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Tabby Li is a British artist and printmaker (b.1994) based in Standard studios in West London. Li’s art delves into the intricacies of the female experience and the complexities of the human condition against the backdrop of contemporary existence. By centring on moments of vulnerability and introspection, her work seeks to reveal the ethereal, emotional undercurrents that pervade everyday domestic environments.


With a focus on themes such as commonality, Li strives to represent experiences that transcend cultural and societal boundaries, thereby uniting people through shared emotions. Through visual narratives, her work invites viewers to embark on a journey of introspection and empathetic understanding, ultimately fostering a deeper sense of connectedness in our modern age.


Through Li’s work, she aims to establish an emotional dialogue with her audience, challenging preconceived notions about individuality, gender and society, while simultaneously offering a moment of self-reflection – for both herself as an artist and for those who engage with her work. It is through this deeply personal exploration that she seeks to give voice to the silent stories hidden within everyday life, and foster a deeper understanding about the diverse and intricate nature of human existence.


Alongside her painting and printmaking practice, Li has worked within Film/TV, Music, Fashion and Commercials for 10 years as Hair, Make-up and Prosthetics Artist and Designer.




HOME - Fringe Arts Bath - Bath 

OPEN 03. - Park Royal Gallery - London 

Everybody Can Be An Art Collector - Lighthouse Gallery - London

For Women by Women III - Ronapainting Gallery - Oxford 


OPEN 02. - Park Royal Gallery - London

Anonymous Drawings - Galerie im Körnerpark - Berlin


City & Guilds of London School of Art MA Fine Art (Upcoming)

University of the Arts London - London College of Fashion BA

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