About

aboutNoah Lubin, born in 1979 in Chicago into an artistic family,  is an American Pop and Neo-Expressionsit painter .His mother had an “art salon” and thus he came into contact with many artists. He always felt he had the vocation to paint, but only in 2008 he revealed himself as an artist with an immediate and overwhelming success. and his works are been exhibit and collected internationally over the past few years.
Noah uses different media such as acrylic, oil, and markers and mixes them, creating fresh and provocative color combinations. His style is also unique in the combination of Fauvism, Cubism and Neo-Expressionism.
“I want to see beyond what the eye sees, beyond outward shape, and draw close to the inner life of things.
I want to touch how it touches the imagination and spirit more intimately than the senses. I’m curious of its secrets, and why is it hiding? And I need to share this because there is no meaning in solitude as duality is the pinnacle of creation.”
Lubin’s art explores basic human relationships, and the individual, through childhood archetypes such as friendship, love, brotherhood or sworn enemies.  Through a youthful imagination of play and absurdity, he obscures their boundaries by blending the familiar and foreign, cute and strange. His images often reference popular icons while introducing his own iconography and interpretive language. Lubin’s work is inspired by Contemporary and Modern giants such as Jeff Koons, Basquiat, Ed Pashke, Dubufett, and Karel Appel.

“I want to gain intimacy with the world around me. And to not live as a stranger who passed through this world without learning names and the faces which transcend those names. I look, I listen, I touch, I taste, I paint. And in painting I love, like a child, simply.”

Exhibitions:
2008 London, Manchester, England. Paris, France. Jerusalem, Israel. New York, USA.
2009 London, England. Paris, France. New York, Jerusalem, Israel. USA . Bogotá, Colombia. Cape Code, South Africa.
2010 London, England. Paris, France. New York, USA. Jerusalem, Israel.
2011 London, England. Paris, Aix en Provence, France. New York, USA. Tel-Aviv, Jerusalem, Israel.

Private collections:

France, England, USA, Switzerland, South Africa, South America, Canada, Israel