Caleb Taylor is a 2010 Charlotte Street Foundation Fellow whose practice freely navigates the disciplines of painting, collage, photography, and sculpture. He is the recipient of the prestigious Joan Mitchell Foundation MFA Grant, and has completed residencies at Vermont Studio Center, Joan Mitchell Center, and Ucross Foundation. His paintings and drawings are published in New American Painting and have been exhibited at numerous venues including the Nerman MoCA, Grand Arts (KC), Weatherspoon Art Museum (NC), and Tiger Strikes Asteroid (NY). Taylor’s work is collected nationally and is included in the public collections of the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, KU Medical Center, and Polsinelli Law Firm (KC). He received his MFA in painting from Montana State University-Bozeman (2008) and his BFA from Northwest Missouri State University (2004. Taylor is Assistant Professor/Chair of the Foundation Department at the Kansas City Art Institute and is represented by Haw Contemporary in Kansas City.
In addition to his studio practice, Taylor is a founding member of PLUG Projects, a curatorial collaboration in the Stockyards District of Kansas City. PLUG is a recipient of a 2011 Rocket Grant from the Andy Warhol Foundation, Spencer Museum of Art, and Charlotte Street Foundation.
2018 Open Plan, Haw Contemporary, Kansas City, MO
2013 Recent Paintings, dm Contemporary, New York, NY
Near/Far, Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art, Kansas City, MO
Land:Mark (w/ Armin Muhsam), Greenlease Gallery, Rockhurst University, Kansas City, MO
2011 Subtle Shifts in Emphasis, Potter Gallery, Missouri Western State University, St. Joseph, MO
2010 Recent Works w/ Clint Baclawski, Snowflake/Citystock, St. Louis, MO
Inner Structures, The Late Show, Kansas City, MO
2009 Recent Drawings, Beggars Table Gallery, Kansas City, MO
2008 Covered, MFA Thesis Exhibition, Helen E. Copeland Gallery, Bozeman, MT
2007 Collaborations: w/ Heather Bentz, Weaver Gallery, Emerson Center, Bozeman, MT
Systems and Repetition w/ Heather Bentz, Waller-Yoblonsky Gallery, Bozeman, MT
2005 New Works w/ Paul Heaston, Waller-Yoblonsky Gallery, Bozeman, MT