Jennifer S. Li is a writer, educator, and advisor with over a decade of experience in the art world. Her writing regularly appears in publications such as Art in America, ArtReview, and Sight Unseen, and she is the LA Desk Editor for the internationally distributed ArtAsiaPacific magazine. Through ArtMuse LA, Jennifer frequently gives inspiring and informational tours of Los Angeles galleries and museums to groups large and small. Utilizing her unique relationships with emerging artists and local galleries, she is proud to be able to connect and forge relationships between new and seasoned collectors with artists and their work.

Latest Writing:

April 10, 2019: “Finding Clarity with Distance: Interview with Heidi Lau” for ArtAsiaPacific (artist representing Macau in the upcoming Venice Biennale 2019)

April 2019: Sarah Cain at Honor Fraser - Art in America

April 2019: “Dispute Between the Tamarisk and the Date Palm,” Michael Rakowitz at REDCAT for ArtAsiaPacific

April 2019: Patricia Treib’s Paintings Are Abstract, But Rooted in the World of Objects - Sight Unseen