Ai weiwei

With 300 site-specific works spread throughout the five boroughs, the exhibition is the largest public art project to date for both Ai Weiwei and the Public Art Fund.
Locals had been protesting the installation of Ai Weiwei's piece in Washington Square Park, one of over 300 being installed around the five boroughs.
The site-specific installations will soon come to Central Park, the Unisphere in Queens, and, most controversially, Washington Square Park.
An immersive new exhibition exploring public space and mass surveillance is coming to the Park Avenue Armory, and much like its subject, it's difficult to tell when exactly the experience begins, and when it ends.
The project will run from October 12th through February 11th, 2018 at sites across the city.
Artist-Activist Ai Weiwei has been released on bail, and the art world is rejoicing.
Last week, artist Geandy Pavon projected an image of imprisoned Chinese artist Ai Weiwei's face onto the side of the Chinese Consulate building on 12th Avenue.
Mayor Bloomberg marked the opening of Chinese artist Ai Weiwei's public art
Yesterday, hundreds of people gathered by the Chinese Consulate on the West
From Ai Wei Wei's Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads (Photograph © AW
Contemporary Chinese artist Ai Weiwei is making his public art debut with
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