Unmani Rubinstein
     
1968 ne Tel Aviv, Israel
vit et travaille Melbourne, Australie


Formation

2002
MFA, Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne, Australie

1990-1992
BFA Hons. Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem, Israel


Prix

2001 Young Artist Award, Ministry of Culture and Science, Israel
1998 Oscar Handler Award, Kibbutz Locahmei Hagetaot
1992 Mary Fisher Award, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design


Expositions Personnelles

2005
The Bug In The Bottle, Tal Esther Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
Be Flat, David Yalin College, Jerusalem
2004
The Bug In The Bottle, Red Gallery, Melbourne, Australie
2003
Commission for Bat Sheva Dance Company, Golden Patrons
2002
Soft World, Tal Esther Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
2000
Which witch is which Deformalistic exhibition, Tal Esther Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
1998
Yawn, Hamidrasha School of Art Gallery, Beit Berl
1997
Puddles, Mary Fauzi Gallery, Yaffo
Kibbutz Lochamei HaGetaot Gallery, Kibbutz Lochamei HaGetaot Gallery
1996
Mary Fauzi Gallery, Yaffo


Expositions Collectives

2012
to get the sun on your back, 121 Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
2007
Untitled, Studio Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
2006
Domestik 2, Area Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
2005
Alphabet, Kristinehamns Konstmuseum, East Sweden
Transition, VCA Gallery, Melbourne, Australie
2004
Pets, Time for Art, Tel Aviv
Alphabet, Stockholm Art Fair, Stockholm
UMPA Art Prize, George Patton Gallery, Melbourne, Australie
ANZ Visual Arts Fellowship, ANZ, Melbourne, Australie
2003
Old New Land, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem
Affirmative Action, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv, Israel
2002
At Home, Tal Esther Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
Grid Images in Israeli Art, University of Haifa Art Gallery
Focus on Painting, Haifa Museum of Contemporary Art
Imagine, 300 Artists for Co-Existence, Um El Fahem Gallery
2001
The Ministry of Culture an Science Award Exhibition, Israel Museum of Art, Jerusalem
2000
Ladies and Gentleman, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv, Israel
Wish List, Israel Museum of Art, Jerusalem
1999
Frog Frog Frog, Curator: Hugit Rubenstein, Nehama Gallery, Yaffo
Summer Exhibition, Israel Museum of Art, Jerusalem
1998
Spring and the End of Summer, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv, Israel
1997
The Peace Exhibition, An exhibition in honour of King Hussein, Amman, Jordan
The translucent paintings of Unmani Rubinstein allow us to acknowledge the depth of the pieces, and more the shadows cast on the wall behind the works create another dimension as well as the environment in which the work is installed. These effects generate a greater awareness of the act of seeing.