Liao Yibai (b. 1971, Sichuan China) is a multi-discipline Chinese American artist. His works include sculptures, paintings, calligraphies, photography, digital 3D animations, motion graphics, and documentary films.

Liao Yibai’s love of art started at a young age. After graduating from Sichuan Institute of Fine Art, he focused on making sculptures and paintings. Later, he also ventured into film making, directed and produced documentary films. However, digital 3D design is not unfamiliar to Liao Yibai. In order to show his sculptures more efficiently and conveniently to clients, he started working with software for digital 3D designs. Through his work, he is exploring the connection between the virtual world and life itself.

Liao Yibai believes that art is personal. In the age of big data, personal messages mixed with computer programming language have become a unique medium for the expression of feelings, thoughts, and beliefs that touch more souls.

Collection of his works and public projects are on permanent display in private and public collections throughout many parts of the world including the United States, UK, Hong Kong, Macau, and China. He held his first solo exhibition while still in college, and has held several solo exhibitions in Beijing, Hong Kong, New York, and many joint exhibitions. He also exhibits regularly in Miami Art Basel, the New York Armory Art Fair, Hong Kong Art Fair, and the Aarhus Art Gallery of Denmark.

Liao Yibai currently lives and works in New York and Los Angeles.

Exhibitions

2021 Opening up: “Transmutation – An art show of New Media” TF College Art Gallery, Chengdu, China
2021 Art Basel Switzerland
2020 Dragon Cloud, Virtual Show PD100 Gallery, New York
2020 Darkest Before Dawn: Art in the Age of Uncertainty Ethan Cohen Gallery, Beacon, NY
2019 Eustatia Beacon Artist Group, Beacon, NY
2018 Art New York New York
2017 Art Miami Florida
2016 School Out Mike Weiss Gallery, New York
2012 Made In China Mike Weiss Gallery, New York
2012 Supersized Fakes and Cold War Artifacts Fort Collins Museum of Art, Fort Collins
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