Li Liao’s three-channel video “Unaware 2020” at the Seoul Mediacity Biennale, the Seoul Museum of Art (SeMA) was featured in Korea JoongAng Daily in association with the New York Time.
Li Liao's performance "Unwinnable game" at the Shanghai chi K11 Museum expands upon artificial intelligence, social media and gaming in current society.
Art Hub Asia introduces Li Liao's video work.
The Art Newspaper looks at China's internal migration movements and how that affects the work artists produce.
Forbes magazine writes about the significance of Li Liao's "Hacked" performance as a Chinese artist.
Frieze Contributing editor Carol Yinghua Lu rounds up the best shows in Beijing.
Li Liao is recognized as one of the few most eclectic and diverse artist of 2016 in China.
Flaunt Magazine reviews Li Liao's work for their Miami Basel 2015 edition.
Critic Iona Whittaker reviews Li Liao's solo show in Issue 2 of Randian Magazine.
Artsy reviews Li Liao's performance piece and solo show in Klein Sun Gallery.
Beyond Chinatown interviews Li Liao in light of his solo show at Klein Sun Gallery.
Li Liao's solo show at Klein Sun Gallery is reviewed in Artforum China.
Whitewall Magazine reviews the solo show "Attacking the Boxer from Behind is Forbidden."
The VICE vertical reviews Li Liao's solo show at the Gallery.
Li Liao is listed as one of the top five Chinese artists that every collector should own.
Li Liao's 'Consumption' is reviewed in Alan Gilbert's writeup of The New Museum Triennial in the Fall issue of BOMB magazine.
Art critic John Harber reviews Li Liao's work in "Surround Audience" at the New Museum.
Artnet listed Li Liao as one of the 10 up-and-coming artists born after 1980 in this roundup.
Li Liao's 'Consumption' is reviewed as part of a review on the New Museum Triennial in 2015.
London Blog dedictaed to arts and culture reviews Li Liao's performance piece "Comsumption."
Esteemed art critic Holland Cotter reviews the 2015 iteration of the New Museum Triennial, selecting Li Liao's 'Consumption' as a highlight.
Bloomberg Business picks Li Liao's 'Consumption' as one out of the ten pieces that are a must-see at the New Museum's Triennial in 2015.
Curator and multimedia artist Li Zhenhua speaks to The New York Times about new media art in China, mentioning Li Liao as an activist documentarian.
Arte Fuse introduces Li Liao, Liu Chuang, No Survivors and Yan Xinguang for their group exhibition "Simple Life Is Interesting!" (Klein Sun Gallery, 2014).
"Simple Life Is Interesting" (Klein Sun Gallery, 2014) is featured in Art In America.
Artsy features Li Liao, Liu Chuang, Pak Sheung Chuen, Yan Xinguang and No Surivor's works in their group show, "Simple Life Is Interesting!" (Klein Sun Gallery, 2014).
Leap Magazine writes about the inaugural Hugo Boss Asia Art Award show in the Rockbund Museum, Shanghai, which features Li Liao's work.
Japanese art blog reviews Li Liao's piece "Art is a Vacuum."
Shared space exhibition by artists' Li Liao and Gao Lei is reviewed by Time Out as a must see.
Cafa Art News explains Li Liao's performance piece "A Slap."
The New Yorkers China Corespondent Evan Osnos speaks about Li Liao and his relationship with investigative art.
Li Liao's 'Consumption' is dissected on the arts and culture blog.
National Book Award winner Evan Osnos interviews Li Liao about his piece 'Consumption' for The New Yorker.