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sculptor , university professor

David George Rabinowitch, Canadian sculptor. Recipient CAPS award New York State Council Arts, 1974; Lynch-Staunton award distinction Canada Council, Ottawa, 1976; JS Guggenheim Memorial Foundation fellowship, New York City, 1975; National Endowment Arts fellowship, Washington, 1986-1987. Member Royal Canada Academy Arts and Sciences.

Background

Rabinowitch, David George was born on March 6, 1943 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Came to the United States, 1972. Son of Joseph and Ruthe (Calverley) Rabinowitch.

Education

Bachelor in English Literature, University Western Ontario, London, 1963.

Career

While Rabinowitch’s art has often rippled with sublimated emotion and maculate tactility, these drawings suggest that its internal tensions have precipitated an irreparable rupture with its own past, eradicating its Platonic surface to expose a jarring, multi-leveled parallel world.".

Works

Views

In late 2010 to early 2011, Peter Blum Gallery exhibited Birth of Romanticism: New Works on Paper. In a review in The Brooklyn Rail, Thomas Micchelli writes: "The wildness of Birth of Romanticism comes as a shock.

Membership

[Royal Canadian Academy of Arts. Artists Rights Society]He was made a member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: music.

Connections

Married Sheila Martin, June 1966 (divorced 1981). Married Catrina Neiman, March 14, 1983 (divorced 2010).

father:
Joseph Rabinowitch

mother:
Ruthe (Calverley) Rabinowitch

spouses:
Sheila Martin

Catrina Neiman