Tevy Khou

Press & CV

La Luz de Jesus Gallery: The Coaster Show 2016

Scary Good Show October 2016 at Art Center South Campus

Young Blood Pop Up Show June 2017 at Gallery 30 South

Ch-ch-changes Show August 2017 at Other Books

La Luz de Jesus Gallery: The Coaster Show 2017

The Exuberant: Celebrating Us Show October 2017 in Chinatown at Nous Tous by Citizens of Culture

Young Blood Pop Up Show - WOMAN Show - January 2018

These women of Long Beach prove that greatness comes in all colors, sizes and lifestyles. Watch and share our video for #WomensEqualityDay.
— Voice Waves
Tevy Khou’s work, including the zine “Daisy Chain,” work addresses sexuality and dating as a queer person, challenging heteronormativity to create new visions of “what romance and sex looks like.”
What if I told you that the most exciting work in sequential art was not happening in comics but in action zines written and illustrated by young women?
— Matt Kennedy
We're a bunch of art-making friends who met in the Los Angeles area. 
Contact: 
freshfruitsquad@gmail.com
"It’s hard to believe this year is already the fourth annual installment of the La Luz de Jesus Coaster Show! What started as a last minute substitution has grown into a legitimate institution–one of the most anticipated events of the LA Art Scene.
We’ve all done it. We’ve sat at the bar, drinking a beer and doodled on a coaster.
But most of us aren’t the extremely skilled painters, illustrators, animators, tattooists, sculptors or collage artists that are featured in this exhibition that takes a love of craft brewing and elevates it to high art.
We produced a custom canvas for some of our favorite gallery folks to do what they do best, and transform a 4″ tondo coaster into museum worthy exhibition pieces."
 
Yeah, after seeing her work, I was dead set on her style. I couldn’t imagine the book any other way.
— Jay Richardson, Co-Author of Danger Wolf
Khou is a marvel with the art. She’s got a style of Rick Veitch by way of Tim Sale and I liked that very much. This is an artist who, with a little work, I can see one of the big two snatching up. I hope not though. I hope she goes with Image and creates her own stuff.
— Lenny Schwartz