Raquel Rabinovich: Portals

This is an exhibtion that will be on view at Hutchinson Modern & Contemporary  from September 13 through November 5, 2021. It will feature a selection of my work from the 1960s to the present.

“High Water” Zoom event, 2021

I have participated in “High Water,” a Zoom event that took place in Devon, England on March 30, 2021. I was one of the presenting artists considering the relationship between art and nature in the context of tides.  My presentation included my Hudson River Project titled “Emergences.”
This is the link to my presentation:


Raquel Rabinovich: Hutchinson Modern & Contemporary, 2020

This is a PDF presentation of my work published by Hutchinson Modern & Contemporary in 2020. It includes 24 pages of photographs and texts.


Renderings of my site-specific glass sculptures from which they may be recreated, 2020

Each panel contains visual data concerning the given sculpture. These include floor plans with complete elevations, opaque and transparent axonometric views, a complete layout of all the panels involved, and a rendered axonometric view playing with tones, shades and shadows.


Interview by Jonathan Goodman, May 2020

This interview by Jonathan Goodman was published by Fronterad in both English and Spanish.

Blurring Boundaries:The Women of AAA, 1936-Present

One of my drawings is included in this exhibition at the Clara M. Eagle Gallery,
Murray State University, Murray, KY. Curated by Rebecca DiGiovanna. The exhibition travels to the Ewing Gallery, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN in November
September 27th to November 1st, 2018         

Raquel Rabinovich: The Reading Room

This is a solo exhibition at the Thompson Memorial Library at Vassar College that brings together a selection of my drawings spanning from 1978 to 2017. The exhibition is curated by Mary-Kay Lombino. 

November 1st to December 20th, 2018

AAA Prints 2012– 2019

My work is included in the forthcoming exhibition: AAA Prints 2012– 2019, The Gallery at The Visual and Performing Arts Center, Western CT State University, Danbury, CT

October 16th to December 6th, 2020

Remains – Tomorrow: Themes in Contemporary Latin American Abstraction

My work is included in this forthcoming publication, edited by Cecilia Fajardo-Hill.

Date to be announced