LA: New exhibition from UK award-winning artist-duo, Kai and Sunny

Award-winning, London-based artist-duo, Kai and Sunny, have a new exhibition, entitled The Great Curve, at the Los Angeles Corey Helford Gallery.

Kai and Sunny take inspiration from the natural world, and the patterns and forms it manifests. The Great Curve showcases the duo’s uniquely distinguishable compositions of large acrylic paintings on linen, and archival ballpoint pen works on paper. Inspired by the force and energy found within nature, the works explore the relationship between line and colour, shifting through dynamic colour changes. The process is a methodical building of thin intricate lines upon each other, using acrylic paints on canvas and pen on paper.

The Great Curve premiered Saturday, 3rd October, at the Corey Helford Gallery, and is available to view in-person until November 7 (by appointment only, due to the city’s COVID-19 restrictions), in addition to the show being available online at KaiandSunny.com

If fans missed Saturday’s virtual opening on Instagram Live (@CoreyHelfordGallery), which featured an appearance by Kai and Sunny sharing an insight into their new show and answering questions from fans, they can watch it here (starting at the 28:30 mark).

Click here for an up-close look at their ‘Boundless Glow’ limited-edition print release for the show.

Kai & Sunny (born 1975 and 1977, respectively) are a UK based artist duo. They both graduated from the Epsom School of Art in Surrey, United Kingdom with degrees in Art and Design. They have collaborated with author David Mitchell, designer Alexander McQueen, artist Shepard Fairey and have won numerous accolades, including a 2012 D&AD Design Award, a 2015 LIA award and a 2019 Addy award.

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