• Robin Lowe
  • Robin Lowe
  • Robin Lowe
  • Robin Lowe
  • Robin Lowe
  • Robin Lowe
  • Robin Lowe
  • Robin Lowe
  • Robin Lowe
  • Robin Lowe
  • Robin Lowe
  • Robin Lowe
  • Robin Lowe
  • Robin Lowe
  • Robin Lowe
About the artist

1959 Born Providence, Rhode Island
Resides and works in New York

1985 M.A., New York University, New York
1983-84 Paris American Academy, France
1983 B.F.A., University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado

Awards and Grants
2002 New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship, Painting
1982 Sibelle-Wolle Scholarship, Boulder

Teaching Experience
1984-85 New York University, Assistant Professor, New York
1983-84 Paris American Academy, Assistant Professor, France

Robin Lowe

Request about this work
Rosa Luxemburg as Sigrid Hackenberg y Almansa
oil on linen
228 x 203 cm unframed
234 x 209 cm framed
Road to Erehwon/Psychadelic
oil on linen
91 x 122 x 4 cm unframed
133 x 164 x 6 cm framed
Psycho Shack

Oil on linen
57 x 84 inch |145 x 213.4 cm
Oil on canvas
Candy Cane
70 x 41 inch |176 x 103 cm
Oil on linen
20 x 20 inch |50.8 x 50.8 cm
Oil on linen
Mr. + Mr.s Eames
70 x 80 inch |178 x 203 cm
Oil on linen
Piranesi's Baby
84 x 72 inch |213.3 x 182.9 cm
Oil on linen
Soldier's Pay
90 x 120 inch |228 x 304.8 cm
Oil on linen
Got Milk?
28 x 36 inch |71 x 91 cm
Oil on linen
V.S. Token
52 x 40 inch |132 x 101.6 cm
Oil on linen
Crusader Road
36 x 28 inch |91 x 71 cm
Oil on linen
Picket Landscape
13.5 x 19.25 inch |33 x 49 cm
Pencil on paper
13.5 x 19.25 inch |33 x 49 cm
Pencil on paper
Jack of Clubs and Queen of Spades
13.5 x 19.25 inch |36 x 41 cm
Pencil and watercolor on paper

Selected Group Exhibitions


As Below, So Above, REH Kunst, Berlin, Germany


The Early Show, Lennon, Weinberg, Inc., New York


“Flow Chart”, Lennon, Weinberg, Inc., New York.


“Holiday Reading”, Number 35, New York.


ARCO, Madrid, Spain.


“The Printed Page”, The Aldrich Museum Uncrated, Spike Gallery, New York.

New York Foundation for the Art Fellowship, Philips Gallery New York.

Edgar Allan Poe, ICA, London.

“Figures of Invention”, The Work Space, New York.


“Snakes, Snails and Puppy-Dog Tails”, Nikolai Fine Art, New York.

“All-Terrain: An Exploration of Landscape and Place”, Contemporary Art Center of Virginia, From Acconci to Zittel, Victoria Miro Gallery, New York.


“New Photography”, Keyson Gallery, Brooklyn, New York.

“Petty Crimes”, The City Gallery, Leicester.

“Figures of Invention”, Foreman Gallery, Anderson Center for the Arts, Hartwick College, Oneonta.


“Drawings”, Bonakdar Jancou, New York.

“Poor Man’s Pudding”, Rich Man’s Crumbs, A/C Projects Room, New York.


“In Your Face”, New Langton Arts, San Francisco.

“Juvenescence”, Guggenheim Gallery.

Chapman University, Orange.

“From Here to Eternity: Painting in 1998”, curated by Ruth Kaufmann, Max Protetch, New York.

“Young Americans 2: New American Art”, Saatchi Gallery, London.


“Face to Face”, Victoria Miro Gallery, London.

“First Person”, Marc Foxx Gallery, Santa Monica, California.

“Everything is Real”, Jessica Fredericks Gallery, New York.

“Summer Show”, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York.

“Voyeur’s Delight”, Franklin Furnace, New York.

Drawings from the MAB Library, A/C Project Room, New York


“Smells like Vinyl”, Roger Merians Gallery, New York.

“Inside Out”, Psychological Self-Portraiture, The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield


Bill Maynes Contemporary Art, New York Lauren Wittels, New York.

“The Definitive Decade Show”, Aljira, Newark.


“Cadavre Exquis”, The Drawing Center, New York. Medium Messages, Wooster Gardens, New York.

“Salvage Utopia”, A/C Project Room, New York. A/C Project Room, New York.


“Metamorphosis”, Brecht Forum, New York. Art Workers, A/C Project Room, New York.


“Art Workers”, A/C Project Room, New York.


Soho Center for the Visual Arts, New York.


“Past/Present”, Kelleher Gallery, New York.

“Jeune Peintre”, Grand Palais, Paris.

“Small Works”, 80 Washington Square East Galleries, New York.


“Micro Show”, NOW Gallery, New York.

International Art Exhibition, Paris American Academy.


Mud Gallery, Denver.

Sibelle-Wolle Gallery, Boulder.


Darwent, Charles, “American Gothic,” The New Statesman, September 4, 1998, Pgs. 40-41.

ELLE Germany, March, 2003, Pg. 51.

Farel, Zena, “All The Young Guns,” India Weekly, September 11-17, 1998, Pg. 25.

Gayford, Martin, “The art game,” The Spectator, September 12, 1998, Pg. 48.

The Greenwich Post, Oct. 30, 2003, Pg. 5B.

Hubbard, Sue, “Face to Face, Victoria Miro,” Time Out (London), April 3-10, 1996.

Hubbard, Sue, “Robin Lowe: Victoria Miro,” TimeOut (London), November 20-27, 1996, Pg. 66.

Ise, Claudine, “Art Review,” Los Angeles Times, Friday, June 26, 1998, Pg. F24.

Johnson, Ken, “Robin Lowe ‘Erehwon’,” The New York Times, December 22, 2000, Pg. E46.

Kunstbeeld, April, 2003, Pgs. 4-4, 58-59.

Leffingwell, Edward, “Robin Lowe at Lennon, Weinberg.” Art in America, June/July 2008.

Mahoney, Robert, “Robin Lowe”, Cover, September, 1995, Pg. 13.

Negrotti, Rosa, “States of Mind,” What’s On, October 7, 1998, Pgs 8-9.

Robinson, Walter, “Gramercy Art Fair: Rooms with a View,” Art in America, June, 1994.

Rush on Amsterdam, Spring, 2003, Pg. 13.

Saltz, Jerry, “A Year in the Life: Tropic of Painting,” Art in America, October, 1994. Saltz, Jerry, “Everything is Real,” Time Out/New York, August 7-14, 1996, Pg. 33.

Searle, Adrian, “Visual Arts,” The Guardian, September 7, 1998, Pg. 10.

Smith, Alison, “Bras and Stripes,” The Face, September, 1998, Pgs. 186-187.

Westerhof, Angelique, Baby, Srping, 2002, Pgs. 136- 141. Yablonsky, Linda: Review, Art Forum, December, 1994,Vol. XXXIII, No.4.