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WALTER ROBINSON AND ADRIANNE RUBENSTEIN Walter Robinson is a New York painter and art critic. This is his second exhibition at Stems Gallery. He has previously shown his paintings at Jeffrey Deitch in 2016 and in «Fast Forward: Painting from the 1980s» at the Whitney Museum. An exhibition of new work, «The Americans,» opened last summer at Vito Schnabel in St. Moritz. As a critic, Robinson was founding editor of Artnet Magazine, and also wrote on art for Art in America, Artspace.com, the East Village Eye and the New York Observer.

Adrianne Rubenstein is an artist and curator based in New York, this is the rst exhibition of her paintings at Stems Gallery. Solo shows include Reyes Projects, Birmingham, MI (2017); Fourteen30 Contemporary, Portland, OR (2017); White Columns, New York (2016); and The Pit, Los Angeles (2016). Curatorial projects include ‘Geranium’ at Stems Gallery, Brussels (2017); ’We Might not have a planet left soon’ at 68projects in Berlin (2017); ‘Fort Greene’ at Venus Los Angeles (2016), ’Snail Salon’ at Regina Rex (2013), New York; and ‘Forget About the Sweetbreads’, co-curated with Joanne Geenbaum at James Fuentes, New York (2013). Rubenstein’s work has been covered by The New York Times, Artforum and W Magazine.

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