ZES, aka Zeser, is a contemporary artist from Los Angeles who is part of the graffiti crew MSK (Mad Society Kings) since the early 90s. He became well known for creating intensely ambitious works even in the most extreme locations such as tall buildings and billboards. His artworks are created with brushes and acrylic to reveal spontaneous textures and colors. Each of his pieces of art is layered, raw and radiate energy from the experiences he experimented in the street. He has a deep understanding of the architecture and the history of his city, which are highlighted in his work. His gestural technique sweeping circular and geometric shots with acrylic and ink push boundaries and limits of the abstract art.
Kaikai Kiki Gallery in Tokyo has just presented a solo exhibition called, Beneath the Surface, from January 25th to February 15th 2019.