Entries by Lydia Rubio

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Tarnished Nature, Erasable Art. Performance Video 2019

Interactive paintings performance at the Lumberyard, Catskill NY. 9. 15. 2019. Exhibition of five large format paintings on panel related to environmental issues in the Hudson River. The public was invited to participate in a sequence of erasures and redrawing of the works including references to the sites painted by Frederick Church and Thomas Cole, […]

Open Studio Hudson

FIRST ANNUAL OPEN STUDIO HUDSON 2019 SAT, OCT 12 – SUN, OCT 13, 2019, NOON – 6 PM CLOSING RECEPTION: OCT 13, 7 – 9 PM, TSL OPEN STUDIO HUDSON 2019 celebrates the vibrant and talented community of artists and artisans in Hudson, New York. Recently ranked sixth for it’s “arts vibrancy” among small communities […]

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The Traveling Artist: Journals by Lydia Rubio

CENTER OF BOOK ARTS NYC Opening October 3 – 14 Artist talk December 5th Journals of Cuba, India and Patagonia. See complete journals videos here. The Traveling Artist: Journals by Lydia Rubio This exhibition features artistic documentation of artist Lydia Rubio’s travel narratives across linguistic and geographic landscapes. A multiple series of work including, The […]


The Protest Art Show, review by Sandy Moore

The Protest Art Show at Time & Space Limited in Hudson The Protest Art Show opened at Time & Space Limited (TSL) on Aug 31. The exhibit was curated by Arte4A, a collaboration by artists Pauline Decarmo, George Spencer and Tom McGill. This exhibition is a din of about 100 works in diverse media, by […]


TSL Protest Art Show 2019

View Video of interaction with ALOSA SAPIDISSIMA This exhibition in the TSL Gallery deals with issues of racism, environmental, economic inequality, access to health care, LGBTQ and women’s rights, gender equality, voter suppression, political and economic issues, dark money and political corruption, MAGA, The Wall / ICE, Dogwhistling, police violence, and more. Arte4a is a […]

Hudson NY Public Radio Interview 2019

WGXC Public Radio interview with George Spencer and Pauline Decarmo.  Early life in Cuba, family background, education, visual perception, architecture and art, teaching, philosophy behind the works. 2019


The Ellies Award, 2018

The Ellies Award, October 2018 My upcoming new project is funded by The Ellies, Miami’s visual arts awards, presented by ArtCenter/South Florida. This grant is to be used “To support the creation of a series of large-scale interactive erasable works about the impermanence of our ecological systems affected by pollution and global warming ”