Gideon Rubin (b.1973) is an Israeli artist based in London. He
received his BFA from School of Visual Arts in New York and MFA
from Slade School of Art in London.
He has had numerous international solo exhibitions, most recent
include 'Memory goes as far as this morning' at Chengdu MOCA,
Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art, and San Jose Institute of
Contemporary Art (2015/16), 'Questions of Forgiveness' at
Galerie Karsten Greve, Paris (2016), 'Delivering Newspaper' at
Rokeby Gallery, London (2015), ‘On the Road’ at Hosfelt Gallery
San Francisco and ‘Last Year’s Man’ at Galerie Karsten Greve,
Paris (2013), ‘Measured Distance’ at ROKEBY, London and ‘Brief
Encounters’ at Galerie Karsten Greve, Cologne (2012).
Selected group exhibitions include ‘The Reading Room’ Rokeby
Gallery, London, ‘Words Without Letters’ at Alon Segev Gallery,
Tel Aviv (2015), 'Nourish' at Napa Valley Museum, CA (2015),
'Disturbing Innocence' at FLAG Art Foundation, New York (2014),
'Daily Memories' at Klosterhaus in Magdeburg, Germany (2014),
‘To Have a Voice’ at the Mackintosh Museum, Glasgow and ‘Kunstlerkinder’
at Kunsthalle Emden, Germany (2012); ‘Lines Made By Walking’ at
Haifa Museum of Art and ‘Facelook’ at Tel Aviv Museum of Art
(2011); 'To Change Air a Little' Beit Bialik, Tel aviv (2010);
Beijing Biennale at the National Art Museum, China and ‘Family
Traces’ at Israel Museum, Jerusalem (2009).
Gideon Rubin was the recipient of the ‘Shifting Foundation’
grant in 2014 and Outset residency programme, Tel Aviv in 2013.
New monograph on Gideon's work was published by Art / Books
Publishers in July 2015. He is represented by Galerie Karsten
Greve (Paris, Cologne, St Moritz), ROKEBY (London), Hosfelt
Gallery (San Franscisco) and Alon Segev Gallery (Tel Aviv).