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Everett Kane

Associate Professor


Everett Kane’s work employs 3D, painting, drawing, photography, AI and film to examine media distortions, surveillance, censorship, and emotion. Drawing influences from the Viennese Actionists, German Expressionism, Paul McCarthy, Francis Bacon, and the Independent Group, the work deconstructs the photograph and cinema still as historical documents while indicting the viewer’s complicity in the rituals that control us.

Kane has exhibited at Location One, Black and White Gallery, The Art on Paper Art Fair, White Box, Transfer, Envoy Enterprises, Kasia Kay Art Projects, Amos Eno Gallery, Gallery Sensei, The Gallery of Contemporary Art, the Los Angeles Municipal Gallery, the Animamus Art Salon, and the Los Angeles Arboretum.  His work has been reviewed or featured in Hyperallergic, Art F City, The Wall Street Journal, Haberarts, Art Critical, NewHive, Bushwick Beat, AM New York, Chronogram, and Vice.





B.A. Religion, Princeton University; B.F.A. (with distinction) Fine Arts; M.F.A. Fine Arts, Art Center College of Design.