Vicki Khuzami is a New York-based artist whose work explores socio-psychological taboos from a voyeuristic perspective by use of the dollhouse.
Vicki received her BFA from SUNY New Paltz and has since shown at Carter Burden Gallery, Protege Gallery and a number Bushwick Galleries in Brooklyn. She has received mural commissions from Bloomingdales and has worked all over Japan producing murals under Moo Mural Studio, including Kirin Beer Visitors Center and Universal Studios, Japan. She has also worked as a freelance designer and painter for Evergreen Architectural Arts where she created new historical murals for the Capitol Building in Washington D.C. She was a Harlequin Romance Novel illustrator for four years. And her most-recent body of work titled “Telenovela Suburbia” was shown this past month in Chelsea, New York.
All images courtesy of the artist
Dollhouse Sets Installation
Telenovelas Suburbia: Episode One 60″ X 48″ oil on canvas
Telenovela Suburbia: Episode Three 60″ X 42″
Elephant Baby: Ode to David Lynch
Matt Ruby and J. McVay on Trump’s rebalancing of relationships with the G7 and North Korea. Jacqueline Soller and J. McVay on ‘Hereditary.’ John Knefel on the GOP’s war on voting. A performance from Yazan’s upcoming BTR Live Studio session. | listen