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Gail Rubini
He didnt say this but somehow I knew it- his wanting me was a "mans" wanting.

$700

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This was from a very small, rare edition. according to the artist it was well under 30. There are no others to be found online. it is a photo of a childs toy or ornament and it combines an image with text. this is of a girl in a sequined bikini. Gail Rubini (Professor of Art, Design Area) is an artist and designer working in the field of new media and teaching the practice of printing and publishing in interactive media. She has particular interest in collaborative projects in science visualization and public installation work that includes video, flash animations and sound. “Throughout her career Gail Rubini has worked in photography, offset lithographs, artist books, digital prints, and “net art” including flash animations and web sites. Many of her artist book works and photographs have been collected in the most prestigious museums in the country including the Museum of Modern Art and the Metropolitan Museum in New York. Her work is done as digital prints, as media for web art and installation in the public arena of urban spaces. She has a B.A. in Math and Fine Art (Honors) from University of California at Los Angeles, an M.F.A. in photography and glass art from the Rhode Island School of Design, and an MBA specializing in finance from the University of Illinois at Chicago. At the Center for Media Arts in New York City, she chaired the computer graphics and media arts department. She is an active member of Rhizome.org Production, Not Reproduction examines the influence of offset printing on the genre of artist's books. The complex printing process of offset lithography was developed in the late 19th century, but only refined as a viable print production process after World War II. This exhibition charts the rise (mid-1950's) and fall (late 1990's) of offset printed artists' books. This show has been organized by Tony White, Head of the Fine Arts Library at Indiana University. Artists include Sally Alatalo, Laurel Beckman, Michael Becotte, Seana Biondilillo, Judith Blumberg, Bill Burke, Bruce Childs, Miles DeCoster, Tom Denlinger, Helen Douglas, Toni Dove, Eugene Feldman, Brad Freeman, Chris George, Conrad Gleber, Michael Goodman, Susan King, Suzanne Lacy, Joan Lyons, Joni Mabe, Cindy Marsh, Scott L. McCarney, Clifton Meador, Rebecca Michaels, Shinro Ohtake, Kevin Osborn, Jo Anne Paschall, Philip Perkis, Kevin Riordan, Dieter Roth, Gail Rubini, Ed Ruscha, Joseph Ruther, Carl Sesto, Patty Smith, Jim Snitzer, Buzz Spector, Lori Spencer, Telfer Stokes, Ann Tyler, Todd Walker, Andy Warhol, Rachel Youdelman, Philip Zimmerman

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  • Creator
    Gail Rubini (American)
  • Dimensions
    Height: 25.38 in. (64.47 cm)Width: 19 in. (48.26 cm)
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  • Gallery Location
    Bal Harbour, FL
  • Reference Number
    1stDibs: LU382180352

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