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December 4, 2009

Beili Liu receives "Artist of the Year" Award in 3D medium

Austin Museum of Art and Austin Visual Arts Association


December 8, 2009 - February 21, 2010

Mapping Memories

Beili Liu and Takafumi Ide

Castle Gallery, College of New Rochelle, NY

beili liu lecture  

November 17, 2009

Mining the Material, Time and Process, Lectures in Art and Diaspora: Asian In America–Beili Liu

Blanton Museum of Art, University of Texas at Austin

Co-sponsored by: the Blanton Museum of Art; the Center for Asian American Studies; the Institute for Historical Studies; and the Lectures on Art in the Black Diaspora in the Department of Art and Art History, College of Fine Arts.


September 17- October 24, 2009


Solo Exhibition

d berman gallery, Austin, TX


October 09, 2009, …Might be Good, contemporary art e-journal review

September 27, 2009, Austin American Statesman review


August 18 - October 15, 2009

In Between

Solo Exhibition

Elisabeth De Branbant Gallery, Shanghai, China


August 22, 2009, China Daily

Yishu, Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art, China, preview

Shanghai TV program "City Beat” ICS, interview

Dialog, conversation with Beili Liu, Elisabeth de Brabant, Nine Dragon magazine, Shanghai, China

iLOOK Monitor, Shanghai, China review

August 15, 2009, Shanghai online, China preview

Left: exhibition views of two gallery levels, Level 1: Origin and Lapse, level 2: Lure/Return


June, 2009

Artiest Residency at Fundación Valparaiso

Fundación Valparaíso, Spain



May 10 - September 27, 2009

It Is Beautiful Here
International Textile exhibition

Granary, Fiskars, Finland


May 8, 2009, Västra NYland Review, Finland

May 9, 2009, HBL hufvudstadsbladet review

May 9, 2009, Västra Nyland review


April, 2009

Art in America Review

Beili Liu at Tarryn Teresa Gallery, Los Angeles, by Janet Koplos
Exhibition Three Thousand Troubled Threads

Beili Liu 3 Walls  

March 6-March 27, 2009


A Site-Specific Installation

Solo Exhibition at Three Walls Gallery, San Antonio, TX


March 10, 2009, San Antonio Current, Sarah Fisch

March 2009, Might Be Good, Wendy Atwell

Beili Liu flyer


January 17-Feburary 27, 2009

Three Thousand Troubled Threads

Solo Exhibition at Tarryn Teresa Gallery, Los Angles


April 2009 Art in America, Janet Koplos

February 2009 Buzzine, Steven Irvin

February 2009 Citizen LA

February 2009 ArtSlant LA, Sandra Vista


January 24-Feburary 7, 2009

A Strange Land

Group Exhibition at Creative Research Lab, Austin

The Creative Research Laboratory presents A STRANGE LAND, featuring work by Beili Liu, Lynn Richardson, Cauleen Smith, Chris Taylor, and Mapping Exchange Austin-Argentina Residency artist, Erica Bohm. The evolving exhibition rotates around the phenomenon of cultural modification to diverse societies and geography with a focus on issues of displacement and the blending of ethos, landscapes, and personal histories in a foreign land.

Art Fram reading event  

September 13, 2008

Art Farm poetry reading at The Little House

Art Farm Artist Residency, Nebraska

By Cheryl Ratliff

Poet Cheryl Ratliff lived in the Little House at Art Farm during her residency there in September 2008. The Little House is a permanent sculpture that Beili created at Art Farm in 2004. During the one month stay, Cheryl cooked, slept, and wrote on a type writer in the little house.

"This is aesthetic dissipation at its finest, certain to appeal to the highest expectations of your brain’s reward circuits: only one of many multimedia-driven events at Art Farm to help break your life’s pattern of tragic reserve. You’ll find it’s more fun than alcoholic skydiving."


Photo by Ilit Azoulay

beili liu ccc ard

May 9 – July 5th, 2008


Solo Exhibition and Artist Lecture

Official Selection of the San Francisco International Arts Festival

11th Annual United States of Asian America Festival

Runs May 9 – July 5th, 2008

Chinese Culture Center Gallery


San Francisco Weekly Review

“Legend Made Visible” - San Francisco Examiner review

ArtSlant Review by DeWitt Cheng

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