Adrianne Rubenstein

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Beach Ball, 2017. Image courtesy of Dan Bradica
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Broccoli Stalks, 2017. Image courtesy of Dan Bradica
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Duck, 2017. Image courtesy of Dan Bradica
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Landscape, 2017. Image courtesy of Dan Bradica
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Liner Note, 2017. Image courtesy of Dan Bradica
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Image courtesy of Clare Gatto
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Image courtesy of Clare Gatto

Born in Montreal, 1983.

Lives and works in New York.



San Francisco Art Institue, MFA, San Francisco, CA


Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Halifax, NS

Solo Exhibitions


Liner Note, Reyes Projects, Birmingham, MI

The Parting of the Green Sea, Fourteen30, Contemporary, Portland, OR


NADA Miami Beach with Stems Gallery, Brussels

Peaceful Alien, The Pit II, Los Angeles, CA

White Columns, New York, NY

Frog in Fence, Halsey Mckay, East Hampton, NY

Pretend Soup, David Petersen Gallery, Minneapolis, NY

Group Exhibitions


Retreat curated by Maggie Gladstone and Peter Labier Mom’s, New York, NY

The Dating Game curated by Kenneth Heyne, The Green Door, Chicago, IL

Ear Putty curated by Esme Thompson-Turcotte, 56 Henry, New York, NY

Combustible Cocktail, Ceysson & Benetiere, Sag Harbor, NY

Unobstructed Views presented by MOCAD and Library Street Collective, Hawkinds Ferry House, Grosse Pointe, MI

Fleeting Impressions and Abundance of Detail, Tif Sigfrids, Los Angeles, CA

Landscape Modern Oil Painting Canvas Painting Abstract Oil Painting Wall Hanging curated by JIR SANDEL, Galleri Benoni, Copenhagen

Bicoastal, curated by Lara Bjork, Meyer Vogl, Charleston, SC

New Spring curated by John-Elio Reitman,

Say Yes curated by Kimia Kerdowsi Kline, Elaine L Jacob’ Gallery at Wayne State University, Detroit, MI


Freud’s Mouth curated by Ebony Haynes, Cooper Cole, Toronto, ON

Bruise curated by Chris Hood, Et al., San Francisco, CA

Hybrid Objects, L’inconnue, Montreal, QC

Katherine Bradford, Sarah Braman, Al Freeman, Adrianne Rubenstein, Harper’s Books, East Hampton, NY

We Like Explosions, The Pit, Los Angeles, CA

X, Lyles & King, New York, NY

Super Sketchy, Alleyoop Projects, New York, NY

So Much, So Little, All at Once, curated by Yeveniya Baras, Regina Rex, New York, NY

A Short Story, Field Contemporary, Vancouver, BC

Sibling Rivalries curated by Ashley Garrett, Torrance Museum of Art, Torrance, CA


Form in Not Different From Emptiness, curated by Ryan Schneider, Left Field,

San Luis Obispo, CA

Feed the Meter, curated by Wallace Whitney, Galerie Bernard Ceysson, Luxembourg

Wind Chimes, curated by Shanna Waddel, Bannerette, Brooklyn, NY

Muscular, curated by John McAllister, Kansas Gallery, New York, NY


What Was the Question? David Petersen Gallery, Minneapolis, MN

Anthropocene, CANADA, New York, NY


William Deloitte, Alicia Gibson, Adrianne Rubenstein, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY

Shut Up, Weirdo, curated by Brandy Carstens, 247365, Brooklyn, NY

The Fruit that Ate Itself, et al. San Francisco, CA



De La Durantaye, Leland, “Fleeting Impressions and Abudance of Detail”, Artforum, October 2017

Stephanie Snyder, “Critics Pick”, Artforum, March 2017

Richard Speer, “Adrianne Rubenstein”, Visual Art Source, March 2017


John Chiaverina, “Rema Hort Mann Foundation names 2016 New York Emerging Artist Grantees”, Artnews, November 2016

Bridget Gleeson, “Inspired by Tetsumi Kudo, a New York Painter Makes Contact,” Artsy, October 2016

Claire de Dobay Rifeli, “Fort Greene at VENUS LA”, Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles, October 2016

Mark Segal, “Four Painters at Harper’s Books,” The East Hamptons Star, August 2016

Anna Furney, “Anna Furney’s Guide to Summer’s Best Exhibits”, Harper’s Bazaar, July 2016

Roberta Smith, “Pam Flick, Annie Pearlman, Adrianne Rubenstein, Alyson Vega”, The New York Times, June 2016

Maria Calandra, “Adrianne Rubenstein,” Pencil in the Studio, June 2016

Diane Solway, “Four Artists to Know Now at White Columns, Including and Instagram Discovery,” W Magazine, June 2016


Megan Burbank, “Fruit Loops: Lisa Frank, Art History Major and Fourteen30 Contemporary”, Portland Mercury, March 2015


Thomas Micchelli, “More Now than Then: When Art Reaches Back,” Hyperallergic, August, 2014


Roberta Smith, “Forget About the Sweetbreads Review,” The New York Times, Janurary 2013

Andrew Russeth, “Forget About the Sweetbreads Review”, New York Observer, January 2013