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Lina Khei
Artist/
Painter

Lina Khei

Painter

Bio

Lina Khei is a French artist whose works span the globe, from Paris to New York, Switzerland, Dubai, and Italy. She is self-taught and passionate about creation, developing her talent in various fields such as painting, haute couture, and many others. Her creativity is expressed through various master-pieces of various shapes, such as acrylic paintings, street art frescoes, sculptures, unique couture pieces, and digital installations. She is capable of mastering multiple techniques, ranging from traditional techniques such as brush painting, knife, or spray painting, to digital techniques, us-ing digital software and 3D modeling. Lina Khei's inspiration is mainly drawn from the beauty of female faces and bodies. Her art reflects the emotion, energy, and mystery that exudes from fe-male beauty. She is a perfectionist at heart and always seeks to magnify the splendor and com-plexity of these bodies. Adept at staging, Lina Khei creates extravagant couture outfits inspired by each of her collections, which she wears in public during her exhibitions. Despite the interna-tional recognition of her creations, the artist keeps her identity secret and never reveal Is her true face. In 2020, Lina Khei took advantage of the Covid-19 isolation period to add another string to her bow by becoming a practitioner in art therapy and founding the Lina Khei Work-shops, a structure dedicated to human development that innovates on artistic, cultural, educa-tional, and social projects. Her workshops aim to create links and interactions while promoting an instinctive, supportive, and eco-responsible practice. Finally, Lina Khei completed her last exhibition at the Carrousel du Louvre in Paris, confirming her place in the world of contemporary art.

Statement
"I wish to initiate a new era in the contemporary approach to today's artists by exploring the unique spirit of an individual in all its forms, utilizing both physical and traditional mediums as well as cognitive or dematerialized mediums. Our generation has the privilege of being open to the entire world, with all its cultural, artistic, and societal diversities. We can no longer simply follow the movements initiated by our great artistic predecessors but must evolve and move towards a multi-faceted practice that serves as a vector for emancipation and infinite creative freedom! We can achieve this through paintings, sculpture, stage and technological perfor-mances, but also through committed and solidarity-driven projects. My work reflects my com-mitment to pushing the boundaries of contemporary art by highlighting the singularity and pro-found interest of an artist's mind within a modern society."

Artworks

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