Anila Rubiku

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Anila Rubiku (born 1970) is an Albanian born Italian artist, that is based in Milan, Italy; Toronto, Canada; and Tirana, Albania. She studied at the Tirana Academy of Arts in Tirana, Albania in 1994 and completed her post-graduate studies at the Brera Academy in Milan, Italy in 2000[1].

Rubiku's work is presented through a variety of different artistic mediums that include painting, embroidery, Sculpture|sculpting, and etching[2]. She is known for the exploration of themes such as social justice, gender equality, psychological trauma, and the criticism of domestic violence in her different artworks[3]. She claims that often involved in her creative process is the experiencing and understanding of a certain community so that she can properly gauge the themes that would be most appropriately explored in the work that she creates for that specific community[3]. From the interactions within a community, Rubiku often creates multiple works based on the experiences compiled from individuals in the community that when viewed together, highlight an underlying social or political issue that agitated the creation of each work [3].

Additionally, Rubiku hosts Workshop (disambiguation)|workshops in which she explores the differing perspectives on a variety of concepts and objects by encouraging participants to analyze how these perspectives vary based on each individual's unique life experiences[3][4].


  1. Usmani, Josh. "Italian Artist Anila Rubiku Showcases Her Work at Zygote Press". Cleveland Scene. Retrieved 2021-12-13.
  2. "Anila Rubiku". Kyro Art Gallery. 2018-03-07. Retrieved 2021-12-13.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 McPherson, Author: Deidre (2016-03-07). "Creative Fusion: "What is this city about?" / Anila Rubiku / Durres, Albania / Zygote Press". Collective Arts Network - CAN Journal. Retrieved 2021-12-13. {{cite web}}: |first= has generic name (help)
  4. "Anila Rubiku | Picasso's Bike (Audio Only) | CreativeMornings/CLE". CreativeMornings. Retrieved 2021-12-13.

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