Mikhail Gubin: Geometry
Mikhail Gubin creates two and three dimensional collage works that do not exist in nature, but at the same time are organic. His works on paper are part Cubist, part Surrealist, and are best described as similar to the action of our memory: from fragments we reconstruct the past. His sculptural works are created using wood discarded from city construction sites and focus on the process of creation, and the idea of giving birth to unwanted materials.
Gubin was born in the USSR and studied at the Art and Technology College of Zagorsk; he has resided in New York City since 1989. His body of work includes sculptures, collages, drawings, paintings, and photography. His resume includes 33 solo and over 200 group exhibitions both within United States and worldwide.
Meet the Artist reception Thursday, November 12, 2015, 4:30 – 6:30 pm, Gallery Talk at 5:30 p.m.
Hours: Tuesday & Thursday 2 – 7 pm; Wednesday & Friday, 11 am – 5 pm; Sunday 1 – 4 pm
(Closed Monday & Saturday, and November 25 – 29)Visit Event Website for More Info