Saul Robbins is Interested in the ways people move through, relate to, and occupy their surroundings, and the psychological dynamics of intimacy. His photographs are motivated by personal experience and observations of human behavior.
Exhibitions include The Bolinas Museum, Blue Sky Gallery, Deutsche Haus at NYU, MASQUELIBROS Artist Book Fair, Madrid, Massachusetts General Hospital, MICA, Museum of Fine Arts - Houston, Ost Gallery, Moscow, Portland Art Museum, The Educational Alliance, Philoctetes Center, Skirball Center, Union Gallery, Mark Woolley Gallery, White Gallery (PSU), and others.
His photographs have been published in Aufbau, Berlin Tagesspiegel, CPW Quarterly, More, The New York Times, Real Simple, and Wired, among others. Grants and awards include Chasama Windows Award, The Covenant Foundation, Sony World Photography Awards (Finalist), AJPA Rockower, Gunk Foundation and New York Foundation for the Arts.
Curatorial projects include Projecting Freedom: Cinematic Interpretations of the Haggadah (2010), Regarding Intimacy (2007), and No Live Girls, Peep Show 28 (2002).
Robbins was awarded a NICA Stipendium to study on exchange at Berlin's Hoch Schule der Kunste in 1998, and received his MFA from Hunter College of The City University of New York in 1999. He teaches photography at The International Center of Photography and Pratt Institute in New York City, and Master Workshops in Central Europe.