Artist Rachel Libeskind is about to launch her own show in New York this month, and people are banging down her door to see her work.
“It’s definitely very exciting, it’s very humbling,” Libeskind told genConnect. “I don’t think I ever thought that it would happen for me and it’s happening very fast.”
Watch Rachel Libeskind talk with genConnect about her solo art show and where her inspiration comes from:
The most exciting part about establishing herself as an artist in New York? Being able to put her art in a legitimate, commercial setting.
“It’s been exciting, seeing it up on a wall framed – total strangers looking at it, who have no idea who you are, but hopefully will get to know you through your art,” Libeskind said.
Libeskind is the daughter of Daniel Libeskind, the architect for the redesign of the World Trade Center site in New York, and a number of well-known buildings throughout the world.
Interested more in Rachel Libeskind’s work and her upcoming show? Check out her Web site here.