Tine Poppe is a photographer living and working in Oslo, Norway. Her practice focuses on bringing attention to social, political and environmental issues, particularly the refugee crisis, racism and climate change. In doing so, her work has been published in prominent newspapers like the Washington Post and various photography magazines around Europe.
Poppe's work has featured in numerous prizes and awards, and been part of the International Photography Awards' IPA Best of Show exhibition in New York and Bangkok, the Sony World Photography Awards Exhibition and the Lucie Awards Exhibition at the Climate Change Summit COP21 in Paris, Milan in Italy and the Mayor's Summit in Mexico City.
Poppe's most recent exhibitions were "Where Gods Reside" in Clervaux, Luxembourg and the Nordic Light Festival of Photography, and "No Man's Land" exhibition in front of the Norwegian Parliament.
She was recently one of the winners of the 2016 IPA International Photography Awards.