I Myself Am Stange and Unusual: The Art of Maria Rubinke

The traditional fine white of porcelain evokes a sense of fragile elegance, a delicate beauty that is only enhanced when the figurines are childlike, baby-faced innocents with cherubic cheeks near bursting with the exuberant delight of childhood. Danish artist Maria Rubinke subverts these conventions with her macabre and bizarre… Read More ›