Patrick Rubinstein is a French artist born in 1960. He currently works and lives in Paris.
By an innovative process, the artist offers to see his creations in three dimensions, and even to see several works in one. Three different points of view become possible. In this sense, he works on the notion of Opt Art, or optical art, a genre that plays with our perceptions, which deludes us. A style that experienced a meteoric rise in the 1960s.
When Vasarely designs abstract trompe l’oeil in space by transforming architecture, Patrick Rubinstein will play with the figurative. He reappropriates icons of pop culture, and presents them to us in different facets.
He develops a kinetic universe from multiple influences, from the Renaissance to Street Art via Pop Art or surrealism, his creativity knows no bounds. Upon contact, the images become alive, a process that will grant him international recognition.
Patrick Rubinstein has notably worked with Philippe Starck and his works are presented all over the world. In 2013, only five years after selling his first work to Durot, he was ranked 89th in the top 100 of the best-rated French artists.