Between Two Worlds - Canadian Museum of Civilization

An exclusive collection of works created between 1995 and 1996.
"The exhibition reflects his deep interest in shamanism and his grief over the loss of a rich Inuit culture, which has been threatened by the impact of missionaries and the modern cash economy. Between Two Worlds also refers to the conflict between the old shamanic beliefs and Christianity, as well as the shaman traveling between the physical and the spiritual world."

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Updates & News

28 January, 2019
Dancing On The Moon, limited edition bronze, added to Current Works.
23 December, 2018
Hooloaq and Angatkroq added to Current Works. Updates to Resources: Exhibitions, Publications, Other References.
24 July, 2018
Assisting Arctic Migration and Angatroq added to Current Works. Both works are unavailable.
7 October, 2017
Spirit of Inua added under Works For Sale. Additional pieces added to Current Works.
10 January, 2017
Sculptures currently available for sale now have a gallery "Works for Sale".
26 December, 2016
The galleries of sculptures through the years are organized by decades, staring with the 1970's
21 November, 2016
The website is introduced with a new look. Additional features to aid collectors interested in David Ruben works will be added in the near future.
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