Working and living in Beijing and New York, Hongwei Li is a Chinese sculptor whose sculptures reshape classic aesthetic through geometric and abstract forms. He completed his master’s degree from the School of Art and Design at Alfred University in 2007. Following his graduation, he served as a faculty member at Alfred and has continued to be a visiting scholar since 2009.
His works have been displayed in numerous locations, including the National Art Museum of China, the Louvre, and the Art Institute of Chicago. He is a member of the Taylor Foundation and was awarded the Taylor Prize by the 2013 France International Salon. He is also a member of the International Academy of Ceramics and the Chinese Sculpture Institute.