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Tuesday, June 10 2014

Ai Weiwei on Truth, Beauty and Futility

Truths and beauties grapple throughout According to What?, a retrospective of Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei currently on display at the Brooklyn Museum of Art.


Friday, July 22 2011

No One Is Untouchable: Not Federico Garcia Lorca, Not Ai Weiwei

Governments tend to take on their worst form, to devolve to their most horrific manifestation, when they kill artists. Artists look out into the horrors of the world, and inevitably, the horrors sometimes reach back.


Reviews

Friday, August 19 2011

Ai WeiWei's Blog: Writings, Interviews, and Digital Rants, 2006-2009

Ai WeiWei is a product of a communist, atheistic regime, yet he is spiritual and guided by a concern for people and their ‘dignity’ and struggle, and to this he returns time and again.


News

Monday, May 14 2012

D.C. museums exhibiting work by Chinese artist-activist Ai Weiwei

WASHINGTON — If your concept of Chinese art is delicately painted screens and fragile porcelain cups, prepare for your world to be upended on a visit


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