Margaret Liang (Davaa, b.1998) is an artist/photographer based in London.

Margaret uses the photographic medium to visualize vulnerability, love and power in the psychological and physiological realms. She derives her artistic voice from an auto-theoretical lens, and her striving to navigate herself in the world. Her subject matters include intersectional feminism, the asian diaspora, and the ephemerality of the body.

Royal College of Art, London, UK, Master of Arts, 2021-2023
School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, US, Bachelor of Fine Arts, 2017-2020

Press and Publications:
Wül Magazine, upcoming, 2022
Fotofilmic, JRNL 14, 2022
Fotofilmic, JRNL 13, 2022
Off Print at Tate Modern (Photobook: My Grave), 2022
Transference Magazine, 2022
Pearl Press, Parallel, 2022
Sola Journal, The Land From Which We Come, 2022
NOIA. Magazine, Reassemblage, 2022
Royal College of Art, WIP show, 2021
ArtScent, Sensuality, 2020
SAIC Photo Catalogue, 2018, 2019

Athens Open, Art Number 23,  Athens, GR, 2022
3RD FLOOR, Royal College of Art, London, UK, 2022
I Spoke to Them, Safehouse, London, UK, 2021
SE Center of Photography, Greenville, SC, US, 2021
SAIC On View, Chicago, IL, US, 2021
BFA Show at SAIC, Chicago, IL, US, 2020
A New Vision, Texas Photographic Society, Coppell, TX, US, 2020
Portrait of Self Isolation, Photo Place Gallery, Middlebury, VT, US, 2020
Jackson Junge Gallery, Chicago, IL, US, 2018
ArtBash, SAIC, Chicago, IL, US, 2018

Merit Scholarship, SAIC (2017-2020)
Dean’s Grant, SAIC (2019-2020)

Censorship, SAIC On View, 2021