Ilan Rubin's work assumes the challenges of photography as both the most pervasive and quickly changing medium of our time.
Unique arrangements and the combining of images from disparate contexts form the basis of his versatile practice. Moving seamlessly from the studio onto the street, Ilan arranges images in ways that incite unexpected dialogues.
Commercial photography and artwork fold together through his projects with a distinct style. His editorial and advertising work is always looking for new ways to transcend the ordinary, such as in his innovative collaborations with Barneys New York, Knoll , Japanese Vogue, and The New York Times.
Ilan’s most recent personal project, Shredding, explores the collision of digital and paper record keeping and the changing relationship technology allows us to have with privacy. Meanwhile, his Deconstructions series is an inquiry into the very nature of what makes a digital photograph.
Ilan Rubin was born in Israel He has been living and working in New York since 1985.
APLBOX is a new furniturecompany inspired by the common piece of photography equipment.