Mooshu, Donkey, and the Floating Wor(l)ds: New Works by Sumire Skye Taniai

George Caleb Bingham Gallery

Exhibition runs at Bingham Gallery from September 28-October 22, 2020.

Artist talk via Zoom with the delightful Sumire Skye Taniai. Please join us to hear Sumi discuss her creative evolution and her latest body of work on Wednesday, October 4, 2020 from 6:30-7:30pm CST.
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Sumire Skye Taniai was born in Yamaguchi Prefecture in Japan, and has been living in the states for 18 years. She received her BFA in painting from University of Missouri in 2016 and received an MFA with a full merit scholarship from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2019. Since then, she has curated a group show in her hometown in Japan, had group shows at Elmhurst Art Museum, Research House for Asian Art, Chicago, IL, Parlour and Ramp Gallery, Chicago, IL, Asian Students and Young Artists Art Festival in Seoul, South Korea, and recently accepted into the Flat Files Program 2020-21 at Collar Works located in Troy, NY. She is also a monthly contributor for ADF Magazine based in Tokyo, covering emerging artists in Chicago and Kansas City.