Liliana Gao: Tree Holes and Queues

Liliana Gao isn't just the Gallery Manager for Ethan Cohen New York. She's also an artist focused on illuminating the intricacies of societies' cultural differences.

When she isn't busy organizing exhibitions, tending to the needs of clients and customers, or taking care of all the behind-the-scenes work that makes shows and exhibitions possible, she's creating multimedia and interactive art based on her own personal journey from East to West and an exploration of Confucian concepts.

Her experience has led her to a dream of one day opening her own gallery, where the focus would shift from selling individual pieces to educating all who have a genuine interest in the arts.

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