Gideon Rubin

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Gideon Rubin (born 1973 in Tel Aviv, Israel) is a contemporary artist who works with themes such as childhood, family, and abstract portraiture. Grandson of the Israeli painter, Reuven Rubin, and the son of a diplomat, Rubin was influenced by art and culture growing up.[1] After witnessing the events of September 11, 2001 first hand, Rubin chose to incorporate damaged toys he had seen on the streets into his work.[2] Rubin currently lives and works in London.



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