This month controversial Chinese artist Ai Weiwei launches his first solo exhibition in Sweden and while many of us wont be able to get over there to see it we’ve got our hands on a sneak peek at what the works in display look like.
Curated by Tessa Praun the exhibition is being held at the Magasin 3 gallery in Stockholm and concentrates largely on his politically inspired work looking at the mass-produced culture of his homestead. As well as displays of Weiwei’s art work there is also a reading room articles, interviews and videos about Weiwei, his work, his personal life and his constant battle for social change in China.
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