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Tag Archives: Ai Wei Wei

Protest concept for a missing artist / activist / blackjack player (and a number of dead children)

  The Situation A disappears. He is accused of crimes but not formally charged. He is well known and generally well regarded among many artists and critics and art collectors and journalists and architects and politicians and lawyers and government officials and political activists and blackjack players. He is well known and poorly regarded among […]

Is China Scared…?” Alex Pasternak on the disappearing of Ai Wei Wei

He puts it pretty well, the feeling that I’ve been trying for some time to describe: “After living in China for awhile—I was there from 2006 to 2009—you get used to so many shocks that they’re no longer surprising. The combination of breakneck development, deeply rooted cultural ties and the giant panopticon of an unpredictable […]