Patrick
Rubinstein


Works

Arty Soup


44 1/16’’ x 28 11/16’’

An artistic Panda


28 1/4’’ x 18 7/8’’

Art’dvertising


44 3/8’’ x 44 3/8’’

Baby Love


54 1/2’’ x 54 1/2’’

Banana Crown Fusion


36 1/8’’ x 51 1/8’’

Blue luxe


58’’ x 38 1/4’’

Dancing night & day


37 3/4’’ x 37 3/4’’

De l’amour fou


44 7/8’’ x 14 1/8’’

En rose et bleu


44 1/2’’ x 44 1/2’’

Hallelujah


44 3/8’’ x 44 3/8’’

Ivy Monroe


44 7/16’’ x 31 7/16’’

Kahlo oui bonjour


51 1/8’’ x 51 1/8’’

Kiss my Love


54 1/4’’ x 54 1/4’’

Kinetic Can


37 3/4’’ x 37 3/4’’

Soupe à la Popate


44 1/16’’ x 28 11/16’’

L’amour absolu


37 3/4’’ x 37 3/4’’

La folie des Beatles


44 3/8’’ x 44 3/8’’

Le grand St Laurent


44 3/8’’ x 44 3/8’’

Le luxe et l’amour


28 1/4’’ x 18 7/8’’

Le nouveau luxe


37 3/4’’ x 37 3/4’’

Lennon’s World


28 1/4’’ x 18 7/8’’

Les motifs de klimt


44 1/2’’ x 44 1/2’’

Love Machination


43 7/8’’ x 43 7/8’’

Love is Paint


44’’ x 28 5/8’’

Luxe forever


51 1/8’’ x 51 1/8’’

Matching Art


28 5/16’’ x 18 7/8’’

Metal YSL


44 3/8’’ x 44 3/8’’

Mexico’s Queen


28 1/4’’ x 18 7/8’’

Mickey by Warhol


28 5/16’’ x 18 7/8’’

Mickey is a Star


28 1/4’’ x 18 7/8’’

Mighty Love


28 1/4’’ x 18 7/8’’

Neon Pop Art


44’’ x 28 5/8’’

Petit Love


57 7/8’’ x 57 7/8’’

Rosace papillonante


59 3/4’’ x 59 3/4’’

See you babe


54 1/2’’ x 54 1/2’’

SOUPI SOUP


59’’ x 39 ¼’’

Space Marilyn


37 3/4’’ x 37 3/4’’

Velo Xelu


44 3/8’’ x 44 3/8’’

War’Moo


28 1/4’’ x 18 7/8’’

Whaam Love


51 1/8’’ x 51 1/8’’

What a Klimt


44 1/2’’ x 31 1/2’’

Editions

Amour Luxurieux


24 1/2’’ x 23 1/2’’, Ed. 30

Arc-en-amour


24 1/2’’ x 23 1/2’’, Ed. 30

Love Explosif


24 1/2’’ x 23 1/2’’, Ed. 30

Pif Paf Bang!


24 1/2’’ x 23 1/2’’, Ed. 30

Barhiat


24 1/2’’ x 23 1/2’’, Ed. 30

Wasquol


24 1/2’’ x 23 1/2’’, Ed. 30

That’s all Love


24 1/2’’ x 23 1/2’’, Ed. 30

Full Pop


24 1/2’’ x 23 1/2’’, Ed. 30

Geometric Marilyn


24 1/2’’ x 23 1/2’’, Ed. 30

Lightning of Art


24 1/2’’ x 23 1/2’’, Ed. 30

Cutie Teddy


24 1/2’’ x 23 1/2’’, Ed. 30

L’amour en rouge


20’’ x 20’’, Ed. 30

Love Spray


27 1/8’’ x 27 1/8’’, Ed. 8

Art Library, Haring & Co


52’’ x 44 7/8’’, Ed.8

Art Library, Mondrian & Friends


40 1/8’’ x 46’’, Ed.8

Art Library, Picasso & Co


25 1/8’’ x 57’’, Ed.8

People & Brand Marylin


14 1/8’’ x 14 1/8’’, Ed. 30

People & Brands - Mick Jagger


14 1/8’’ x 14 1/8’’, Ed.30

People & Brand Lennon


14 1/8’’ x 14 1/8’’, Ed. 30


Biography

Patrick Rubinstein was born in Paris in 1960, during the era of British rock, cinema and American pop. His family introduced him to the value of art, which made a strong impression on his childhood and later fed the development of his own artistic language. He received his passion for cinema from his mother and accredits his father for his inventive spirit as well as his introduction to the techniques of kinetic art through inventive films made with a Super 8 camera.

Rubinstein was only 18 years old when he sold his first artworks; this laid out the foundation of his practice: the superimposition of images set in motion by optical illusions. It was not, however, until many years later that the artist perfected his technique and quintessential style to become one of the most popular contemporary artists of his time.

Rubinstein’s works highlight the major icons and celebrities of the second half of the twentieth century. This colourful Pop universe of the 60’s is revisited with the added black and white glamour of the 50’s, in artworks that are infused with the anarchic madness of 80’s street art that continues to shake the foundations of Modern art. Rubinstein invites us to immerse ourselves in these memories and rediscover this nostalgia through today’s standards.

In line with Op Art – optical art, art in movement- Rubinstein’s art goes beyond this category to embrace the techniques of kinetic art. The result is striking: the image, fixed at fist, comes to life according to the movements of the viewer. We become the animator vis-à-vis the unprecedented dynamics of his work, that surprise us with every viewing.

Drawing from themes both past and present, from Surrealism to Pop art, as well as a range in media from photography to sculpture, Rubinstein’s work confronts these distant worlds and brings them into harmony. His compositions offer us a melody that is both futuristic and avant-garde with works that are situated at the crossroads of Optical, Pop and Street Art.

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