It wasn’t until I visited the Doge’s Palace in Venice and came face to face with "Paradise," Tintoretto’s large painting that hangs majestically in the Ducal Hall, that I discovered, that Tintoretto was still alive. Yes, some artists' voices live forever. Here he was, some 400 years later, looking down at me looking up at him. I didn’t have to read the painting’s label which … [Read more...]
About Edward Rubin
A New York based writer, Edward Rubin's writings have appeared in many magazines such as Art & Antiques, ArtUS, dART International, Canadian Art, ArtNexus, Flash Art, Hispanic Outlook, and Sculpture, as well as foreign magazines and online venues such as www.artesmagazine.com. He is an active member of the prestigious International Association of Art Critics (AICA). As a curator, his exhibition, "Anne Ferrer: Billowing Beauty", was presented at the The Lab Gallery in New York City. Rubin's photographs and collages have been exhibited at museums and galleries in the U.S. and Europe. He was an art and theater critic for Manhattan Arts International magazine (1983-2000). Rubin has also served as a juror for Manhattan Arts International's The Healing Power of Art juried exhibitions.