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Bianca Fields

Bianca Fields, born in 1995 in Cleveland, Ohio, is a dynamic artist based in Boston, MA. A 2019 graduate of the Cleveland Institute of Art, she is known for her vibrant and expressive paintings. Fields often portrays vigilant primates, using feminized beasts as stand-ins for her imagined self, creating allegories of ritual, beauty, and emotional truths. Her works explore misogynoir, self-identity, and violence, using the wet-in-wet technique.

Fields has showcased her art internationally at major fairs and galleries, including the Armory Show in New York, Frieze London, and Untitled Art Fair in Miami. She has exhibited with Steve Turner in Los Angeles, L21 Gallery in Spain, Carl Freedman Gallery in London, and Ruttkowski;68 in Paris.

Celebrated for intense, emotionally charged imagery, Fields' paintings delve into cultural identity and the human condition, challenging views on beauty, power, and vulnerability in contemporary art.