Tokie Rome-Taylor, explores themes of time, spirituality, visibility and identity through the medium of photography. Portraiture, set design, and objects all are a part of Tokie’s photographic practice. Digital photography is her foundational medium, exploring the layered complex relationship African Americans in the diaspora have with the western world.

Rome-Taylor’s work has been exhibited nationally and internationally with an exhibition record that includes the Fralin Museum, the Chicago Museum for Innovation and Technology, The Southeastern Museum of Photography, The Griffin Museum of Photography, SP-Foto SP-Arte Fair in São Paulo, Brazil, and the Zuckerman Museum of Art, amongst others. Her work is a part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, The Fralin Museum at University of Virginia, and the Southeastern Museum of Photography. Her work is held in multiple public and private collections.

Rome-Taylor is a 20+ year veteran educator and working artist.

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