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Stay Young in Mind, LA-Based Illustrator Cadie Long

Cadie Can Long (龍燦) is a freelance illustrator and fine artist based in Los Angeles. She grew up in China, studied Film as an undergraduate, and earned a Master of Fine Arts degree in Painting (2018). Through her art, Cadie explores Nature, mythology, life, and the human psyche. She specializes in using digital applications, watercolor,…

Ask “What If”, New York-Based Artist Phyllis Yao

Phyllis Yao graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design with a BFA in Painting, where she was a recipient of the Florence Leif Award. Since then, she has been an artist-in-residence at Lijiang Studio in Yunnan province, China, and has exhibited in New York, Philadelphia, Colorado and Rhode Island. Phyllis’ many loves include hip…

Reflection of My Mental States and Surroundings, New York-Based Visual Artist Yuan Fang

Yuan Fang  (b. Shenzhen, China) is a visual artist who lives and works in New York. She graduated from the Visual and Critical Studies Program at School of Visual Arts (BFA) with Rhodes Family Award for Outstanding Achievement. Her works have been widely exhibited in the United States and China, including Yuan Fang: Rushing Down…

Magic of Natural Objects, New York-Based Painter Buwei Hu

Buwei Hu is a painter, printmaker. Born in China in 1996, he graduated from the China Academy of Art in 2019. Currently living in New York, he is studying at Pratt Institute in the United States, focusing on oil painting, drawing and printmaking. What ideas are you exploring in your practice? What is your art…

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OBITION and Li Tang present: Analog to Digital

OBITION and Li Tang present: Analog to Digital, an online international group exhibition running from November 19, 2020 – January 31, 2021. Since the life-altering invention of the camera, artists have been grappling with how to integrate “old” and “new” technologies into their studio practices. Over the last few decades, the Internet and digital image…

Art Show | Jiannan Wu at Time Arts Gallery: Sculpture that Soothes

Jiannan Wu, COLLISIONS @ Time Arts Gallery (NYC, NY) Curator: Peter Drake Academic Support: Min Yang Nov 24 – Dec 18, 2020 Jiannan Wu’s series “Country Love” is a collection of intricate and intimate relief sculptures made from acrylic paint on polymer clay, wood, resin, metal, and LED lights. Currently on view are 13 of…

Call for Artist | Antilia Gallery Presents Nudge 2.0

The historical grain elevator in the port of Barletta (Italy) is being demolished: this is the outcome of a long debate that involved municipality, citizens and practitioners. Such a process is inevitably a part of those transformations of the urban fabric marking one irreversible turning point. Cities cannot escape the process of transformation. As living…

Time Arts Gallery Presents Artist Jiannan Wu’s Solo Show: Collisions

Artist Jiannan Wu will present his upcoming solo show “Collisions” at Time Arts Gallery, New York. In this exhibition, Wu will present 13 pieces of work from his new series “Country Love” which he created during the past two years. “Country Love” is a series of color reliefs with the theme of daily life in…

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Li Tangis a New York-based community dedicated to amplifying the creative voices of the contemporary Asian diaspora. Established in 2020, our aim is to feature the works and talents of today’s most innovative Asian practitioners working in the varied fields of art and culture.