DONALD RUBINSTEIN   Visual Art 

 (see Narrative Bio for additonal Music, Poetry, Film and Performance)


Education: 

Washington University, St. Louis, B.A. Music Composition

Columbia University (one semester)

Berklee College of Music (2 semesters)

Madame Margaret Stedman Chaloff: Private Piano Scholarship (teacher of Leonard Bernstein, Keith Jarret, Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea)

Awards:

2014 The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation_Residency-Fellowship (via nomination)_Interdisciplinary

2010 Fundacion Valparaiso, Spain_Residency-Fellowship_Composer 

2009 Ascap Plus Award for Jazz Composition 

2007 Ascap Plus Award for Popular Compositioin 

2001 Ucross Foundation, Residency_Composer 

1999 Banff Centre for The Arts_Residency_Composer

1997 Ascap Special Award in Theater Arts

Solo Exhibitions:

2015 Phil Space, Santa Fe, New Mexico

2014 Cloud5 Project, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Pop Up

2011 La Tienda Exhibit Space, Santa Fe. New Mexico

2007 Gallery 68, Austin, Texas

2007 Linda Durham Contemporary Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico

2007 The Center For Contemporary Arts, Santa Fe, New Mexico

1997 2100 Square Feet, Los Angeles, California

 

Group Exhibitions

2018

The Bale Creek Allen Gallery, Austin, Texas, Exhibition by Kiki Smith, included Seed 2003, Kiki Smith and Donald Rubinstein, portfolio of 8 etchings.

2015

The Boston Printmakers 2015 North American Print Biennial

2013

Fountain Art Fair, New York City 

2012

Zane Bennet Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico

2011

City Hall, Albuquerque, Permanent Collection

2010

Bemis Art Center, Omaha, Nebraska

2009

Bemis Art Center, Omaha, Nebraska

2008

Eugene Binder Gallery, Marfa, Texas (in collaboration with Kiki Smith)

Hahn-Ross Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico

2007

City of Albuquerque, Public Art, New Acquisitions

2006

Whitney Museum of American Art, New York City, in collaboration with Kiki Smith

2004

Museum of Modern Art, New York City, in collaboration with Kiki Smith