Adrianne Rubenstein

b. 1983, Montreal, Canada

Lives in New York, NY



2011   MFA San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA

2006   BFA Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Halifax, NS


Solo Exhibitions

2017   Liner Note, Reyes Projects, Birmingham, MI

       The Parting of the Green Sea, Fourteen30 Contemporary, Portland, OR

2016   Peaceful Alien, The Pit II, Los Angeles, LA

       White Columns, New York, NY

       Frog in Fence, Halsey McKay, East Hampton, NY

       Pretend Soup, David Petersen Gallery, Minneapolis, MN


Group Exhibitions

2018    Friends of Marvin Gardens, Rod Barton, London

        Chimera, Fisher Parris, Brooklyn, Ny

        Flower Sermon, curated by Jennifer Sullivan, Yui Gallery, New York, NY

2017    Retreat, curated by Maggie Gladstone and Peter Labier, Mom’s,

        New York, NY

        The Dating Game, curated by Kenneth Heyne, The Green Door, Chicago, IL


        Ear Putty curated by Esme Thompson-Turcotte, 56 Henry, New York, NY

        Combustible Cocktail, Ceysson & Benetiere, Sag Harbor, NY

        Unobstructed Views presented by MOCAD and Library Street Collective, Hawkins Ferry             House, Grosse Pointe, MI

        Fleeting Impressions and Abundance of Detail, Tif Sigfrids, Los Angeles, CA

        Landscape Modern Oil Painting Canvas Painting Abstract Oil Painting Wall Hanging,               curated by JIR SANDEL, Galleri Benoni, Copenhagen

        Bicoastal, curated by Lara Bjork, Meyer Vogl, Charleston, NC

        New Spring curated by John-Elio Reitman,

        Say Yes curated by Kimia Ferdowsi Kline, Elaine L. Jacob's Gallery at Wayne State               University, Detroit, MI

2016   Freud's Mouth, curated by Ebony Haynes, Cooper Cole, Toronto, On

       Hybrid Objects, L'inconnue, Montreal, QC

       Bruise, Et.Al, San Francisco, CA

       Bunnicula, Marvin Gardens, with Jennifer Sullivan, Ridgewood, NY

       Outside curated by Matthew Higgs, Karma, Amagansett, NY

       We Like Explosions, The Pit, Los Angeles, CA

       Harper's Books, East Hampton, NY

       X, Lyles & King, New York, NY

       Super Sketchy, Alleyoop Projects, New York, NY

       So Much, So Little, All at Once, Regina Rex, New York, NY

       A Short Story, Field Contemporary, Vancouver, BC

       Sibling Rivalries, Torrance Museum of Art, Torrance, CA

2015   Form is Not Different From Emptiness, Left Field, San Luis Obispo, CA

       Feed the Meter, Galerie Bernard Ceysson, Luxembourg

       Wind Chimes, Bannerette, Brooklyn, NY

       Muscular, Kansas Gallery, New York, NY

2014   What Was the Question?, David Petersen Gallery, Minneapolis, MN

       Anthropocene, CANADA, New York

2013   William Deloitte, Alicia Gibson, Adrianne Rubenstein, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY

       Shut Up, Weirdo, 247365, Brooklyn, NY

       The Fruit that Ate Itself, et al., San Francisco, CA

2009   Galapagos, Board of Directors, Toronto, ON

       Paper Trails, Board of Directors, Toronto, ON


Curatorial Projects

2016   Fort Greene, Venus Over Los Angeles, CA (Sept.)

2015   Maraschino, Fourteen30 Contemporary, Portland, OR

2014   If you throw a spider out the window, does it break?, Brennan & Griffin, New York, NY

2013   Snail Salon, Regina Rex, Queens, NY

       Forget About the Sweetbreads, co-curated with Joanne Greenbaum, James Fuentes, New York,        NY



2015   Megan Burbank, "Fruit Loops: Lisa Frank, Art History Major, at Fourteen30                      Contemporary", Portland Mercury

2014   Thomas Micchelli, "More Now than Then: When Art Reaches Back", Hyperallergic

2013   Roberta Smith, Forget About the Sweetbreads Review, New York Times

       Andrew Russeth, Forget About the Sweetbreads Review, New York Observer


Visiting Artist

2016   Visiting Lecturer, Emily Carr, Vancouver, BC

2015   Visiting Critic Cranbrook Academy of Art MFA, Bloomfield Hills, MI

       Visiting Critic, Portland State University School of Art And Design, Portland, OR

2014   Visiting Lecturer, PACE University, New York, NY

2013   Visiting Critic Rutgers MFA program, New Brunswick, NJ

       Visiting Critic Hunter MFA program, New York, NY