American Abstract Artists (AAA) Member Interviews, 2021
The American Abstract Artists has produced this short video profile as part of an ongoing series of AAA Member Interviews. Shot & edited by Christian Nguyen
The Brooklyn Rail - Zoom conversation with Ann McCoy & Alex Bacon
2021 -Artist joins Brooklyn Rail Editor-at-Large Ann McCoy and art historian Alex Bacon for a Zoom conversation.
Interview by Jonathan Goodman, 2020
This interview by Jonathan Goodman was published in May, 2020 by Fronterad in both English and Spanish.
Versión en español > https://www.fronterad.com/raquel-rabinovich-trato-de-hacer-visible-lo-invisible-el-contraste-entre-la-conversacion-y-el-silencio-es-una-caracteristica-de-mi-existencia-y-de-mi-arte/
Panel discussion on the occasion of the exhibition "Raquel Rabinovich: Excerpts" at Pratt Library, 2017.
"Raquel Rabinovich: Excerpts" Exhibition
Panelists: Alex Bacon, Robert C. Morgan, Raquel Rabinovich
Moderator: Martha Wilson
"Raquel Rabinovich: Excerpts" is a solo exhibition that brings together drawings from her ongoing “River Library” series in the context of the Pratt Library in Brooklyn. A library within a library. Co-sponsored by the Pratt Institute Libraries and Franklin Furnace Archive, the exhibition is curated by Alex Bacon, a scholar, writer and curator based in New York City. Exhibition dates: January 31 – April 3, 2017
Panel discussion on the occasion of Raquel Rabinovich’s exhibition “Gateless Gates” at Y Gallery, 2014
“Gateless Gates” at Y Gallery, New York, NY
from November 21 – December 23, 2014.
Raquel Rabinovich in conversation with Alex Bacon and Ann McCoy on Saturday 13th of December, 2014 at 2 pm.
Brooklyn Rail Interview with Ann McCoy, 2014
Ann McCoy met with Raquel Rabinovich at her Rhinebeck studio to view her work and archives. Rabinovich discussed her life in Argentina, her native country, and also her life as a world citizen in Paris, Copenhagen, Edinburgh, and New York, and her afternoons with Jorge Luis Borges.
INTERVIEW: ON THE NATURE OF ART & THE ART OF NATURE, 2014
Raquel Rabinovich on the invisible world, slowing down & mud as aesthetic
Oral History Program of the Smithsonian Institution Archives of American Art, 2012
Interview included in the Oral History Program of the Smithsonian Institution Archives of American Art, conducted by James McElhinney. He met with Raquel Rabinovich at her Rhinebeck studio to discuss her life and her art.