David Paul Kay is a New York City based American contemporary artist & muralist.
Originally from Eastern Europe David moved to New York City in 2008 where soon after he developed and became known for his new unique black and white signature style.
Using vibrant lines David transforms walls, canvas, paper, fabric and other mediums into intricate kinetic surfaces.
Artist's commissions and collaborations include two murals at Equinox Orchard street on Lower East Side NYC, mural at PayPal New York, Cadillac live car art piece developed during ArtBasel Miami, TWO12 rooftop mural at a luxury residential building in Williamsburg Brooklyn, G Lounge & Gallery 5000+ sq ft original interior mural in Chelsea Manhattan, East Village Mural at Ideal Glass Gallery, Several murals on Lower East Side in collaboration with 100 Gates Project, rooftop piece "HK52" in Midtown Manhattan, original interior piece at Innovation Dan in Coeur d'Alene and more.
David has hosted several solo exhibitions and his work has been included in numerous group shows in New York, Los Angeles, Paris and Dubai. David’s work is included in private collections in the United States, Europe, Middle East and Asia.
HLK Art Group, New York
Kipton Art Advisory, New York / Los Angeles
Visual Artists Group, Los Angeles
Curiosity is where my work is born. I ask questions and I try to answer them while I create. Anything is a medium and anywhere is a gallery. I discovered my code, my individual language through which I calibrate my thoughts and translate them my work.
Art, just like life, starts with nothing and has an opportunity to turn into anything, everything. I chase those opportunities. Creating is my way of challenging time. I decapitate my thoughts, my feelings and then recreate them by following my own chaotic yet organic system of impulses. How I paint is how I see and understand the universe, she is intricate, unpredictable yet so easy to understand and navigate through.
I observe, I feel, I process and I always come to the same conclusion that everything is simply complicated.