Posts Tagged ‘Ai Weiwei’

Viva Skype! Guest Speakers in HIDA’s Writing Art & Design Criticism Seminar

With four more weeks of the course still ahead of us, the Writing Art & Design Criticism seminar students have already had a chance to welcome several well-regarded art critics and art writers, including Lee Ambrozy, the editor-at-large for and the editor and translator of Ai Weiwei’s Blog: Writings, Interviews and Digital Rants 2006–2009 (MIT Press, 2011 She is also one of […]

Event Announcement: Lee Ambrozy’s Lecture on Ai Weiwei’s Audience at the Herberger

ASU Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts will be hosting a talk about China’s most famous international artist, and its most outspoken domestic critic Ai Weiwei. It will take place this Thursday, March 21, at 3 pm in the Lower Level South Gallery of the ASU Art Museum. The presenter is Lee Ambrozy who is the […]

Ai Weiwei “Cube Light” exhibition extended through February 19th

Installation view, image courtesy of the gallery. Misa Shin Gallery just announced the extension of Ai Weiwei “Cube Light” show through February 19. 

Ai Weiwei at Misa Shin Gallery

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Kyoto Openings: Taka Ishii and TKG Editions

Jeffrey Rosen and Julia Friedman with Lisa Lapinski’s Tobacco Camel, 2010. Plastic foam, adhesive, Tops and Bali Shag Tobacco, 134.6(L) x 33(W) x 106.7(H) cm Taka Ishii Kyoto branch is now showing the new work of a Los Angeles artist Lisa Lapinski. The exhibition, entitled “Th th th th th Snow White”  is more complicated than one […]