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Saul Robbins is interested in the ways in which people move through, relate to, and occupy their surroundings, especially the intersection of private and public experience in urban environments. His work has been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions throughout the United States and internationally, and featured in Aufbau, CPW Photography Quarterly, More Magazine, The New York Times, San Francisco Photo Metro, TAM, Wired, and others.
His work is in the collections of Alliance Capital, Hunter College, The Portland (OR) Museum of Art, and numerous private collections. His curatorial projects include Projecting Freedom: Cinematic Interpretations of The Haggadah, (2009-2010); Regarding Intimacy, at The Karl and Bertha Leubsdorf Gallery at Hunter College (March - May 2007); and No Live Girls an installation of artist's videos at The Lusty Lady in San Francisco and Seattle (www.nolivegirls.org). In 1998 Robbins was awarded a NICA Stipendium to study on exchange at Berlin's Hoch Schule der Kunste while pursuing his MFA at Hunter College. He teaches photography at The International Center of Photography and Pratt Institute in New York City.
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