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Ai Weiwei

著者: Karen Smith, (Art historian); Hans Ulrich Obrist; Bernhard Fibicher; Weiwei Ai
出版商: London ; New York : Phaidon, 2009.
丛书: Contemporary artists.
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Ai Weiwei's work is an audacious blend of old and new, Western and Eastern, serious and irreverent. He has translated the readymade into a new artistic language, fusing neolithic pottery, fourteenth-century doors and seventeenth-century temple beams into surprising, at times shocking sculptures. He has documented his disdain for authority by giving the finger to the Tiananmen in Beijing, the Reichstag in Berlin and  再读一些...
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类型/形式: Bildband
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提及的人: Weiwei Ai; Weiwei Ai; Weiwei Ai; Weiwei Ai; Ai Weiwei
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所有的著者/提供者: Karen Smith, (Art historian); Hans Ulrich Obrist; Bernhard Fibicher; Weiwei Ai
ISBN: 9780714848891 0714848891
OCLC号码: 262432236
描述: 158 p. : col. ill. ; 29 cm.
内容: Interview --
Hans Ulrich Obrist in conversation with Ai Weiwei. Survey --
Karen Smith. Focus --
Bernard Fibicher, Working Progress (Fountain of Light). Artist's Choice. Artist's Writings.
丛书名: Contemporary artists.
责任: [survey by] Karen Smith, [interview by] Hans Ulrich Obrist, [focus by] Bernard Fibicher.
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The first monograph on the key figure in Chinese fast-growing art scene.  再读一些...

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