Larry Li is a Chinese American artist originally from the bay area california. He currently lives and works in Los Angeles where he obtained his MFA from the Otis College of art and design, he also holds a BFA from USC Roski school of Fine Art. Larry’s practice operates in a space of cultural and material contrast. He combines the visual language of Chinese culture along with his experiences as a child of immigrants existing in a diaspora. Painting, drawing, collage, and found photography find their way into the work to visualize his personal narrative to the Chinese American experience. He draws from family and historical photographs to delve into the intersections of familial and political histories. Casting a critical lens on both the east and west, and exploring the complexities of that hybridity. His work has been shown at Residency gallery in inglewood, F2T gallery in Milan, and Another Place gallery in New York. In 2021 he was featured in MFA issue #153 of the New American Paintings and was a California Arts Council emerging artist fellow. In 2022 he finished his graduate studies with his thesis show “The Home is Red” at the Bolsky Gallery in Culver City, and later that summer presented his first european solo show “Fragments of a Story” at F2T gallery in Milan, Italy.