Rudy Loewe is a visual artist engaging social histories, politics and Caribbean folklore through painting and drawing.

Recent exhibitions include Unattributable Briefs: Act One, Staffordshire St (2022); Unattributable Briefs: Act Two — Celebration, Orleans House Gallery (2023); New Contemporaries,Humber Street Gallery & South London Gallery (2022); NAE Open 22, New Art Exchange (2022); and The Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy (2021). Loewe has a current solo show ‘A Significant Threat’ at VITRINE, Fitzrovia, until 10 August 2023.

Loewe graduated in 2018 with an MFA from Konstfack, receiving the RektorStavenowska award for academic excellence. In 2021 Loewe was Artist In Residence at the Serpentine Gallery alongside their collaborator, Jacob V Joyce. Loewe began a Techne funded practice-based PhD at the University of the Arts London in 2021, examining Britain’s role in suppressing Black Power movements in the English-speaking Caribbean during the 1960s and 70s. This work uses recently declassified records from The National Archives as source material for painting and drawing.

Loewe has been a member of three collectives: Collective Creativity (UK), Brown Island (Sweden) and Grounding Future(s) (Sweden).