Out from the shadow, away from the elephant

Gideon Rubin is beginning to garner an int'l reputation. But in Israel, he is only now beginning to emerge from his grandfather's shadow.

January 7, 2011 01:27
Gideon Rubin

Gideon Rubin 311. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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Gideon Rubin has a problem. While most people are whoever they are, who Gideon Rubin is depends very much on where he happens to be.

Almost everywhere in the world, Rubin is a talented and highly imaginative young artist, just shy of his 38th birthday, whose haunting figurative paintings have already begun to garner an international reputation.


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