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Upcoming Fall Exhibitions

Hello everyone! Happy to share with you all works that are on view in September and October. From museums to galleries all over the country, there is definitely a chance to take in the artwork up close and personal.

The month of October is Atlanta Celebrates Photography and I am happy to be a part of many of the events though out my home city of Atlanta. More news to come in the upcoming weeks. In the mean time here is where you can catch my work. As always, I love a great conversation so don’t hesitate to reach out!-Tokie

“FRESH PERSPECTIVES”

SOUTHEAST MUSEUM OF PHOTOGRAPHY

Tuesday September 28 – Thursday December 16, 2021, Daytona, FL.

Upcoming at the Southeast Museum of Photography, okie Rome-Taylor
SOUTHEAST MUSEUM OF PHOTOGRAPHY

Fresh Perspectives is an exhibition that aims to showcase contemporary work and innovative ideas. These artists were hand selected for their innovative viewpoint, keen eye, and modern approach to image-making. Each one brings something unique and novel to the complex genre of photography.


“ELEMENTAL”

SPALDING NIX FINE ART

Friday September 17 - Friday November 12, 2021, ATLANTA GA

SPALDING NIX FINE ART GALLERY

ELEMENTAL features new works by five Atlanta-based photographers - Peter Essick, Tokie Rome-Taylor, Jerry Siegel, Beth Lilly & Myrtie Cope. What is fundamental or essential to our understanding of the world around us? ELEMENTAL examines the first principles or primary ingredients that define how we experience life. Peter Essick & Beth Lilly depict great forces in nature, Jerry Siegel & Myrtie Cope describe the basic elements in art and architecture, & Tokie Rome-Taylor explores the powerful principles of presentation in reference to how we perceive ourselves.

There will be a two day socially distanced opening reception on Friday, September 17, from 12 - 7 p.m. and Saturday, September 18 from 12 - 4 p.m.. Masks are requried.

ASCENSION OF BLACK STILLNESS

CEPA GALLERY

Friday, September 17, 2021—Friday, December 3, 2021, BUFFALO, NY

CEPA is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibition, Ascension of Black Stillness, in collaboration with Guest Curator and Artist Stacey Robinson, The National Endowment for the Arts, and The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. CEPA will be hosting an opening reception on September 17, 2021 for the exhibition which will be taking place in all three galleries in the historic Market Arcade Building located at 617 Main St in Buffalo. The show will run until December 3rd, 2021.

Ascension of Black Stillness is a multimedia exhibition with the common thread of Afrofuturism. “Afrofuturism, (a genre of multimedia arts that merges the arts and sciences through science fiction, fantasy) looks at speculating Black futures through examining past and present cultural phenomena.”, said Stacey Robinson, Graphic Design Professor and Guest Curator of the exhibition.

“This exhibition will consist of 10 multimedia artist’s collections that look at Afrofuturist philosophy through a multi-lens discipline. As an exhibition the works can tell a variety of stories that imagine parallel universes, alternate realities, and what if scenarios that stem specifically through the idea of still photography and its alterations. With media consisting of holograms, motion graphics, animation, and print images, the exhibition will highlight the various conversations Black artists are having about the need for agency in actualizing our own liberated futures.”, said Stacey Robinson.

Participating artists include: BLACKMAU, Manzel Bowman, Krista Franklin, Nettrice Gaskins, Wayne Hodge, Ann ‘Sole Sister’ Johnson, Ricardo Robinson aka La’Vender Freddy, Tokie Rome-Taylor, Alisa Sikelianos-Carter, and Quentin VerCetty.

CEPA GALLERY-ASCENSION OF BLACK STILLNESS

“ONE ROOM SCHOOLHOUSE”

THE COLOR GIRLS MUSEUM

Opening Friday September 17, 2021, PHILADELPHIA, PA

The Colored Girls Museum presents our 2021 Campaign The One Room SchoolHouse A composite of Virtual and Live Experiences that serves as a Refuge and a resource in the midst of a pandemic.
The One Room SchoolHouse is inspired by the histories of the one room school, a model for education dating back to the 1800’s. One Room School Houses historically had one teacher who was responsible for teaching several students multiple subjects and managing the needs of mixed ages and experiences in one room. A peer to peer, each one teaching one model was also employed. The One Room SchoolHouse was a community supported concept that offered us a model for how we might move forward at a time like this. Indeed 2020 has seen our home place become workspace, bedrooms become classrooms and hospitals rooms , living rooms, places of workshop and vessels to hold and share our grief.

THE COLORED GIRLS MUSEUM

“REMARKABLE”

ZUCOT GALLERY

Saturday, September 25th from 6:00 to 10 p.m. ATLANTA, GA

While we regularly celebrate icons throughout Black history and arts, what are we doing to amplify the voices of contemporary Black artists making their mark on their communities NOW?

This art exhibit and storytelling videos (www.marktheblock.com) aims to show how REMARKABLE these creator’s are, and give them the flowers they deserve now, while they're still here to smell them.

Artists: Alfred Conteh, Susan Ross, Kevin 'WAK' Williams, Gilbert Young, Miya Bailey, Tuki Carter, Aaron F. Henderson, Eugene Byrd Tokie Rome-Taylor, Connie Cross, Julie Yarborough, Omega Ruth, and E Chisolm

In Partnership with Maker's Mark

RSVP REMARKABLE EXHIBITION
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