Kiki Kaye’s work is a fusion of artistic styles and mediums. The works are a deliberate mix of high and low references, absorbing and reworking such diverse sources as abstract expressionism, futurism, ready-mades and surrealism. The multiple sources are assimilated into a visual language of paintings, assemblages and sculptures that address the relationship between man and technology. With a sense of whimsy and optimism Kaye combines the 'ready-made' electrical circuit boards, fragmented, cast body parts and abstract and neo-expressionist paintings together to create work that embraces technology and our future.
Her work has been included in numerous publications including International Contemporary Masters of 2009, the Artist Advocate where she was selected for the cover of the winter edition 2009 and most recently in the online magazine Fine Art Reviews. Kaye has exhibited nationally and internationally. Her selected solo and group exhibitions include Chianciano Art Museum, Chianciano, Italy (2012), Galleria Dante, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico (2011/2012), Quadro Galleria, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico (2009), Gallery Casa Rombo, Guadalajara, Mexico (2008), the Cultural Center, Ajijic, Mexico (2008), Galleria Rocher, France (1992) and ; L’exposition International de Genes in Switzerland ( 1992 - where she was awarded the blue ribbon). Her work is currently shown at the following galleries:
Xanadu Gallery, Scottsdale Arizona
Hay Hill Gallery on Cork Street in London.
Ceres Gallery, New York , NY.