Toronto, Ontario, Canada
|Known for||Sculpture, Installation|
In late 2010 to early 2011, Peter Blum Gallery exhibited Birth of Romanticism: New Works on Paper. In a review in The Brooklyn Rail, Thomas Micchelli writes: "The wildness of Birth of Romanticism comes as a shock. While Rabinowitch’s art has often rippled with sublimated emotion and maculate tactility, these drawings suggest that its internal tensions have precipitated an irreparable rupture with its own past, eradicating its Platonic surface to expose a jarring, multi-leveled parallel world."
Notes and references
- Carrier, David (1997). "David Rabinowitch". Bomb. Retrieved 2009-07-08.
- Glueck, Grace (1985-03-15). "ART: DIVERSE REPERTORY OF MARSDEN HARTLEY". New York Times. Retrieved 2009-07-08.
- "Members since 1880". Royal Canadian Academy of Arts. Archived from the original on 26 May 2011. Retrieved 11 September 2013.
- Micchelli, Thomas (February 2011). "DAVID RABINOWITCH Birth of Romanticism: New Works on Paper". The Brooklyn Rail.
- Rabinowitch at MoMA
- Rabinowitch at The Chinati Foundation
- Rabinowitch at Peter Blum Gallery
- David Rabinowitch at The Canadian Encyclopedia
- David Rabinowitch in conversation with Joan Waltemath in The Brooklyn Rail, (OCT 2003)
- David Rabinowitch's windows in the Digne Cathedral on Narthex
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