Khari Johnson-Ricks’ multimedia practice extends across media, including painting, performance, murals, zines, and nightlife spaces. His work has been included in group exhibitions at Catinca Tabacaru Gallery, New York; Jeffrey Dietch, Los Angeles; Special Special, New York; and the Elizabeth Foundation, New York, among others. He has created public murals for the city of Newark as part of Mayor Ras Baraka’s “Model Neighborhood Initiative” and “Gateways to Newark” Projects. His zines are featured in the library collections of the MET Library, the Whitney Library, and The MOMA Library. He lives and works in New Jersey.