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|Named Person:||Weiwei Ai; Weiwei Ai; Weiwei Ai|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Weiwei Ai; Deborah E Horowitz; Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.; Mori Bijutsukan.; Indianapolis Museum of Art.; Art Gallery of Ontario.
|ISBN:||9783791352404 3791352407 9783791364438 379136443X|
|Notes:||"This catalogue is published in conjunction with the exhibition Ai Weiwei: According to What?, organized by the Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, in association with the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C."--Title page verso.
Exhibition held at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C., Oct. 7, 2012-Feb. 24, 2013; Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, Ind., Apr. 5-July 28, 2013; Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Ont., Aug. 31-Oct. 27, 2013; and two other venues through Aug. 10, 2014.
"Second printing 2013"--Title page verso.
|Description:||136 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 29 cm|
|Contents:||According to what? : a questioning attitude / Mami Kataoka --
The house of the people : forms of collaboration / Charles Merewether --
Reconsidering reality : an interview with Ai Weiwei / Kerry Brougher.
|Other Titles:||According to what?|
|Responsibility:||[editor, Deborah E. Horowitz].|
A leading figure among the Chinese artists of his generation, Ai Weiwei creates art that transcends East/West cultural dualities and focuses on fundamental artistic, cultural, and social questions. Published in conjunction with the first North American survey of this celebrated and provocative artist's career, this volume offers a valuable introduction to the full spectrum of Ai Weiwei's work--from photographs and sculpture to documentation of several of his most well-known projects, including his collaboration with Herzog & de Meuron on the "bird's nest" stadium for the 2008 Beijing Olympics. More recent works, several made specifically for this tour, address his ongoing investigation of the aftermath of the Sichuan earthquake, as well as his responses to his detention and continual surveillance by Chinese authorities. The book contains essays by exhibition curator Mami Kataoka, art historian Charles Merewether, and an interview between the Hirshhorn's chief curator Kerry Brougher and the artist.
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