Adrianne Rubenstein (b. 1983, Montreal, Canada) received a BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in 2006 and an MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute in 2011. Her work has been featured in solo presentations at The Pit, Los Angeles; Reyes Projects, Birmingham, MI; Fourteen30 Contemporary, Portland, OR; and White Columns, New York.  Group exhibitions include Cooper Cole, Toronto; L’inconnue, Montreal; Field Contemporary, Vancouver; Venus Over Manhattan, New York; Tif Sigfrids, Los Angeles and Athens, GA; Galeria Alegria, Madrid; and Galerie Bernard Ceysson, Luxembourg. Rubenstein is the Director at artist driven gallery CANADA, in New York. She is also an avid curator and has organized exhibitions for Stems Gallery, Brussels; Venus, Los Angeles; 68projects, Berlin; and most recently for Night Gallery, Los Angeles, in collaboration with artist Edgar Bryan. Her work has been covered in The New York Times, Art Forum, W Magazine and Harper’s Bazaar. Adrianne Rubenstein currently lives and works in New York, NY, USA.


Born 1983, Montreal, Canada
Lives and works in New York, USA


MFA San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, USA

BFA Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Halifax, Canada

Solo Exhibitions

The Pit, Los Angeles, CA, USA (Forthcoming)
The Forest Floor, Cooper Cole, Toronto, ON, Canada
Liner Note, Reyes Projects, Birmingham, MI, USA
The Parting of the Green Sea, Fourteen30 Contemporary, Portland, OR, USA
Peaceful Alien, The Pit II, Los Angeles, LA, USA
White Columns, New York, NY, USA
Frog in Fence, Halsey McKay, East Hampton, NY, USA
Pretend Soup, David Petersen Gallery, Minneapolis, MN, USA

Two Person Exhibitions

Permanent Embrace with Walter Robinson, Stems Gallery, Brussels, Belgium

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

Group Exhibitions

Sun Gazers, The Pit, Los Angeles, CA, USA
Peter and Sally Saul curated show, Venus Over Manhattan, New York, NY, USA
Friends from LA, Rental Gallery, East Hampton, NY, USA
Howard’s and Tif Sigfrids Presents, Galeria Mascota, Mexico City, Mexico
Friends of Marvin Gardens, Rod Barton, London, United Kingdom
Chimera, Fisher Parrish, Brooklyn, NY, USA
Flower Sermon, curated by Jennifer Sullivan, You Gallery, New York, USA
An Eye for an Eye, Arsenal, New York, USA
Flat Earthers, Galeria Alegria, Madrid, Spain

Retreat curated by Maggie Gladstone and Peter Labier, Mom’s, New York, USA
The Dating Game, curated by Kenneth Heyne, The Green Door, Chicago, USA
Ear Putty curated by Esme Thompson-Turcotte, 56 Henry, New York, NY, USA
Combustible Cocktail, Ceysson & Benetiere, Sag Harbor, NY, USA
Unobstructed Views, presented by Library Street Collective and MOCAD Detroit, Hawkins Ferry House, Grosse Pointe, MI, USA
Landscape Modern Oil Painting Canvas Painting Abstract Oil Painting
Wall Hanging
, Jir Sandel, Copenhagen, Denmark
Tif Sigfrids, Los Angeles, CA, USA
MECA Art Fair with White Columns, San Juan, Puerto Rico
Bicoastal, Meyer Vogel, Charleston, NC, USA
Say Yes, curated by Kimia Ferdowsi Kline, Elaine L. Jacobs Gallery at Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, USA

Freud’s Mouth, curated by Ebony Haynes, Cooper Cole, Toronto, ON, Canada
Bruise curated by Chris Hood, Et al., San Francisco, USA
Hybrid Objects, L’inconnue, Montreal, QC, Canada
Outside curated by Matthew Higgs, Karma, Amagansett, NY, USA
Katherine Bradford, Sarah Braman, Al Freeman, Adrianne Rubenstein, Harper’s Books, East Hampton, NY, USA
We Like Explosions, The Pit, Los Angeles, CA, USA
X, Lyles & King, New York, NY, USA
Super Sketchy, Alleyoop Projects, New York, NY, USA
So Much, So Little, All at Once, curated by Yevgeniya Baras, Regina Rex, New York, NY, USA
A Short Story, Field Contemporary, Vancouver, BC
Sibling Rivalries, curated by Ashley Garrett, Torrance Museum of Art, Torrance, ON, Canada

Form is Not Different From Emptiness, curated by Ryan Schneider, Left
Field, San Luis Obispo, CA, USA
Feed the Meter, curated by Wallace Whitney, Galerie Bernard Ceysson, Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Wind Chimes, curated by Shanna Waddel, Bannerette, Brooklyn, NY, USA
Muscular, curated by John McAllister, Kansas Gallery, New York, NY, USA

What Was the Question?, David Petersen Gallery, Minneapolis, MN, USA
Anthropocene, CANADA, New York, NY, USA

William Deloitte, Alicia Gibson, Adrianne Rubenstein, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY, USA
Shut Up, Weirdo, curated by Brandy Carstens, 247365, Brooklyn, NY, USA
The Fruit that Ate Itself, et al., San Francisco, CA, USA

Curatorial Projects

Paradise, co-curated with Edgar Bryan, Night Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, USA

Geranium, Stems Gallery, Brussels, Belgium
We might not have a planet left soon, 68projects, Berlin, Germany

Fort Greene, Venus Los Angeles, CA, USA

Maraschino, Fourteen30 Contemporary, Portland, OR, USA

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

Snail Salon, Regina Rex, Ridgewood, NY, USA
Forget About the Sweetbreads, co-curated with Joanne Greenbaum, James Fuentes, New York, NY, USA


Kat Herriman, “8 Highlights from Miami Art Week”, The New York Times, December 2017
Leland de la Durantaye, “Fleeting Impressions and Abundance of Detail”, Artforum, October 2017
Stephanie Snyder, “Critics Pick”, Artforum, March 2017
Richard Speer, “Adrianne Rubenstein”. Visual Art Source. March 2017

John Chiaverina, “Rema Hort Mann Foundation names 2016 New York Emerging Artist Grantees”, Artnews, November 2016
Bridget Gleeson, “Inspired by Tetsumi Kudo, a New York Painter Makes Contact”, Artsy, October 2016
Claire de Dobay Rifelj, “Fort Greene at VENUS LA”, Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles, October 2016
Mark Segal, “Four Painters at Harper’s Books”, The East Hampton Star, August 2016
Anna Furney “Anna Furney’s Guide to Summer’s Best Exhibits”, Harper’s Bazaar, July 2016
Roberta Smith, “Pam Glick, Annie Pearlman, Adrianne Rubenstein, Alyson Vega”, The New York Times, June 2016
Maria Calandra, “Adrianne Rubenstein”, Pencil in the Studio, June 2016
Diane Solway, “Four Artists to Know Now at White Columns, Including an Instagram Discovery”, W Magazine, June 2016

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

Thomas Micchelli, “More Now than Then: When Art Reaches Back”, Hyperallergic, August 2014

Roberta Smith, “Forget About the Sweetbreads Review”, The New York Times, January 2013
Andrew Russeth, “Forget About the Sweetbreads


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