Born in Tel Aviv in 1977 Michal Rubin is an artist based in NY and Tel Aviv.
Rubin recived her BFA in photography from the School of Visual Arts in 2002 and an MFA from the Slade school of Fine Arts, UCL, London, graduating in 2013.
Working as a freelance photographer her work has been featured by The New York Times, W magazine, The Independent Magazine, The Guardian, The Telegraph, The Sunday Times, V, Washington Post, New York magazine, O, Nido, Casa Da Abitare and Gravure to name a few.
Selected exhibitions include: Chisenhale gallery, Jerwood Space, APT gallery, Bedlam gallery, Sothebys, & Bridge art fair in London; Andrea Meislin Gallery, SVA Gallery in New York; Gallery 39, Periscope gallery, Fresh Paint art fair & The Rubin Museum in Tel Aviv.
Rubin works with photography, collage and video.