XiangLong Li

XiangLong Li (b.1995 HuangShi, China; lives in Manhattan, New York). He earned his BFA in Illustrated Book degree from China Central Academy of Fine Arts and studying in MFA Fine Arts from the School of Visual Arts currently. In his body of works, he remixes images, texts, and 3D model materials from pop-culture, social events, and the internet. XiangLong produces GIFs, Videos, and Paintings which focus on culture discrepancy and fragment of information.


 

Two-person Exhibitions

2021

Stay home, make your contribution to the society, Latitude Gallery, New York, United States


Selected Group Exhibitions

2021

In Solidarity: SVA Celebrates its Asian and Asian-American Communities, SVA Gallery, New York, United States

Origin of Ultra Creatures, MartinGoyaBusiness, Hangzhou, China

Harmonize, Fable Jones Studios, New York, United States


2020

Global Conversation 2020, IKONO SPACE(Virtual Gallery), Internet

Consecration, HF Space, Shanghai, China

In-Between, Local Project Gallery, New York, United States

Online Blush, Online playroom, Internet

July Virtual Show, Greenpoint Gallery, Internet

I'm not afraid of dying but I'm afraid of being alone, Pleasedontcometothisshow,Internet

2019

Go, go to society, HanYi Art Museum, Wuhan, China
Long Han Shui Close Down Art Exhibition— Necessary ,HaHa Space, Wuhan, China

Long Han Shui Close Down Art Exhibition— It’s Better To Die Than Live, Public Image Limited (PIL), Beijing, China
 

2018
Your Exhibition, Pangolin Art Space,Wuhan,China

2017
Modern Sky Young Blood, Le Space, Beijing, China

Original Illustration Festival, Man Art Space, Beijing, China

Curatorial Projects
2019
Long Han Shui Close Down Art Exhibition— It’s Better To Die Than Live, Public Image Limited (PIL), Beijing, China
Long Han Shui Close Down Art Exhibition— Necessary ,HaHa Space, Wuhan, China


Awards

“HOW TO REMEMBER 2020” International Juried Art Competition, Finalist award

Education

2014-2018 BFA Illustrated Book in China Central Academy of Fine Arts

2019-currently MFA Fine Arts in School of Visual Arts

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