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Free Speech by Ai Weiwei

Free Speech by Ai Weiwei

Baldwin Contemporary



Edition Size: 100

Image Size: 60 x 60 cm

Sheet Size: 60 x 60 cm


Condition: Excellent

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Free Speech

By AI Weiwei

Ai Weiwei is a prominent Chinese contemporary artist and activist known for his bold and provocative works that challenge political and social norms. Renowned for his outspoken advocacy for human rights and free expression, Ai Weiwei’s art spans various mediums, and his installations, such as “Sunflower Seeds” and “Remembering,” have left a lasting impact on the global art scene.

11 colour silkscreen with spot varnish highlights and glow-in-the-dark details in phosphorescent ink, printed on 600gsm Somerset Tub Sized Radiant White paper.
60 x 60cm
Edition of 100
Signed, dated and numbered

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The Artist

Ai Weiwei

Ai Weiwei is a world-famous contemporary artist from China. He works in a variety of media and has been a vocal critic of human rights issues in China. He spent time during his childhood forced into re-education camps because his father, Ai Quing, also an artist, had been accused of being a “Rightist” by the government of China. Ai Weiwei later attended the Film Academy in Beijing, where he studied animation. After moving to New York, he supported himself by drawing portraits of people on the street, and was influenced by cultural figures like Andy Warhol and Allen Ginsberg. He attended further study at the Art School League of New York and the Parsons School of Design.

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