Rebecca Loyche is a conceptual artist working primarily in photography, video, installation and sound. She is interested in making work that questions and readdresses everyday perception. Working with different mediums she examines the relationships of power dynamics, the language of communication and the effects of creating environments. Her recent video works have been concentrating on how people choose their current professions.

Her artwork has been shown with great international breadth. She has also curated and directed the art spaces
MMX Open Art Venue, Co-Verlag and re:MMX in Berlin, Germany. Her art practice includes writing about contemporary art
for publications. She holds a MFA from Hunter College, NYC, a BFA from Pratt Institute, NYC, and received
a Master Student degree “Meisterschüler “ studying with Candice Breitz at the Braunschweig School of Art, Germany in 2011.
In 2010 she received a NYFA (New York Foundation for the Arts) fellowship for her photogram series “Minds/Mines Don’t Care”.
She comes from Old Chatham, New York and is based between Berlin, Germany and New York.

Written Work:


Artist Book- Verloren 2018

Artist Catalogue 2011