Stephanie Taylor

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Stephanie Taylor (born 1971) is a United States artist based in Los Angeles.

Taylor was born in Port Jefferson, New York. She works in sculpture, illustration, sound and performance. All her work is based on sound, around which she builds narratives through other media.[1] She is interested in the relationships between words, art and sound and often makes soundtracks to accompany her exhibitions.[2]

She received her MFA from the Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, in 2000.

Selected exhibitions[edit]


  • Galerie Jürgen Becker, Hamburg


  • Fair, Royal Academy of Art, London
  • Dark Spring, Ursula Blickle Foundation, Kraichtal


  • Galerie Christian Nagel, Cologne
  • Corrections, Galerie Kamm, Berlin


  • Poor Man's Expression, Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Vienna
  • Statements, Miami Basel, Miami


  • Chop Shop, Galerie Christian Nagel, Berlin
  • New Ghost Entertainment Entitled, Or Gallery, Vancouver
  • From the other end of the world, Ben Kaufmann Galerie, Berlin
  • Symmetry, Schindler House, Los Angeles


  • Exile of the Imaginary, Generali Foundation, Vienna
  • Kommando Calvin Cohn, Salon 94, New York
  • We Stopped in the Colonnade, Hotel Gallery, London
  • Miners in a Diner, Courtyard Gallery, Beijing
  • Kale for Stray Bunny, Daniel Hug Gallery, Los Angeles


  • Pop-Auge und die ewigen Quantschkomoden Deutsche and Amerikanische Kunst seit 1999, Patrick Painter, Los Angeles
  • Lawrence Weiner Readings, MOCA at Beyond Baroque, Venice


  • Your husband, your face-hole, Galerie Christian Nagel, Köln
  • All-time Greatest, FOCA, Los Angeles


  • Pork Shank Stew, Marc Jancou Contemporary, New York
  • Paradise Lost: Holidays in Hell, Centro Cultural Andratx, Mallorca


  • The Stephanie Taylor Songbook, Mak Center, Los Angeles
  • A is for Zebra, LACMA off-site, Los Angeles
  • 'Home; revisited, Contemporary Arts Forum, Santa Barbara


  • Spelling the Image', Marc Jancou Contemporary, New York
  • British Portraits, LAMOA, Los Angeles


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