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ROBYN O’NEIL

Robyn O’Neil. Image by Nikki Dalonzo.

Robyn O’Neil, Staring into the blankness they fell in order to begin, 2008. Graphite on paper. 77 x 144 in. © Robyn O’Neil, courtesy Talley Dunn Gallery, Dallas, Texas. Linda Pace Foundation Collection, Ruby City, San Antonio, Texas.

“When I journey out, my imagination and drive completely goes away. It’s when I stay put and stay boring…that’s when I’m most on fire. I need to be left alone to be inspired.”

Robyn O’Neil for Ruby City

NANCY RUBINS MOVE

TO RUBY CITY

“We are thrilled to have this amazing work so purposefully placed by the artist herself in our sculpture garden…There is such a dynamic connection between Rubins’s gestural sculpture and Ruby City’s faceted design.”

Kelly O’Connor, Sculpture Magazine

RUBY CITY

ANNOUNCES CO-COMMISSION

WITH ISAAC JULIEN

LINA BO BARDI—

A MARVELLOUS ENTANGLEMENT

“I wanted to add not only the Long Road to Mazatlán to my collection, but all of Isaac’s work. This was a first for me.”

Linda Pace, Dreaming Red

ISAAC JULIEN—

LOOKING FOR LANGSTON

ON VIEW AT STUDIO

Isaac Julien’s Looking for Langston is currently on view at Studio through August 11, 2019.

Looking for Langston, one of Julien’s most recognized early works, is a meditation on the life of poet, novelist and playwright Langston Hughes alongside several of his contemporaries who were also integral members of the Harlem Renaissance.

“…that high cicada hum being one of the ways we knew we were home, in our skins, our hair our downstairs rooms where …living as we do moving as we do … body as body, of experience, body of art, body not…” —Jenny Browne