Erotica // Tuesday, March 18, 2014
Reuben Negron's work explores the deeper corners of erotica, as he depicts with brilliant skill the fully-bared workings of our most private habitats. It's easy to see how talented the artist is in his initial depictions of his subjects unclothed in their rooms, yet as you delve deeper into his work you start to see the more serious stuff that Negron is exploring--a brave and beautifully executed endeavor.
Erotica // Thursday, October 10, 2013
"Reuben Negron is an artist whose work has been shown internationally, most notably with exhibitions in New York, London, Miami, France and El Salvador. His art has been published by Devora Ran, For Beginners Books, The New York Press, Playboy Magazine, Spectrum, Communication Arts and is regularly featured in Rabid Rabbit, an independent comic anthology..."
Erotica // Monday, July 16, 2012
"In his drawings The Embrace, from the series Dirty Dirty Love, Reuben Negrón allows his public to enter into one of the most private of realms, a couple’s intimacy. He bares his images naked of any superfluous detail, so that we can focus entirely on the hypnotizing silence of two bodies meeting."
Erotica // Monday, July 09, 2012
'Exploring sex, sexuality and identity as concepts, Dirty Dirty Love is an on-going series pivoting around my interactions with individuals and couples in domestic and private settings. Each image showcases real-life encounters that depict the vulnerable naturalism of sex rather than the sensationalized projections found in mainstream media.' Reuben Negron
Erotica // Monday, July 02, 2012
Evolving from the journalistic sensibilities of Reuben Negron's previous series Dirty Dirty Love, This House of Glass is an intimate exposé on what we keep hidden from others - and in many cases, what we hide from ourselves. Working with volunteers, he interviewed each model about their lives, personalities and history; specifically focusing on sensitive and vulnerable details they normally keep veiled.
Erotica // Tuesday, April 03, 2012
New York-based artist Reuben Negron's latest series of watercolors, "This House of Glass," is an intimate exposé on the things we keep hidden from others and often from ourselves as well. Through intensive interviews with volunteers, Negron uncovers the most vulnerable details of his subject's lives, dismantling their personal narratives and reconstructing them into poignant and emotionally honest portraits.