Unattributable Briefs: Act Two — Celebration
18 March 2023
2–5pm, (In Conversation: 2.30 – 3.30pm)
Orleans House Gallery
We will celebrate the opening of the solo exhibition Unattributable Briefs: Act Two. There will be an In Conversation with Rudy Loewe, the exhibiting artist, and columnist Perry Blankson. This will be followed by refreshments and a chance to see the artworks.
The In Conversation will be both in person and available via live stream. Please take a lateral flow test before attending in person and join via live stream if you are feeling unwell.
This event will take place in the Stables Gallery at Orleans House Gallery. For directions, please ask one of our friendly Front Desk volunteers at reception. The Stables Gallery has step free access however, the floor is brickwork and can be uneven under foot. Large print guides of the exhibition are available at the desk in the Stables Gallery. The In Conversation with Rudy Loewe and Perry Blankson will be BSL interpreted by Deborah Mcleod
An accessible toilet is located at the back of the Stables Gallery and is near the exhibition.
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Rudy Loewe biography:
Rudy Loewe uses painting and drawing to address black histories, Caribbean folklore and gender & sexuality. In 2020 Loewe was Artist In Residence at The Serpentine Gallery. They began their Techne funded practice-based PhD at the University of the Arts London in 2021 examining Britain’s role in suppressing Caribbean Black Power movements.
Loewe has exhibited internationally including Precarious, Art Exchange, Essex (2023); Unattributable Briefs: Act One, Staffordshire St, London (2022); and New Contemporaries, Humber Street Gallery, Hull, & South London Gallery (2022). This year Loewe will participate in the 12th Liverpool Biennial.
Perry Blankson biography:
Perry Blankson is a Tribune columnist and a project coordinator at the Young Historians Project, working to encourage the development of young historians of African and Caribbean descent. He is also a member of the Editorial Working Group for the History Matters Journal.
Supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England and The Research Centre for Transnational Art, Identity and Nation (TrAIN), University of the Arts London.