The combined ferociousness and vibrant colors of these artists create a tangible wonderland. The line between human and animal, real and surreal, are shattered as mythical creatures encounter extreme moments of pleasure, pain and power.
Feral Ways exhibits the multifaceted talents these artists possess. A wide array of large and small scale work will takeover Superchief Gallery, both inside and out. We are honored to have these artists fly in from the Bay, LA, Orlando and France to execute a collaborative mural on the face of our gallery – almost one year after Yok & Sheryo blessed us with their site specific piece. Their venture into large scale work will continue inside the gallery with an installation by Kashink and individual murals wood panel, up to 16’ wide, by each artist.
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About the artists:
Kashink is based in Paris France, her colorful paintings and murals question aesthetic codes, gender norms and the definition of identity. Kashink has done large-scale, diversity-conscious murals in Paris, Miami, Morocco, New York, and Los Angeles. Kashink has been featured in the Huffington Post, Wide Walls, and the Montresso Art Foundation.
Kristen Liu Wong is a LA based artist, working with brightly colored paintings depicting sexually liberated heroines. Kristen Liu Wong was featured on the cover of Juxtapoz Magazine in March 2017, commissioned for large scale murals at Nasty Gal HQ, and exhibited work at Corey Helford Gallery.
Lauren YS is a Los Angeles based artist. Her work focuses on chimerical femme characters influenced by mythology, death, comics, love, psychedelia, animation and sexuality. Her work has been featured in festivals such as Art Basel Miami, Pow!Wow! Hawaii, PangeaSeed SeaWalls (New Zealand), Pow!Wow!Nepal, Pow!Wow!Long Beach, Wallskar China and multiple indoor and outdoor murals including the Long Beach Museum of art and the World Trade Center in New York.
Boy Kong is an artist based out of Orlando, Florida and New York. He is a self-taught illustrator, painter, muralist and collage artist. Boy Kong’s work consists of neon images, with a traditional Japanese style mixed with a contemporary urban style, inspired by Ukiyo-e, Surrealism, Graffiti, and Animal Folklore. Boy Kong has been featured in Juxtapoz Magazine, The Huffington Post, Hi-Fructose Magazine and been commissioned for high profile brands such as Nike.
Superchief Gallery, located in Ridgewood Queens, Downtown Los Angeles & West Wynwood Miami was founded in 2012 by William Dunleavy and Edward Zipco.