February 22, 2024

Emil Wendell

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Bonnie Rubenstein’s Photos Have Been in the Smithsonian, The Smithsonian, and the San Francisco Museum

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Introduction

Bonnie Rubenstein is a San Francisco-based photographer who has been featured in the Smithsonian, The Smithsonian, and the San Francisco Museum. Her work focuses on how people live and how they learn about their place in the world. One of her portraits of a Tibetan monk dressed in his prayer robes was chosen as the best print in PhotoLucida, an international photography competition held at Stanford University in 1996. She has won grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, Creative Capital, and others. She worked closely with the late photographer Mitch Epstein and documentary film makers Albert Maysles and Charlotte Zwerin. Her first book “Stone Boatmen” was published by Aperture Foundation in 2010. The book includes work taken while living with stone boatmen in Vietnam and Laos during the 1990s

Bonnie Rubenstein’s Photos 

Bonnie Rubenstein’s work has been shown all over the world. She has won grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, Creative Capital and others. Bonnie has worked closely with the late photographer Mitch Epstein and documentary film makers Albert Maysles and Charlotte Zwerin.

Rubenstein’s work focuses on how people live and how they learn about their place in the world.

Rubenstein’s work focuses on how people live and how they learn about their place in the world. She has been published in many magazines, including The Smithsonian, Time Magazine, National Geographic and The New York Times Magazine. Her photographs have also been featured in over fifty books.

She has won several awards including: Best Photojournalism Book of the Year from Pictures of the Year International; Best Book Award from Communication Arts Magazine; Best Documentary Photographer Award from World Press Photo Foundation and First Place Winner at Festival De La Luz De Valencia Spain for her book “Monkey People.”

One of her portraits of a Tibetan monk dressed in his prayer robes was chosen as the best print in PhotoLucida, an international photography competition held at Stanford University in 1996.

  • PhotoLucida is an international photography competition held at Stanford University every other year.
  • The competition is open to photographers from around the world, who submit images of their work in various categories including landscape, still life and portrait photography.
  • Judges are selected from among experts in their respective fields and include curators at major museums around the world. They evaluate submissions based on artistic vision, technical quality and originality of concept rather than commercial potential or popularity with collectors or galleries.

She has won grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, Creative Capital, and others.

She has won grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, Creative Capital and others. Her work has been shown all over the world, including at The Smithsonian in Washington D.C., The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), and FotoFest International Biennial in Houston.

She worked closely with the late photographer Mitch Epstein and documentary film makers Albert Maysles and Charlotte Zwerin.

Bonnie Rubenstein’s work has been exhibited in solo and group shows at the Smithsonian Institution, The Smithsonian, and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. She has worked closely with the late photographer Mitch Epstein and documentary film makers Albert Maysles and Charlotte Zwerin.

In addition to her photography career, Bonnie Rubenstein has also collaborated with artists in other mediums including painters, sculptors and writers for over two decades.

Her first book “Stone Boatmen” was published by Aperture Foundation in 2010. The book includes work taken while living with stone boatmen in Vietnam and Laos during the 1990s.

The first book “Stone Boatmen” was published by Aperture Foundation in 2010. The book includes work taken while living with stone boatmen in Vietnam and Laos during the 1990s.

The book is called “Stone Boatmen”.

Bonnie Rubenstein’s photos have been shown all over the world

Bonnie Rubenstein’s photos have been shown all over the world. Her work focuses on how people live and learn about their place in the world, from her own life as a mother, teacher and community organizer to others who have lived differently than she does. She has won grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, Creative Capital and others.

Bonnie’s photographs have been published in numerous books including “Dark Fields: A Meditation on Landscape” (Aperture 2005), “The Farm: Photographs From America’s Heartland” (Aperture 2008), “The New Americans” (Steidl 2010), “Sanctuary: Photographs by Bonnie Rubenstein with Text by Peter Matthiessen” (Abrams 2012).

Conclusion

Bonnie Rubenstein’s photos have been shown all over the world. She has won grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, Creative Capital, and others. She worked closely with the late photographer Mitch Epstein and documentary film makers Albert Maysles and Charlotte Zwerin. Her first book “Stone Boatmen” was published by Aperture Foundation in 2010. The book includes work taken while living with stone boatmen in Vietnam and Laos during the 1990s.”

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