4 edition of Ai Weiwei"s blog found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Ai Weiwei ; edited and translated by Lee Ambrozy|
|Contributions||Ambrozy, Lee, 1978-|
|LC Classifications||N7349.A5 A35 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010024293|
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Manifestos and immodest proposals from China's most famous artist and activist, culled from his popular blog, shut down by Chinese authorities in Ineven though he could barely type, China's most famous artist started blogging. For more than three years, Ai Weiwei turned out a steady stream of scathing social commentary, criticism of government policy, thoughts.
Ai Weiwei's Blog is a collection of courageously honest rants. This book is also a sobering reminder of the price some pay for testing the boundaries of expression in a country that fears freedom.
He has now disappeared and in doing so has become more than an important contemporary artist, (see the Phaidon monograph for a good survey.)Cited by: 1. Found this extremely interesting book Ai Weiwei’s Blog at the Museum of Cycladic Art shop.
Initially (for obvious reasons!), I was drawn to the title; then, after reading the synopsis on the back cover, the book appealed to me even more and I bought it. Adding to my excitement I got the artist himself to sign it, since this was on the opening night of Ai Weiwei’s exhibition in the.
Ai Weiwei's Blog: Writings, Interviews, and Digital Rants, (Writing Art) - Kindle edition by Weiwei, Ai, Ambrozy, Lee, Ambrozy, Lee.
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This book offers a collection of Ai's notorious online writings translated into English-the most complete, public documentation of the original Chinese blog available in any language. The New York Times called Ai "a figure of Warholian celebrity."/5(87).
AI Weiwei's Blog: Writings, Interviews, and Digital Rants, by Ai Weiwei avg rating — 89 ratings — published — 5 editions. Ai Weiwei, Chinese artist and activist whose work included sculptural installations, architectural projects, photographs, and videos.
While Ai’s art was lauded internationally, its frequently provocative dimension as well as his political outspokenness triggered forms of repression from Chinese authorities.
But as Chinese artist Ai Weiwei’s new book Weiwei-isms. proves, small can be powerful. This slim, pocket-sized volume compiles quotes made by Ai in interviews, in newspaper articles, on his blog, and via Twitter.
“Chairman Mao was the first in the world to use Twitter,” says Ai. “All his quotations are within words.”. This is an important collection from Ai Weiwei's original blog posts from I read it from cover to cover, but it's probably better as a source book.
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Then, on June 1,Chinese authorities shut down the blog. This book offers a collection of Ai's notorious online writings translated into English—the most complete, public documentation of the original Chinese blog available in any language. The New York Times called Ai "a figure of Warholian celebrity.".
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Ai Weiwei was born on Augin Beijing, China, to Chinese poet Ai Qing. As a result of his father’s denouncement from the ‘Anti-Rightist Movement,’ Ai’s family was sent to a labor camp in Beidahuang and was eventually exiled to Shihezi, Xinjiang. by Gloria Chiang.
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Ai Weiwei (Chinese: 艾未未; pinyin: Ài Wèiwèi, English pronunciation (helpinfo); born 28 August in Beijing) is a Chinese contemporary artist and activist. Ai grew up in the far north-west of China, where he lived under harsh conditions due to his fathers an activist, he has been openly critical of the Chinese Government's stance on democracy and human nt: Excessivism.
A cultural figure of international renown, Ai Weiwei is an activist, architect, curator, filmmaker, and China’s most famous artist. Open in his criticism of the Chinese government, Ai was famously detained for months inthen released to house ality: Chinese.While disparate in their content and approaches, both of these books give a comprehensive sense of Ai’s diversity and international appeal, and are especially useful in gaining a better understanding of Ai’s relationship to China and his Chinese audience.
Writings, Interviews, and Digital Rants, the first English translation of Ai Weiwei’s Chinese language blogs and micro-tweets, could not have appeared at a more timely moment, not least because Ai’s short-lived cyber postings have demonstrated the revolutionary potential of these rapid-fire, viral modes of communication (beyond the much-vaunted and exaggerated .