Ai Weiwei

The artist is behind "Human Flow," a documentary on the global refugee crisis, released against the backdrop of the Trump administration.
The WorldPost sat down with Ai to discuss his new documentary about the refugee crisis.
People across the city will experience the effects of "Good Fences Make Good Neighbors."
I had to deal with them largely as concepts. Here is some of what Fabre said about these pieces in 2004: Consider another
Guo Xi, There never should have been an artist named Jia Siwen, 2012-2014, installation view at Asia Society Texas Center
I can never be in China without marveling at all the changes that have occurred here since I first visited, back in the '80s, when I entered through Shekou and had to pass through a "Museum of Chinese History" before I could get to the street
But why not stage the installation in countries that have taken in few, or no refugees?
The position of the body is the same. The figure is prone on the beach, near the water’s edge. The head is face down in the
In the past 10 days three art world stories have caught my attention. Each of these stories, in one way or another, says something upsetting or revealing about the art world and its values.
After worldwide attention to the crisis coalesced around this harrowing, moving photo, somehow an adult making a glorified selfie is supposed to... what? What is it supposed to do?
The move was called "lazy, cheap, crass."
Artist and activist Ai Weiwei has long used his art to make a political statement, from Lego portraits of human rights activists