Available Works


Amiko Li (b.1993, China) is a visual artist working with photography and text. Through strategies of reenactment, exchange and mistranslation, his works explore an aleatoric approach to the nuances in the cultural and social system, as well as the paradox of intimacy and distance. Amiko lives and works in Shanghai, China.


MFA, Rutgers University, 2016-2018

BFA, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 2011-2014


2020, The Purpose of Disease, Title Magazine

2020, Close Look: Amiko Li at Dodd Galleries, Athens, Burnaway

2020, Maiden Voyage, Lens Culture

2017, Amiko Li, Maiden Voyage, Collector Daily

2014, Amiko Li’s “Maiden Voyage”, Juxtapox Magazine


2020, Exhibition, UCCA Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing, China (Group)
2020, Dodd Galleries, University of Georgia, Athens, Greece (Group)
2020, Flat Earth Film Festival, Iceland (Group)
2019, Anthology Film Archive, New York, NYC, USA (Group)
2019, Landline, Chicago, USA (Group)
2019, Abrons Arts Center, New York, NYC, USA (Group)
2018, Belfast Photo Festival, Belfast, Ireland (Group)
2017, LeRoy Neiman Gallery, Columbia University, New York, NYC, USA (Group)
2014, Ulster Museum, Republic of Ireland (Group)