Kazu Livingstone is an international artist who has exhibited pieces in Europe, North America, South-East Asia, Eastern Europe, and South America. He has …
Kazu Livingstone is an international artist who has exhibited pieces in Europe, North America, South-East Asia, Eastern Europe, and South America. He has collaborated with Nike, and Kult magazine. Exhibited at group exhibitions in the ArtScience Museum in Singapore, Espace Cardin in Paris, the University Science Malaysia, the Museum of Odessa, Ukraine; in Kiev, with a highly controversial artwork. He has made flyers and posters for different activist events, including making a poster campaign for a movie festival at the The Texas Theater, which gained historical fame in 1963, for being the place where Lee Harvey Oswald was arrested. He has collaborated with numerous artists around the world. He had worked with American hip-hop/rap artists such as Yung Nation, Yarrow Slaps, Enon Phenomenon, etc. He presented his video-portfolio to the Behance Reviews Portfolios (Penang) as an invited speaker. He is also a poet; he was published in an American poetry anthology, and was named as its favorite poet/poem by a literary critic in a Texan newspaper.