From our “Get Some Culture Why Don’t ‘Cha” files comes this; an amazing artist that everyone is talking about, Anya Rubin. Focusing on today’s fast-paced, information-overload society, Rubin creates art that is getting noticed. Working in painting and mixed media, this talented mother uses everything in the modern age as inspiration. We can’t help but look at her work and become aware of the particles that float above and around us that create the television that we watch and have become so much a part of.
Born in St. Petersburg in 1967, Anya Rubin is, at her core, Russian. She still feels connected to the art and beauty there, tho something about her work feels distinctly modern American. Imaginative since childhood, we are lucky enough not to have to wonder what she sees life-like as an adult. Her work is like a perfect transfer, a genuine gift to the viewer.
Anya Rubin seems to see the world as fractured and the human spirit as the key to making sense of it all. We here at TVFishbowl couldn’t agree more. Hurry and see her now at the Belskie Museum Of Art (until the 27th) in New Jersey or catch her at the Montserrat Contemporary Art Gallery in NYC/Chelsea thru July 2013.
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