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(b. 1995, New Jersey)

Kiyomi Quinn Taylor (b.1995) is a multimedia artist from New Jersey. Taylor received her BFA from New York University in 2017 and her MFA from Columbia University in 2020.  Her work examines iconographies of her mixed-race heritage (Black and Japanese), identity, migration, and power. Taylor uses collage and mixed media (painting, drawing, textiles, stop-motion animation and performance) to examine genealogical memory and mixed-race interiority in the language of allegory. Her work leverages magical realism against the sociopolitical turmoils of today as a foil, a mirror, and an escape. She has exhibited in galleries in New York, Boston, Martha's Vineyard, Chicago, and Los Angeles (including, but not limited to Steve Turner Gallery) - and, internationally. Her work is included in several major domestic and international collections.Taylor's work was included in an exhibition at Christie’s New York showroom and exhibited at the Armory Show with a collective of artists shown by For Freedoms. Taylor is the recipient of the Helen Frankenthaler painting award in 2019 and an artist grant from the New Jersey State Council of the Arts in 2022. She currently lives and works in Brooklyn.

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