Bianca Fields - CV

Born 1995, Cleveland, Ohio
Lives and works in Kansas City, Missouri

Education
2019
BFA, The Cleveland Institute of Art, Ohio

Solo Exhibitions
2021
Like A Rowdy Raccoon, Dragon, Crab and Turtle Gallery, St. Louis
CLOCK OUT, POWDERFREEVACUUMEDSEALED

Group Exhibitions
2021
Galerie Droste, Paris (upcoming)
Eating Sugar? No Papa, L21 Gallery, Palma de Mallorca (upcoming
Tiger Strikes Asteroid, Brooklyn (upcoming)
So Excited, Steve Turner, Los Angeles
Nonstick Chick, Kansas City Artist Coalition, Kansas City

2020
Admirational Invitational, Studio E Gallery, Seattle
Don’t Joke About That, Elote Loco Gallery, Cincinnati
Blastover, Ruttkowski 68, Paris
Life In A Pressure Cooker, Young Space
Group Virtual Exhibition/Live Auction, Sunday Studios
Live From The Deep End, Gobstopper Gallery
Group Virtual Exhibition, Aurelia Arts Festival, London
Group Virtual Exhibition, Show House JayJay, Antwerp
Touch, Moisturizer Gallery, Florida
Another Roadside Attraction, River House Arts Gallery, Ohio

2019
Run Run Riot, Plugs Projects Gallery, Kansas City
Group Exhibition, Smalter Gallery, Kansas City

2018
Group Exhibition, YARDS Projects Gallery, Cleveland
Boom Pow Bang, Newsense Gallery, Cleveland
2018 Student Independent Exhibition, The Cleveland Institute of Art

2017
The Art of Giving Progressive Corporation
The 100th Show
, 78th Street Studios

2016
Flesh Prison, The Cleveland Institute of Art

Grants and Awards
2019
The President’s Traveling Scholarship, The Cleveland Institute of Art
2018
Liza Noble ’48 Scholarship for Excellence in Painting, The Cleveland Institute of Art

2017
Pauline Graver Biskind Scholarship, The Cleveland Institute of Art
Lang Scholarship Endowment Fund, The Cleveland Institute of Art
Joseph McCullough ’48 Scholarship for Excellence in Painting, The Cleveland Institute of Art

Bibliography
2021
Bogojev, Sasha. “Like a Rowdy Raccoon: Bianca Fields @ Dragon, Crab and Turtle, St Louis,” Juxtapoz Magazine, May 5
Babbs, Verity. “Bianca Fields in Conversation with Verity Babbs,” Art Plugged, March 11