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Ai Weiwei – Berlin Gallery Spotlights Work of Detained Chinese Artist

Posted on Monday, 2 May 2011

“Tree” and “Rock“, Ai Weiwei installation at the Neugerriemschneider gallery in Berlin Emilie Trice has written “Berlin Gallery Spotlights Ai Weiwei, Detained Chinese Artist”, a short article in the Travel section of The New York Times, looking at the Chinese dissent artist, now being held by Chinese authorities, and two of his works on show […]

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Salman Rushdie on the Dissident Chinese Artist Ai Weiwei

Posted on Wednesday, 20 April 2011

  Ai Weiwei’s “release is a matter of extreme urgency and the governments of the free world have a clear duty in this matter.”, states, with urgent clarity, Salman Rushdie image: Rodrigo Corral & Jennifer Carrow/The New York Times The eminent writer and social observer Salman Rushdie has written a short, clear article entitled “Dangerous […]

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