The work of Canadian artist Adrianne Rubenstein is marked by vibrant color, natural themes and loose, casual brushstrokes. Appearing like psychedelic jumbles of fruits, flowers, and animals, Rubenstein’s paintings contain both dynamic energy and visual humor, in both the subject matter and style. Works like Family Crest (2016) combine absurdist imagery like broccoli florets with the depth and color of the painted plane.
Rubenstein has exhibited at Galerie Bernard Ceysson, Luxembourg, CANADA, New York; Derek Eller, New York, David Petersen, Minneapolis, and Field Contemporary, Vancouver. Curatorial projects include Maraschino at Fourteen30 Contemporary, Portland, If you throw a spider out the window, does it break? at Brennan & Griffin, New York, Snail Salon at Regina Rex, New York, and Forget About the Sweetbreads co-curated with Joanne Greenbaum at James Fuentes, New York.
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