Entries by Lydia Rubio


Olana Zoom Seminar: Re-Presenting Landscape: The Paintings of Lydia Rubio

How can landscape painting serve as a source of refuge and self-reflection in today’s challenging world? During this virtual webinar, Cuban American artist Lydia Rubio will discuss how her work reinterprets the notion of “landscape,” taking inspiration from Frederic Church and members of the “Hudson River School”. Much like Church himself, Rubio’s paintings take inspiration […]


Lydia Rubio in Point de Vue, Paris Magazine

Featured in the first image on the top right are two paintings by Lydia Rubio. They are “El Rosal” from the series of Colombia (2014).   Featured on the second page in the top right is the landscape painting “Viñales Proun” (1984) on the wall.   Link to the full article is here: https://www.pointdevue.fr/lifestyle/visites-privees/chez-monika-mclennan-a-manhattan

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LOT 24 – In Conversation with Lydia Rubio

  In this recently made video, Lydia Rubio explain the process and concepts behind her multipanel painting, LOT 24. LOT 24 dives into topics of exile, queerness, war, and personal commentaries. It is based on an appropriation of Rubens’ ‘Exodus from Sodom and Gomorrah’ which is in the permanent collections of the Bass Museum of Art and Ringling Museum of […]