About

Natalie Minyu Li creates and supports inspiring projects across artistic disciplines.

Her art is inspired by children's stories and street art culture. By juxtaposing playful characters with colorful doodles, she hopes to appeal to our optimistic inner child and encourage open-mindedness. In addition to art events and commissions, she also supports underrepresented artists in media / interactive entertainment through financial consulting, education, advocacy, and funding.

Before pivoting to the arts, Natalie worked on debt transactions at an advisory boutique and a global investment bank. Her team helped distressed hedge funds reach the first cross-tranche debt deal with Puerto Rico in its bankruptcy (her clients headlined in Bloomberg article). 

Selected Visual Art Events

San Diego Comic Con Art Show - Group Exhibition - San Diego, CA

Superfine! San Francisco Art Fair - Group Exhibition - San Francisco, CA

Solana Hacker House Chicago - Group Exhibition - Chicago, IL

Unrevealed - Miami Art Week 2021 - The Kimpton Surfcomber - AR Group Exhibition - Miami, FL

Superfine! LA E-Fair - Virtual Exhibition

Soho Art Walks Halloween Edition - C.J. Yao Art Gallery - Live Painting/Group Exhibition - New York, NY

Curbside Art Crawl - Curbside Canvas Mural Project - Art Crawl - New York, NY

Art is the Cure - One Art Space Gallery - Group Exhibition - New York, NY

Curbside Canvas Mural Project - That Bar - Brooklyn, NY

Curbside Canvas Mural Project - Homemade by Miriam - New York, NY

Selected Press / Features

"Turning Outdoor Dining Into Curbside Canvases," Munchies by Vice Media (Featured mural at 5:50)

"Neighborhood Curbside Canvas Project Connects Artists with Restaurants," MOLD Magazine

Artist Feature and Interview, All of It Volume II: Being

"Local artists are transforming NYC outdoor dining set-ups," TimeOut NY (Featured mural)

“Artists Transform Outdoor Dining Areas into Works of Art," Eyewitness News ABC7NY, October 6, 2020

"Artists and Eateries Make Good Match in Tribeca's Curbside Canvas Project," The Tribeca Trib

"Seen & Heard: More art at the curb," Tribeca Citizen

"Neighborhood curbside canvas project," FREE THE MUSEUM

"7 Women Of Color Artists Talk Creating In Home Studios In The Age Of Quarantine," Unpopcultr 

Contact

If your heart must be
tied, let it be tied to mine.
May we bear the winds.

Poem by Libby Goss. Art by Natalie Minyu Li.

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