Angelika Li holds a BA (Hons) in History of Art and Architecture from the University of Reading in the UK and an MA in Cultural Management from The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Appointed as the first gallery director of Sotheby’s Gallery in Asia, she currently serves on the Art Advisory Panel of the MTR Corporation and is now director of MILL6 Foundation, a new non-profit cross-disciplinary platform with a focus on textile arts to foster independent creative practice, to encourage multi-cultural dialogue, and to explore new meanings of textile.
She has curated and directed more than 140 exhibitions and events. Recent exhibitions and projects include ‘New Ink: An Exhibition of Ink Art by Post 1970 Artists from the Yiqingzhai Collection’ (2013), ‘Old Master Q: What The @#$% Is Going On? Original Works by Alphonso Wong’ (2014), art project ‘It's the wall world’ (2015) by a Japanese artist collective Chim↑Pom at MILL6 Foundation and MILL6 Inaugural Exhibition ‘Tracing some places’ (2015) by Leung Chi Wo.