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Ai Weiwei

Thin Line, 2017

Acrylic-display case with PMMA mirror as backdrop, with glass fiber light line
19 7/10 × 19 7/10 × 9 4/5 in
50 × 50 × 25 cm
Edition of 100
This is an editioned multiple.
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With incised signature and title, numbered on the case Further signed and numbered in black marker on the Certificate of Authenticity … Read more
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Co-published by the artist and Amsterdam Light Festival Foundation
Ai Weiwei
Chinese, b. 1957
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A cultural figure of international renown, Ai Weiwei is an activist, architect, curator, filmmaker, and China’s most famous artist. Open in his criticism of the Chinese government, Ai was famously detained for months in 2011, then released to house arrest. “I don’t see myself as a dissident artist,” he says. “I see them as a dissident government!” Some of Ai’s best known works are installations, often tending towards the conceptual and sparking dialogue between the contemporary world and traditional Chinese modes of thought and production. For Sunflower Seeds (2010) at the Tate Modern, he scattered 100 million porcelain “seeds” handpainted by 1,600 Chinese artisans—a commentary on mass consumption and the loss of individuality. His infamous Coca Cola Vase (1994) is a Han Dynasty urn emblazoned with the ubiquitous soft-drink logo. Ai also served as artistic consultant on the design of the “Bird’s Nest” stadium for Beijing’s 2008 Olympics, and has curated pavilions and museum exhibitions around the globe.

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With incised signature and title, numbered on the case Further signed and numbered in black marker on the Certificate of Authenticity … Read more
Publisher
Co-published by the artist and Amsterdam Light Festival Foundation
Ai Weiwei
Chinese, b. 1957
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A cultural figure of international renown, Ai Weiwei is an activist, architect, curator, filmmaker, and China’s most famous artist. Open in his criticism of the Chinese government, Ai was famously detained for months in 2011, then released to house arrest. “I don’t see myself as a dissident artist,” he says. “I see them as a dissident government!” Some of Ai’s best known works are installations, often tending towards the conceptual and sparking dialogue between the contemporary world and traditional Chinese modes of thought and production. For Sunflower Seeds (2010) at the Tate Modern, he scattered 100 million porcelain “seeds” handpainted by 1,600 Chinese artisans—a commentary on mass consumption and the loss of individuality. His infamous Coca Cola Vase (1994) is a Han Dynasty urn emblazoned with the ubiquitous soft-drink logo. Ai also served as artistic consultant on the design of the “Bird’s Nest” stadium for Beijing’s 2008 Olympics, and has curated pavilions and museum exhibitions around the globe.

Ai Weiwei

Thin Line, 2017

Acrylic-display case with PMMA mirror as backdrop, with glass fiber light line
19 7/10 × 19 7/10 × 9 4/5 in
50 × 50 × 25 cm
Edition of 100
This is an editioned multiple.
Bidding closed
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