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“Here in Washington at the White House, the official portrait of Jacqueline Kennedy is a pale and ruffled confection. Her long, pink dress flows like a negligee — Mrs. Kennedy chose to be remembered that way. Tina Mion’s portrait, far less romantic and tranquil, snatches at some of the cruelest seconds in American history.”

—Susan Stamberg
NPR Morning Edition 2001

 

News from Tina Mion

“Tina Mion, Not Dead Yet — thoughts and paintings on death and dying,” a serious and humorous visual experience. Come join us on Friday, 1 November 2013, at 7:00 p.m., at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery,  Eight and F Streets N.W. Washington, D.C. Free to the public.

“Flash Back”— Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover Massachusetts, 1 September 2013 — 12 January 2014. Tina is one of the featured artists in this exhibition.

Tina Mion: Behind the Studio Door is a 25-minute documentary by California filmmaker David Hertzberg. The film has been an official selection of the 2012 Newport Beach Film Festival, the 2012 Sedona International Film Festival, the 2012 Atlanta International Documentary Film Festival, the 2012 Toronto International Film and Video Awards, the 2013 Durango Film Festival, and the 2013 San Luis Obispo International Film Festival. It won Best Documentary Short Film at the 2012 American Independent Film Festival.

Up and coming — Tina Mion: Behind the Studio Door is an official selection at the Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival, April 2013.

Tina Mion’s “Pinata” — a self portrait — is on display at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C., as part of the Outwin Boochever triennial portrait competition March 23, 2013 – February 23, 2014.

 

Tina Mion
La Posada
303 E 2nd Street
Winslow, AZ, 86047

928.289.4366
tina@tinamion.com

Publications

Lithographs 1998–2005
(Hamilton Press, Venice CA, 2005)
A small book of selected reproductions from Ed Ruscha’s private press in Venice, CA. Prints by Ed Ruscha and some of the artists he has invited to work with master lithographer Ed Hamilton. Includes Mion’s print Stop-Action Assassination.

Paul Ruscha’s Full Moon
(Steidl Publishers, Gottingen Germany, 2006). Includes reproductions of Tina Mion’s early work in Mr. Ruscha’s collection, as well as a chapter entitled “Tina Mion.”