Tina La Porta

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Tina La Porta is a Miami-based digital artist who "focuses on issues surrounding identity in the virtual space".[1] In 2001 she collaborated with Sharon Lehner on My Womb the Mosh Pit, an artistic representation of Peggy Phelan's Unmarked,[2] In 2012 she presented Medicine Ball at the Robert Fontaine Gallery as part of the "Warhol is Over?" exhibition;[3] this followed a 2011 presentation of All the Pills in My House, also at Fontaine's gallery.[4] In 2015 she participated in the 40-person Annual Interest exhibition at the Young at Art Museum.[5]


  1. ^ Hans Breder, Klaus-Peter Busse (ed.). Intermedia. Dortmunder Schriften zur Kunst / Intermedia-Studien. 1. p. 44. ISBN 9783833415418. 
  2. ^ Flanagan, Mary; Austin Booth (2002). Reload: Rethinking Women + Cyberculture. MIT Press. p. 542. ISBN 0262561506. 
  3. ^ Valys, Phillip. "They're not Andy Warhol". Sun Sentinel. Retrieved 8 March 2015. 
  4. ^ Suarez de Jesus, Carlos (November 17, 2011). "Sex, Drugs, Profanity and More at Wynwood's Robert Fontaine Gallery". Miami NewTimes. Retrieved 8 March 2015. 
  5. ^ Valys, Phillip (January 27, 2015). "At Young at Art, rooms of one's own". SouthFlorida.com. Retrieved 8 March 2015.