About

 

Tasha Nicolé Burton

Tasha Nicolé (pronounced Ni-koh-lay) (b. 1981) is a photographer currently residing in St. Louis, MO. Her photography primarily consists of macro, lifestyle, and documentary photography. Additionally, she loves nature, journalism and portrait photography. Her most recent solo show Transitions which includes three bodies of work: Food of the Youths, Ripple Wave Shadow and Ashes explored packaging waste from school children in her neighborhood and the production process of her former business, respectively. Currently, she is beginning her latest work, R is for Racism: How ABC Books Taught Children To Hate, a photo-documentary of vintage alphabet books that display oppressive images of minorities.

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Solo Exhibits
2017 Butter Blank Space, St. Louis, MO

2018 Transitions: Food of the Youths, Ripple Wave Shadow and Ashes The Dark Room at The Grandel, St. Louis, MO

Group Exhibits
2017 Black Women Over Breathing UrbArts, St. Louis, MO