Welcome to the website of Noëmie Rubinsztejn, a photographer known for her stereoblind photography.
Stereoblindness is the inability to see depth, so where others see 3D, Noëmie sees flat angles, layers, and geometric shapes. Where others take pictures of their surroundings, Noëmie captures overlapping frames and the little gem hidden behind mountains of figures.
Born in Antwerp, Belgium, and living in Tel Aviv, Israel, Noëmie began her photography career with a unique subject: hotel lobbies. As she traveled the world shooting the elegant interiors of Paris and the moving rooms of Bosnia-Herzegovina, her fan base grew, and so did the scenes captured through her lens. She began noticing the beauty in often neglected banal elements, such as stains, cracked doors, and wilting leaves – objects representing authenticity – and strived to pull visitors right into the original and raw scene as if they stood there with her.
The captions of her photographs are of utmost importance, as they often tend to put a smile on the viewer’s face and center his sight on the discreet aspects which built the picture to its actual state.
You can find Noëmie’s stereoblind photography work on her website, Noëmie Photography, displayed in art galleries, such as the 2018 and 2021 exhibits in Artelli Gallery and the Affordable Art Fair, and hanging on the walls of art-loving customers.
Are you ready to discover and purchase unique Stereoblind photography? So, let’s get this adventure started!