March 10 - April 7
Opening reception: Saturday, March 10, 6-9 p.m.
NoBa Artspaces, 200 Bala Ave., Bala Cynwyd, PA
Open Fridays 5-8 p.m., Saturdays 12-6 p.m., and by appointment
Andre Rubin, "Still Life after Outerbridge", collage on paper
Andre Rubin is a Philadelphia based artist, who focuses on creating philosophically and politically engaged collage artworks – images that are concise, bold, colorful and delineated in the tradition of surrealism, pop art, political posters and advertisements. In his art works, he positions Classical art and architecture into a Postmodern context. Rubin received his bachelor's degree in philosophy from Harvard University and master's degree in philosophy from Columbia University. Rubin has exhibited his work extensively across the United States, including galleries in New York City, Los Angeles, Tucson, Madison, Savannah, and others.
In "Surreally" exhibit, Rubin will be showing his new and old art works. The group show also features Matthew Courtney, Mark J. Dixon and Etta Winigrad. Through diverse methods and mediums, these four contemporary artists offer new approaches to the unconscious, referencing aspects of Surrealism while remaining distinct from the Surrealist tradition.