Eduardo Rubin is an international photographer born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. This talented artist seeks to reveal the strengths of humanity and the cities in which we live through his powerful photographic work.
During this winter 2014, Rubin participated in an important Art Basel Miami Beach satellite fair in Wynwood. His new photography series was successfully exhibited at the Red Dot Art Fair. The launching of Rubin’s Pop Photography series was total success at this exhibition.
His pop photographs are bright, poignant and sensitive, capturing a wide variety of objects and emotions across a varied range of subject matters. Rubin’s incredible use of composition, color and contrast, taken together with his deep-seated sensitivity, makes his work stand out.
Rubin’s work has been exhibited not only in the US but in Europe and Asia. His work will be exhibited the entire month of December at a gallery space located in Wynwood. For more information on this exhibition that ends on January 8 simply visit the gallery at 149 NW 36 St, Miami FL 33127 or email the artist directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
He is drawn to unplanned photographs, to unexpected and undisguised scenes. Rubin seeks to capture the truth and the bare essence of moments. He stands back, unnoticed, and allows moments to present themselves to him. The unanimated objects come alive in his photographic compositions with unique messages that catch observers at the spot.
The talented photographer explains, “One of my quotes is: ‘If you are in the shadows and they are in light, you are invisible.’ And this is the secret, being invisible and catching the moment.”
We wish Rubin lots of success in his coming photographic projects for 2015. Rubin’s passion for art can be seen through his camera lenses motivating others to create. Check out his unique photographic work at www.eduardorubin.com