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Group Exhibition | THE READING ROOM | Rokeby 22.02.2017 - 20.04.2017

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Gideon Rubin, 'Untitled', Gouache on Magazine, 38x27.5cm, 2016

Featuring work by Sam Dargan, Lara Davies, Ej Major, Abigail Reynolds, Gideon Rubin


Group Exhibition | Alon Segev 28.12.2016 - 27.01.2017

Gideon Rubin, Green, Oil on Canvas, 35x30cm, 2015

Gideon Rubin, 'Green', Oil on Canvas, 35x30cm, 2015

Featuring work by Gideon Rubin, Tal Mazliach, Noa Yekutieli and Maya Zack. 


Show|  ACCROCHAGE | Karsten Greve St Moritz 04.10.2016 -23.12.2016



ACCROCHAGE featuring works by Josef Albers, Louise Bourgeois, Lawrence Carroll, Lucio Fontana,  Gotthard Graubner, Mimmo Jodice, Catherine Lee, Claire Morgan, Gideon Rubin, Joel Shapiro, David Smith, Pierre Soulages and Cy Twombly



Exhibition | Memory goes as far as this morning: A dialogue between Gideon Rubin and Shu Qun | Chengdu MoCA 

23.9.2016 -8.11.2016

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Exhibition | Summer Show Galerie Karsten Greve St. Moritz

Gideon Rubin, 'Untitled', Oil on Canvas, 2015

Gideon Rubin, 'Untitled', Oil on Canvas, 2015


The exhibition is on view July through August 31, 2016.





Book Cover | Gideon Rubin on Alessandro Baricco's La Jeune Épouse

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Exhibition | Summer Show Galerie Karsten Greve Cologne


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Top left to bottom right: Gideon Rubin, Red Bathing Suit, 2011 / Pierrette Bloch, Untitled, 1980 /
Georgia Russell, Open Window, 2016 / Catherine Lee, Glacier Cubic, 2005


The exhibition is on view June 28 through August 27, 2016.



Feature | Art.Zip

Read more: Memory Goes As Far As This Morning


Feature | Matters Du Monde

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Read more: Matters Du Monde: The Faceless Portraits of Gideon Rubin


Feature | metroactive

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Read more: Gideon Rubin Tells Human Stories with Faceless Figures



Feature | Figaro Scope


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Talk | 23.02.2016| San Jose State University

Gideon Rubin, Braids, 2015, Oil on linen

Image: Gideon Rubin, Braids, 2015, oil on linen, 66 x 71cm

Gideon Rubin Talk

Tuesday, February 23, 2016
5-6pm
Location: San Jose State University, Art Department, Room 133

Free and open to the public


Talk | 10.02.2016| ArtReview Live

ArtReview Live Presents Gideon Rubin in conversation with Gabriel Coxhead


Exhibition | Memory Goes As Far As This Morning



Feature | TENOU'A Magazine

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Exhibition | Questions of Forgiveness

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Image: White Glove, 2015, oil on linen, 56 x 51cm, Gideon Rubin

Galerie Karsten Greve Paris January 9- March 5, 2016

Opening: Saturday, January 9, 2016, 6-8pm
In the presence of the artist
Book signing at 5pm


For more information: info@galerie-karsten-greve.fr

Galerie Karsten Greve Paris, 5, Rue Debelleyme, 75003, Paris

Opening hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10am-7pm

Cover Story | Questions of Forgiveness

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Exhibition | L'Autre Visage

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L'autre visage,
de Tal Coat à Neumann


10 septembre au 19 décembre 2015
Commissariat Itzhak Goldberg
Vernissage jeudi 10 septembre
à partir de 18h



Exhibition | Words Without Letters

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WORDS WITHOUT LETTERS

Group show at Alon Segev Gallery, Tel Aviv

Curated by Guy Yanai September 3rd, 2015



Exhibition | Nourish


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Nourish

NAPA VALLEY MUSEUM

September 19, 2015 ■ November 29, 2015

nour·ish (transitive verb) 1. give food to somebody or something 2. support or foster something 3. help something develop

Napa Valley Museum, in collaboration with guest curator and artist, Nancy Willis, is thrilled to present NOURISH, a multi-faceted exhibition that examines the intersection of dining, hospitality and art from Napa Valley to the global community. This will be a unique chance to think about the way we relate to food and dining through the lens of art history and visual culture. An opening reception for NOURISH will take place on Friday, September 18, 2015 from 6-7pm, with general admission tickets for $5. Museum Members Only preview from 5-6pm.

NOURISH is an ambitious exhibition that spans centuries of thinkers and makers who address food, dining and service in their creative output. Work from over 25 artists will be on display including Kathy Aoki, Gale Antokal, Nikki Ballere Callnan (NBC Pottery), Sue Bradford, Will Callnan III (NBC Pottery), Heather Capen, Zoe Crosher, Richard Diebenkorn, Kim Dingle, Caitlin Williams Freeman, Liz Hickok, Paul Kirchner, Catherine Maize, Robb McDonough, Debbie Miller, Deborah Oropallo, NBC Pottery, Lucy Puls, Gideon Rubin, Meg Smith, Mark Stock, Wayne Thiebaud, Chris Thorson, Michael Tompkins, Nancy Willis and Bijan Yashar, Katherine Zetna among others. In addition to traditional visual artworks, NOURISH will present monotypes created by Napa Valley chefs, and drawings by Alinea's renowned chef Grant Achatz.

Artist and curator Nancy Willis, has spent twenty-five years in the Napa making art as well as working in the hospitality industry. Her immersion in both of these worlds is the genesis for the show's concept and informs the curatorial perspective. Willis discusses her vision for NOURISH: As an artist living in the Napa Valley I have had a dual professional life; in addition to a committed studio practice, I have worked nearly every position in restaurants, as a prep chef for an iconic catering company to my current position as a design instructor at the Culinary Institute of America. These experiences have afforded me a unique perspective that has illuminated the perpetuating influence between the two industries and on my own work. With NOURISH, I want to offer a new perspective about where I live and celebrate the beauty, strength and relativity of the arts as a vital source of daily nourishment.



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"Memory goes as far as this morning"

Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art, Israel

30.05.2015 – 22.08. 2015

Herzliya Museum for contemporary art, 4 Ha'banim St., Herzliya 4637904
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ALON SEGEV Gallery

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Gideon Rubin | Blue House

Alon Segev Gallery is honored to open Gideon Rubin's solo exhibition | Blue House | Thursday, April 30, 2015.

The exhibition will showcase Rubin's oil paintings based on his magazine works done during Rubin's recent residency in Shenzhen, Chine. The Chinese picture magazines were published until the beginning of the Cultural Revolution (1966) when they were regarded as not 'Communist' enough. Rubin's magazine works will be exhibited at his solo show in The Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art in May- August, 2015. "Blue House" is a book title by Bei Dao, an anthology of short stories that chronicle the everyday life of a Chinese poet in exile.

Opening: Thursday, 30.04.2015, 20:00-22:00 Closing: Friday, 10.06.2015, 13:00

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Red Stripes, 2014, oil on canvas, 51x40.5 cm Gideon Rubin,

For more information: info@alonsegev.com

Alon Segev Gallery

6 Rothschild Blvd.
P.o Box 29253
Tel Aviv 6129201







GIDEON RUBIN

Delivering Newspapers
22.01.2015 - 26.03.2015


Gideon Rubin's fourth exhibition at the gallery includes works on canvas alongside recent developments which continue his investigation into the photographic image by sourcing popular news and entertainment magazines which he then paints over. Throughout his practice Rubin is interested in the relationship between painting, photography and reproduction and the mediation of images through duplication. In the new work he also claims that photographs, like painting, are subject to manipulation.

The enhanced or obscured magazines, from which the paintings also derive, have been sourced during recent residencies in Israel and China. The publication of the artists first monograph in March this year, includes essays by Sarah Suzuki, Associate Curator, MOMA, writer, critic & curator Gabriel Coxhead and writer Martin Herbert. It coincides with his first solo museum show at the Herzliya Museum for Contemporary Art, Israel.

Private view Thursday 22 January 2015, 18.30-20.30

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