Rochelle Rubinstein is a Toronto-based printmaker, painter, fabric and book artist.
In Toronto, she is represented by Loop Gallery, where her solo exhibitions are held regularly.
In addition, she has recently had solo and two person exhibitions at Tokyo University of the Arts; Yeshiva University Museum and The Museum at Hebrew Union College in New York; University of Toronto’s CJS Gallery and Multifaith Centre, and McMaster Museum; as well as exhibitions in such diverse places as Irish Museum of Modern Art; Cheng Shiu University Art Centre, Taiwan; Philadephia Museum of Jewish Art; Print Triennial, Estonia; and, in Canada, McMaster Museum; Open Studio; Harbourfront Gallery; Gallery at Sheridan Institute; Chinese Cultural Centre; Art Gallery of Ontario; St. Anne’s Anglican Church.
Rubinstein’s work can be found in public collections such as the Museum of Modern Art, New York; New York Public Library; the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin; and the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
She has completed several artist residencies, including Stern College for Women, New York City; Women’s Studio Workshop, New York State; Holocaust Centre, Toronto; and the Irish Museum of Modern Art and Aras Eanna Art Centre, Ireland.
As a community arts facilitator, her workshops and projects involving groups such as health workers, battered women, people with eating disorders, seniors with depression, and youth at risk, are based upon methods that are central to her own art practice: drawing, printmaking, sewing, and bookmaking.