STACKED (pre Lego)
                                                                  Halsam American Bricks 1950’s, 2013   photo:David Fleming

                                                                          ART CAREER
                                                                          collected items, garlic, 2009  Photo:David Fleming

(RE)TIRED, old belts,1985

ALLERGY SEASON, boxed tissue, 2013  Photo:David Fleming

BIRD, acrylic paint, paper, 1979

PELT, leopard skin, framed, 2012     Photo:David Fleming

POTENTIAL FOR GROWTH, rubber bands, 2014   photo:David Fleming


Ken Dubin’s paintings have been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions throughout the United States and abroad including, the Chicago Cultural Center, Perimeter Gallery, Gwenda Jay/Addington Gallery, Fassbinder Gallery and Artemesia Gallery in Chicago; the Wustum Museum of Fine Art and Peltz Gallery In Wisconsin; Judith Racht Gallery In Michigan; David Adamson Gallery in Washington DC; Shirley Fetterman Gallery and Triplex Gallery in New York, Perry-Nicole Gallery in Memphis, Tennessee; ICON Gallery, Teeple Hansen Gallery and the Dubuque Museum of Art, Dubuque, in Iowa; the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Camp Gallery and Muscarelle Museum of Art in Virginia; the Deutsch-Amerikanisches Institutek, Regensburg Germany. An exhibition sponsored by the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, curated by Frederick Brandt of  20th Century Art at the Virginia Museum, traveled through Virginia including: the Bayly Art Museum, Maier Museum of Art, Roanoke Museum of Fine Art, and the Virginia Beach Arts Center.

He has received fellowships from the Ragdale Foundation, Lake Forest, Illinois; the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Virginia; the Michael Karolyi Memorial Foundation, Vence, France; Ox-Bow, Saugatuck, Michigan; the Grinnell Artist residency in Grinnell, Iowa and Prairie center of the Arts, Peoria, Illinois. Dubin received an M.F.A. from the University of Illinois, Chicago. He was born in Chicago, Illinois and moved to Iowa in 2009.

This is the first time showing his sculptural works.

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