About Michal Rubin

Michal Rubin was born in Tel Aviv in 1977.

At 17 Rubin moved to NYC and started documenting her life through photography; attracted to New York’s vibrant nightlife, Rubin photographed her friends and the underground electronic music scene.
She received her BFA in photography from the School of Visual Arts in 2002 and has since continued following her friends and capturing “emotional landscapes” that she encounters throughout her travels.
Her work has been featured in such publications as The Independent Magazine, W magazine, V magazine, New York magazine, O magazine, Casa Da Abitare, Blackbook, Wondertime, Paper & Gravure.
Exhibitions include Sotheby’s, Christie’s, Jerwood Space, Bridge art fair, all in London; Andrea Meislin Gallery, SVA Gallery, National Arts Club and Zero in New York City; Fresh Paint art fair and The Rubin Museum, Tel Aviv; Update photography salon - finalist in the screenings awards, Berlin.
She has also created specially commissioned canvas prints for permanent display at the new Ben Gurion airport VIP lounge and Dan Hotels, Israel.

Michal currently resides and works in New York City.

Michal Rubin

By August 13, 2008

The moment in which I feel I can truly relate to someone is the moment I like to describe. People and places are evocative of my own feelings of disconnect. They are like a fading memory of something forgettable, but … Read More