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  • Rhynchophorus ferrugineus A new publication by Glen Rubsamen

    Glen Rubsamen’s latest book is an extension of his new body of photographic works. It revolves around the Rhynchophorus ferrugineus, better known as the Red Palm Weevil, an insect with Asiatic origins that has moved quickly westward over the last century, aided by technology and globalism. The weevil’s arrival in Southern Europe has devastated palm…

  • Glen Rubsamen lonelyfingers Sunday conversations programme at Museum Abteiberg

    Lonelyfingers presents a lecture by Glen Rubsamen as the last Sunday conversation at Museum Abteiberg. Glen Rubsamen is an American artist currently living and working in Los Angeles. His artistic practice evolves around landscape painting that reflects on the mutations of plant life in human built environments. For the lonelyfingers Konversationsstücke exhibition he contributed various…

  • An Accidental Ensemble lonelyfingers Finds collection by Glen Rubsamen

    Inspired in part by John Baldessari’s ‘The Backs of All the Trucks Passed While Driving from Los Angeles to Santa Barbara, California, Sunday, 20 January 1963’, Glen Rubsamen began a project in 2012 to photograph billboards and palm trees together in the same moment. It became quickly apparent that it was almost impossible to photograph…

  • Konversationsstücke A lonelyfingers Finds collection

    By: Daniel Barroca / Jay Batlle / Jarosław Fliciński / Jessica Gispert / Manuel Graf / Owen Gump / Diango Hernández / Rita McBride / Anne Pöhlmann / Glen Rubsamen / Tom Sloan / Monika Stricker We can certainly live without objects, but it is unclear if we would be able to remember without having…

  • In a zip-lock bag by Glen Rubsamen for TheFindsPaper#1

    If you compare the website with the store even from the same brand, say J.Crew for example, a fundamental and powerful difference is immediately apparent. On the most basic level the website contains a variety of individuals: individual models wearing individual styles. The bulk of inventory is hidden within a flattering menu of possibilities all…

  • photo: Jay Batlle

    Pussy Riot A lonelyfingers Finds collection

    Riots improved a bit since the assassination of Julius Caesar. As you probably know that day of 44 BC in Rome an incensed mob took firebrands from the pyre and attacked the houses of Brutus and Cassius, as well as killing Helvius Cinna… Riots and Non-Violence Resistance Protests (NVR) only share few behaviour patterns; they…

  • Glen Rubsamen

    1959 Born in Hollywood, California, USA. Education: MFA, University of California at Los Angeles, USA More info at: Robert Miller Gallery, NY / Mai 36, Zurich / Alfonso Artiaco, Naples / Cosar HMT, Dusseldorf / Annemarie Verna Galerie, Zurich Awards and residencies 1988 WESTAF NEA in Drawing. / 1992 Visiting Artist American Academy in Rome…

  • photo: Anne Pöhlmann

    Milk Can Escape A lonelyfingers Finds collection

    In 1901, Harry Houdini introduced his own trademark, the Milk Can Escape. In this act, Houdini was handcuffed and sealed inside an over-sized milk can filled with water and make his escape behind a curtain. To represent the heightened drama, Houdini invited members of the audience to hold their breath for the duration of the…