Artist Anila Rubiku

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Anila Rubiku was born in Albania in 1970; today she lives and works in  between Toronto, Milan and Tirana. Rubiku’s work includes drawings and installations. She has developed a unique way of actively incorporating local people into community projects that combine tradition and art, local history and a contemporary perspective, creating a fascinating new hybrid. She takes as her material: gender; architecture; memories and history.

“Effacing memory” 2013

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“Albania, Women, Justice and the Law” 2013

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Bars Installation9“Portraits” 2013

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“Lanscape Legacy” 2012

“Lanscape Legacy” 2012


“Other countries. other Citizenships” 2011


“Other countries. other Citizenships” 2011

“Hats protect ideas” 2011


“Love Difference” 2011

“Ain’t I a Women?” 2010

“Ain’t I a Women?” 2010

Image Solo show @ Jozsa gallery -  Installation “Moleskine Konrad” 2010

 



“Houses of the rising sun” 2005

“The 16 ways” 2007

Installation “Sunsex in Arizona” 2009

“Casa all’Italiana Superleggera” 2006

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rjhz1rOgsF4

“Milan – Tokyo a round trip”

“One night only”

 

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