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KESH is an English born artist who works with an array of mediums that integrate bold shapes and digital graphics through a monochromatic color scheme. KESH held her first independent show, entitled ME.ME.ME, in Los Angeles, 2012. Heavily influenced by isolation and loneliness, KESH produced 14 signed and framed large scale self analyzations interpreting her process of making a show about herself, by herself. KESH held her second show, entitled WAWW, in December of 2013. The show, an exploration of the artist’s interests in media consumption, consisted of 10 signed and framed pieces which sought to push observers to face the question of “what are we worshipping?” - the show was held at The Art Deco Welcome Center on Ocean Drive during Art Basel Miami Beach 2013. In October of 2015 KESH debuted a third show, entitled Flight:RS279, at the Visual Artists Group of Los Angeles. By living and sleeping in the open gallery space for 5 days, KESH encouraged the participation of her digital audience by inviting them to view her process during a 5 day period. Without leaving the gallery KESH created a series of perspex works which utilize and play with direct natural or synthetic light. This live installation was a precursor to her upcoming exhibition, LJUS2, that is slated to debut at Catherine Ahenell Gallery on January 14th, 2016. KESH has been featured in top tier publications including Vogue, Elle, i-D, The New York Times, LA Weekly and The Huffington Post. The artist is known for her loyal fan base which includes Jeremy Scott, Willow Smith, Cara Delevingne, Kanye West, Prince and many more.



2015 I "Flight:RS279" Visual Artists Group of Los Angeles, Los Angeles

2013 I "WAWW" Art Basel, Miami

2012 I "ME.ME.ME." Los Angeles









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