Echoes of Home: A Retrospective Exhibition of Li Tang Community

poster credit: Li Tang Team

New York, NY – From August 26 to September 8, 2023, Li Tang proudly presents a retrospective exhibition featuring works by twenty-seven Asian artists, each at varying stages of their careers and with diverse creative focuses. After dedicating three years to the Asian creative community and developing two years of online exhibitions, Li Tang is welcoming its first on-site exhibition, titled Echoes of Home: A Retrospective Exhibition of the Li Tang Community, at the RIVAA (Roosevelt Island Visual Art Association) Gallery.

Spanning from the vibrant streets of New York City to the glamorous landscapes of Los Angeles, and from the lively scenes of Atlanta to the indomitable spirit of Detroit, Asian creatives have left their marks. From time to time, they often yearn for a place to resonate as home. This exhibition was curated within this context, with the intention of creating a home for Asian creatives. It provides artists with a protective, collective, and innovative space to express their ideas and creations.

Collectively, these artists have created a portrait that captures how the influence of the Asian diaspora shapes the ever-evolving contemporary art world.

Exhibition Dates 

August 26 – September 8, 2023 

Opening Reception 

August 26, 2023 4 PM-7 PM


Webson Ji

Huixian Dong


Cheng Gong, Zhiheng Gong, Ling Gui, Sun Young Kang, Doi Kim, Hannah Li, Sizhu Li, Xianglong Li, Xingze Li, Jesse Liu, Nix Liu Xin, Weihui Lu, Wendi Men, Paul Mok, Yukiko Nakashima, Megan Nugroho, Ami Park, Han Qin, Ji Shi, Broly Su, Suki Violet Su, Curry Sicong Tian, Jingyi Wang, Tong Wang, Jiannan Wu, Sunny B. Yazdani, Sophie Ruoyu Zhang


RIVAA Gallery 

527 Main St, New York, NY 10044


Fou Gallery, VillageOneArt, Tutu Gallery, A Space, Art America China Project, Yiwei Gallery, YI GALLERY, Li Tang Gallery


About Curators

Webson Ji is a New York-based Chinese multimedia artist and curator. He is the founder and creative director of the Li Tang community. His art practice focuses on the presentation of water, presenting the viewers with a unique interpretation of his meditation. Webson holds an M.A. in Sculpture from Savannah College of Art and Design, and a B.F.A. in Public Art from the China Academy of Art. He is a community leader dedicated to contributing and empowering the creative voices of the Asian diaspora.

Huixian Dong is a tireless curator, critic, and scholar. Her recent archive-based curation project has been established in multiple venues, including the Beijing Lu Xun Museum, Shanghai Museum of Sun Yat-sen’s Former Residence, Peking University, and Northwest University. As a critic, she has published numerous art reviews in popular media, as well as in the traditional media, Beijing Youth Daily. She recently shared her pioneering research on gender issues within Asian contemporary art with the discerning audience of the Art Association of Australia and New Zealand. The research paper found its home in Tainan Art Museum’s The Journal of Asian Arts and Aesthetics.

About Li Tang 

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

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