Born in Israel, a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design with a BFA in painting, she has worked as a photographer after attending a Photography Residency at the School of Visual Arts in 2006.
Photographic series to date include:
“Documenting the Second Generation: Children of Holocaust Survivors”, “Is It Safe” and “Playing Grown Up”.
Augustine’s work is on view at The Whitney Biennial as part of “Debtfair”. She received the 7th Edition 2015 Julia Cameron Award for Documentary and Editorial Photography. Solo and two-person shows include “After Genocide-Collected Stories” at The Bernstein Gallery, The Woodrow Wilson Institute, Princeton University, Princeton NJ. 2015, “How to Spot One of Us”, The Human Rights Gallery, Kean University, Union, NJ. 2015, “Aliza Augustine-Photographic Constructions”, The Monmouth Museum, Lincroft, NJ. 2012, “Gendered Agency: Aliza Augustine”, The Mary H. Dana Women Artists Series, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ. 2010.
Her work has been in group exhibitions in the US and internationally at the 2016 “Berlin Photo Biennial”. Augustine received grants from the Puffin Foundation.
She has press coverage and publications including the catalogue cover for the “The Feminine Mystique”, Jersey City Museum, Jersey City, NJ.
Her work is in public and private collections.