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Preview: “Coda”, First Solo Show from Kerry Hyatt, AKA KHno7 ~ Opens Saturday Night at Gold Haus

2:02 PM PDT on October 9, 2014


Kerry Hyatt, aka KHno7, opens her first solo exhibition CODA with work the artist says is "an airing of some dirty-ass laundry."

KHno7 is known on the streets of LA for her images revolving around the classic Champion brand spark plugs. Her first solo show show is reflective of her street art, but more expands upon it, partly by drawing more heavily on her archive of vintage books and magazines.


(Photo by Michael Rababy)


Kerry Hyatt is a Los Angeles native trained classically in fine art and illustration. Her fine art is comprised of a unique blend of graphic design, illustration and collage. Kerry has designed for the W Hotel, Malibu Inn, Rolling Stone Restaurant and Club, and the Disneyland Parks. Hyatt’s fine art has been shown, among others, at Lab Art Los Angeles, The Mondrian, Flower Pepper Gallery and Gold Haus Gallery.

CODA is co-curated by JB Jones & Will Atkinson of the i-i and Jess Navarro, owner and operator of Gold Haus Gallery.

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