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Artist Charlie Rubin

Charlie Rubin



Born in the Bronx, Mr. Rubin was the recipient of the Foam Talent award from the Foam Museum in Amsterdam in 2013; the following year, he was published in Strange Paradise (Conveyor Arts 2014), a book of his photographs and collages which explores American anxiety and lethargy. In 2015, he held his first solo exhibition, "Intervention," at the Kopeikin Gallery in Los Angeles and has had additional exhibitions at PCNW in Seattle, Rosfoto in St. Petersburg, Design Center Shanghai and Foley Gallery in New York City. His photographs have appeared in The New York Times, The New Yorker, W, Vice, Cultured and Bloomberg Businessweek. His work can also be seen in collections at the MoMA library, the Henry Art Museum in Seattle and Haverford College. In 2010, he created Yo-NewYork (, a collaborative arts publication and Neighboring Walls (, an ongoing series of residential art shows. Mr. Rubin graduated from Haverford College in 2008 and received his MFA from the Parsons New School for Design. He lives in Brooklyn, NY.

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