Liqing Tan

works
Liqing Tan

highlight
gift
nametag
Highlight
Oil on linen
51 x 51cm
£2175
Gift
Oil on linen
51 x 51cm
£2175
Nametag
Oil on wood panel
30.4 x 30.4cm
£1420
inthetube
sparking
littlemonster
In the tube
Oil on wood panel
30.4 x 30.4cm
£1420
Sparking
Oil on linen
51 x 51cm
£2175
Little monster
Oil on linen
51 x 51cm
£2175
balneation
horseeye
silencegame
Balneation
Oil on linen
51 x 71cm
£2540
Horse eye
Oil on linen
51 x 71cm
£2535
Slience game
Oil on linen
51 x 71cm
£2535
sleepingbeatyunderthesea
theview
company
Sleeping beauty under the sea
Oil on linen
51 x 51cm
£2175
The view
Oil on linen
51 x 51cm
£2175
Company
Oil on linen
51 x 51cm
£2175
birdman
confuse
mirror
Birdman
Oil on linen
51 x 51cm
£2175
Confusion
Oil on linen
51 x 51cm
£2175
Mirror
Oil on linen
51 x 51cm
£2175
respite
redamancy
nightbythepool
Respite
Oil on linen
51 x 71cm
£2535
Redamancy
Oil on linen
51 x 71cm
£2535
Night by the pool
Oil on wood panel
45.7 x 60.9cm
£2265
curiosity
hideandseek
driving
Curiosity
Oil on linen
51 x 71cm
£2535
Hide-and-seek
Oil on canvas
45.7 x 60.9cm
£2265
Driving
Oil on linen
51 x 51cm
£2175
craft
obsess
gladyouarehere
Craft
Oil on linen
51 x 51cm
£2175
Obsess
Oil on linen
51 x 51cm
£2175
Glad you are here
Oil on linen
51 x 51cm
£2175
ottercapybarabaldy
Conversation Liqing Tan
Delusion Liqing Tan
Otter, capybara, baldy
Oil on linen
45.7 x 60.9cm
£2350
Conversation
51 x 71cm
Oil on linen
£2540
Delusion
51 x 51cm
Oil on linen
£2175

biography
Liqing Tan

Liqing Tan was born in 1994 in China. She has an MFA in Fine Art Painting from the UCL Slade School of Fine Art (2018) and a BA in Fine Art from Indiana University Of Bloomington (2015).
Her recent exhibitions include Wells Art Contemporary 2020, Wells, Royal Society of British Artists 303rd Annual Exhibition, Mall Galleries, London, Contemporary Young Artist Award 2020, The Biscuit Factory, Newcastle, As I Recall, Studio d’arte Cannaviello Gallery, Milan, Italy, Dentons art prize, Dentons, London, New Horizons Young Talents Exhibition, Coast Gallery, Zhuhai, China (2018), Future Echoes, Museum of Refugees, Thessaloniki, Greece (2017).

“Creating imaginary spaces or capturing dramatic moments (real or illusory) are important elements of my paintings. They are intended to elicit a degree of ambiguity, inviting the viewer to bring their subjective judgement to each piece. Informed by daily routines, they are storylines about contradictory happenings – documenting intimacy and separation, appearing and disappearing, missing and forgetting, discovering and reflecting, focusing and diverging.”
Liqing Tan