Kristi Kent is an artist living and working in New York. Her drawn and painted images of everyday objects and industrial structures take on a conversation between the urban landscape, technology and her own desire to connect with the environment around her. Ranging from things such as power cords, rooftop ventilation apparatus, and sputnik-like flying and floating objects, Kent's fantastical landscapes present a haunting and strangely intimate world of archi-toon characters.
2000 BA, Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, CA.
2005 MFA, Yale School of Art, New Haven, CT.
2003 Excerpts from the Habitat, Solo show, Carl Berg Gallery, LA, CA.
2002 Kent and Sin, Irvine Fine Arts Center, CA.
2008 Paint, Hans Weiss Newspace Gallery, Manchester, CT.
Incognito, Santa Monica Museum, Santa Monica, CA.
2007 Pie In The Face, Jail Gallery, Los Angeles, CA.
2005 Incognito, Santa Monica Museum, Santa Monica, CA.
Group, group show, Carl Berg Gallery, Los Angeles, CA.
Wives and Husbands, Domestic Setting, LA, CA.
MFA 2005, group show, Yale School of Art, New Haven, CT.
2004 Ultrachrome, group show, Carl Berg Gallery, Los Angeles, CA.
2002 16 Artist's from LA, Art Affairs, Amsterdam Holland.
Kaus Australis, Rotterdam, Holland.
Art at Michael's: Three Person Show, Michael's, Los Angeles, CA.
2001 Fractals, Korean Cultural Center, Los Angeles, CA.
New Langton Arts, San Francisco, CA.