David Drebin

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David Drebin, originally from Toronto, Canada has been based in New York City since 1994.

The new record price for a David Drebin photograph is the now sold-out Jerusalem Artist Proof 3/3 in June 2018 by Art Angels Gallery in Los Angeles for $100,000. The  second highest priced image was was sold for $78,000 at Art Miami 2011 by Contessa Gallery.

Drebin, studied at Parsons The New School for Design and graduated in 1996. Drebin is associated with numerous galleries around the world, including Camera Work in Berlin, Galerie de Bellefeuille in Montreal, Fahey/Klein in Los Angeles, Atlas Gallery in London, Oliver Cole Gallery in Miami, and Contessa Gallery in Palm Beach who have showcased his work at Art Fairs worldwide. Drebin’s Art Forms which include Photographs, Lightboxes, Sculptures, Neon Light Installations and Etchings On Glass are collected worldwide.


Drebin's first monograph, Love and Other Stories, was published by Daab in 2007. On April 1, 2009, his photograph Movie Star sold for $16,250 at the Phillips de Pury & Company spring photographs auction in New York. Celebrity collectors of Drebin’s work include Elton John and Ben Stiller.

Drebin has subsequently released 5 more books all published by teNeues entitled The Morning After (2010) and Beautiful Disasters released in 2012, Chasing Paradise in 2014, Dreamscapes in 2016 and Love and Lights in 2017.



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