KASHINK is French and lives in Paris, she is one of the few active female in the French street art scene.
She’s provocative, creative, constantly challenging. As an atypical person, wearing a mustache, she paints huge multiple eyed protean characters, with thick lines, in a very colorful style. She is inspired by Botero, the Gilbert and Georges’ installations and the avant-gardist work of Leigh Bowery.
KASHINK claims a committed painting, she believes in the principle which painting in the street allows to deliver a real large-scale message. She works for more than two years on her project “ 50 cakes of gay “, in favor of the equality of the rights and the marriage for all.
The magazine ELLE China and Huffington Post nominate her among the “ten women street artists better than Banksy “.In 2015, she participates in the Google Street Art Project with the Women Forum and collaborates with Amnesty International on the campaign “ My Body, My Rights “ which she develops on the international stage in the form of participative frescoes.
Solo show MARDI GRAS, Parse Gallery, New Orleans, USA
Solo show OUTSIDE/INSIDE, Miami Art Basel, Miami, USA
Solo show ORNEMENTATIONS MASCULINES, Galerie Station 16, Montréal, Canada
Summer Works, Azart Gallery, New York, USA
Klash, Musée à Ciel Ouvert, Sète
Marseille Street Art Show, Galerie Saint Laurent, Marseille
Solo show PROFUSION, Tabakfabrik Gallery, Fürstenfeld, Austria
Women on the walls, Wynwood Walls Gallery, Miami Art Basel
Traits d’union 3, L’Albatros, Montreuil
Kashink & OverUnder, Chronos Gallery, Los Angeles, USA
Tableaux de Maîtres, Palais de Tokyo, Paris
Urban Walk, Galerie Voskel, Paris
Les Bras Cassés, Espace Confluences, Paris
Solo show PAGANISME, Galerie Ligne 13, Paris
NB+C, Hivernales de Montreuil, Montreuil, France
Biennale d’Art Contemporain, Le Havre, France