Gideon Rubin received his BFA from the School of Visual Arts, New York and a MFA from the Slade School of Art, London.
Gideon Rubin has had numerous international solo exhibitions; most recently "A Stranger's Hand" at Galerie Karsten Greve, Paris (2020), "Gideon Rubin" at Monica De Cardenas, Milan (2020), "Black Book' at the Jerusalem Artists' House (2020), "Warning Shadows" at Galerie Karsten Greve, Cologne (2019), "Fragments' at Gallery EM, Seoul (2018), 'On the Far Side of the Mirror' at Galerie Karsten Greve St. Moritz (2018), 'The Kaiser's Daughter' at Hosfelt Gallery, San Francisco (2018), 'Black Book' at the Freud Museum, London (2018), 'Memory goes as far as this morning' at Chengdu MoCA (2016), Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art Israel and San Jose ICA (2015/16).
Selected group exhibitions include: 'Reflections: Human/Nature', curated by Matt Black at Gana Art, Seoul (2021), 'On Cardboard' at Monica De Cardenas, Milan (2021), "NOF: Gideon Rubin and Eldar Farber" at The Rubin Museum, Tel Aviv (2020), 'Eros' at Fox Jensen Gallery, Sydney (2019) and Fox Jensen McCrory, Auckland (2019), 'How to Travel in Time' at Apexart, New York (2018), ’The Reading Room’ at Rokeby, London (2017), 'Disturbing Innocence' at Flag Art Foundation, New York (2014), 'Daily Memories' at Klosterhaus in Magdeburg, Germany (2014) and 'To Have a Voice' at the Mackintosh Museum, Glasgow (2012).
Rubin is represented by Galerie Karsten Greve Paris, Cologne, St Moritz; Hosfelt Gallery, San Franscisco; Fox Jensen Gallery, Sydney and Fox Jensen McCrory, Auckland; and Alon Segev Gallery, Tel Aviv. In 2014 he received the 'Shifting Foundation' grant.
Rubin's work is included in a number of prestigious international collections, including:
Museum Voorlinden Collection, The Netherlands; Collezione Maramotti, Italy; Herzliya Museum for Contemporary Art, Israel; McEvoy Foundation for the Arts, San Francisco; The Zabludowicz Collection, London; The Speyer Family Collection, NY; The Seavest Collection, NY; Ruinart, France; Fondation Frances, France; Rubin Museum, Israel; The Collezione Fondazione San Patrignano, Italy.
Gideon Rubin lives and works in London.