"Mexican artist Gino Rubert's studio practice focuses on the representation, animation, and reinforcement of the experiences and emotions that exist within the framework of contemporary romantic relationships. His narratives revolve around 'the new man and woman, the contemporary couple in a time after the pill, after the strikes in May 1968, after the rise of Feminism, after all the politics and laws were developed to equalize men and women's rights and opportunities,' says Rubert. 'My characters are set in some kind of utopia. They are individuals who express their gender and nature without arrogance without arrogance, complexity, or fear.'"
Rubert lives and works in Barcelona.