Tiantian Li: Love me more #28$150
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Love me more #28
Giclee print on museum paper
20" x 16"
Courtesy of Jedidiah Gallery
About the Work
I have been working on Love Me More this series for 8 years, I choose the very delicate lingerie combines with historic miniatures from the loyal family, especially Henry VIII, the king who had killed lots of his wives. Firda Kahlo, she is known for painting about her experience of chronic pain. The garment, which functions as a type of delicate armorer and comfort against the skin, gives the wearer a sense of security and self-love. Through my paintings of intimate clothes, I encourage women to take a positive perspective on their bodies and female representation while giving themselves the attention, humor and respect they deserve.
Tiantian Li is a painter working in New York and Philadelphia. She graduated from Chinese top art school--Central Academy of Fine Art with a master degree in 2016. Also she finished her second MFA program at Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in 2018. Since then she has exhibited in Asia, United States and Europe, she has lots of cooperation with Asian, German and American galleries. Her work has been shown in many major art museums in China, such as National Art Museum of China, CAFA Art Museum, GAFA Art Museum, Shanghai Oil Painting Sculpture Institute and Song Zhuang Museum. She also has many shows in United States recently, like at PAFA museum, Inliquid Art + Design, FMC, Da Vinci Art Alliance, Mainline Unitarian Church Fireside Gallery, Jedidiah Gallery and Rowan University Art Gallery. Meanwhile, Li took part in a lot of art fairs. Such as Los Angeles Art Fair, Beijing Art Fair and Hong Kong Affordable Art Fair.
In 2018, Li was invited by Roman University Art Gallery in the three female artists show. In 2019, she was invited by A+ Space to participate in the International Young Art Fair in Suzhou, in the same year, she was invited to participate in a five international artists show at Shanghai Global Harbor.
In 2021, Li accepted the invitation of Philadelphia International Airport, and present the large scale mural project at Terminal E.
In her watercolors she explores ideation of female intimacy and emotions expressed through portraits of her lingerie superposition with portraits of historical characters from the Renaissance period, which represents a time of enlightenment and romantic expression. She is encouraging women to take a positive perspective on their bodies and female representation while giving themselves the attention, humor, and respect they deserve.
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