Artist’s Solo New York Exhibit Defies Conventions

Artist Taylor Anton White

Artist Taylor Anton White opened his first
New York solo show in January. (Angela Pham)

Visual artist Taylor Anton White ’18 had his first solo New York show earlier this year, with the exhibit Free_Hotdog.pdf running January through March at Monica King Contemporary in Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood.

White’s works are “mixed-media compositions in the artist’s signature exuberant and multifaceted style,” the gallery said in a press release.

In naming the exhibit an “editors pick,” Artnet News described White’s works as straddling “the disparate modes of communication that we rely on, with a healthy dose of humor that is just as cerebral as it is visually enticing.”

White is an Iraq War veteran who served nine years in the Marine Corps before earning a Bachelor of Liberal Studies in studio art at Mary Washington. He lives and works in Richmond, Virginia.

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