Saturday, May 21, 2011

finally some interesting discussions on Ai Weiwei's detention...


www.jsonline.com
The Milwaukee Art Museum is about to open a major exhibit organized in cooperation with China. Meanwhile, that country is jailing its contemporary artists, including its most famous living artist, Ai Weiwei.

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Tyler Green's Modern Art Notes features news, journalism and criticism about art, art museums and art exhibitions around the United States. Find breaking art news, visual art analysis, and modern art criticism.
 

blogs.artinfo.com
Tyler Green's Modern Art Notes features news, journalism and criticism about art, art museums and art exhibitions around the United States. Find breaking art news, visual art analysis, and modern art criticism.


blogs.artinfo.com
Tyler Green's Modern Art Notes features news, journalism and criticism about art, art museums and art exhibitions around the United States. Find breaking art news, visual art analysis, and modern art criticism.

New York Time's updates:
A company controlled by the dissident artist Ai Weiwei evaded a “huge amount” of taxes and intentionally destroyed financial documents, the government’s official news agency, reported Friday. 

The Beijing police allowed the wife of Ai Weiwei to see him at an undisclosed location, 43 days after his detention.

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