 2014.
Focus: Collage, Film + Digital photography, Illustration, and Kintsugi.
Currently seeking representation.
Maryland Institute College of Art: BFA, 2003
1200 Mount Royal Ave Baltimore MD 21217
Graphic Design and Photography, concentrations in Digital Media and Web
Where Are the Women Artists? site and directory, March 2021
Featured work: 1. Ellika, 41. 21st Century Martyr: George Floyd, 37. Dissolving.
Made At Home, by Wide Open Sea, March 2020
Featured work: 32. Caution Crow
“What have we done… What will we still do?” (solo show)
On display: Chiyogami portraits
Namiki Gallery, Kyobashi, Tokyo, March 3-8, 2021
“Art Without Boundaries” (group show)
On display: Untitled, Untitled (photos, scars, MT and MS)
Havre de Grace, MD, July 1 – 31, 2017
“Retrospective” (solo show)
All available printed work on display
Baltimore: Charles Village, October 2009
“Recent Works” (solo show)
On display: “Muses” and “Roofscapes”, Color and B+W photography
Baltimore: Bouillabaisse Cafe, September 2007
“Bolton Hill” (2-person show)
On display: “Bolton Hill”: 3 poster-sized prints, B+W photography
Baltimore: b Bistro, March 2003 – April 2004
“Notebook” (group exhibition)
On display: “Untitled””, Pen and Ink drawing
Baltimore: Artscape, July 2003
“Body : Color // Body : Motion” (group show)
On display: “Body : Color”, Color photography
Baltimore: Jack Wilgus Gallery, June 2003