Tag: Raphael Rubinstein


Korean monochrome: Suh Seung Won

Contributed by Raphael Rubinstein / Among the most welcome developments of the past few years in the U.S. art world has been the appearance, long delayed, of substantial numbers of works by two avant-garde groups of the 1960s and 1970s, the Tansaekhwa painters of Korea, often referred to as Korean […]

Shirley Jaffe

Thank you, Shirley

The following text�is Raphael Rubinstein‘s�moving remembrance of �Shirley Jaffe,�which he�read during the�October memorial service for Jaffe�at the Centre Pompidou in Paris. The images are courtesy of Tibor de Nagy, Jaffe’s NYC gallery.

Catalogue Essay

Catalogue essay: Raphael Rubinstein on Gary Stephan

Raphael Rubinstein originally wrote this essay for Gary Stephan‘s solo exhibition, on view through April 23, 2016, at Susan Inglett. / Some paintings pick arguments with art history. Some paintings pick arguments with their materials. Some paintings pick arguments with the other paintings around them in the artist�s studio. Some […]