Chinese protests unlikely to change anything: Dissident Ai Weiwei
The Chinese government has indicated it will move to ease its policies on COVID-19 following mass protests across the country.
Hu Jintao's exit highlights "ruthless" China leadership—dissident Ai Weiwei
Ai also commented on how members of China's Communist Party refused to react as Hu was forcibly removed from the room.
Ai Weiwei on 'Human Flow' Documentary
The Chinese artist captures the humanity of the world's 65 million forcibly displaced people in a bid to inspire a global solution to the ongoing crisis.
Trump Building a Wall is a 'Ridiculous Act': Ai Weiwei
The Chinese artist and dissident spoke to Newsweek about Trump's policies, the Guggenheim's decision to pull artwork and how the world has failed refugees.
Trump Makes China Happy, Artist Ai Weiwei Says
The artist spoke ahead of his show in New York this fall.
The Curious Case of Anish Kapoor and Ai Weiwei
Weiwei says no artist has "reacted to the political victimization of a fellow artist."
U.K. and Sweden Set 'Dangerous Precedent' with Assange
The U.K. and Sweden risk becoming "rogue nations" for ignoring the U.N. human rights ruling on Assange.
Ai Weiwei Poses as Drowned Toddler Alan Kurdi
The image is the latest in a string of pro-refugee statements by the Chinese artist.
Ai Weiwei Protests Danish Refugee Policies, Pulls Art
The Chinese artist will remove his work from display in Denmark to protest a law allowing refugees' valuables to be seized.
Lego Changes Policy After Ai Weiwei Dispute
The Chinese artist set up collection points after Lego refused to sell him bricks.
Chinese Artist Ai Weiwei Visits Refugees in Greece
Images show families sleeping outside and struggling to keep warm.
Lego Refuses to Sell Bulk Order to Ai Weiwei
The Danish toy company refused to complete a bulk order of Lego bricks for the artist, citing political activism.
Swiss Couple Top ArtReview Power List
Iwan and Manuela Wirth have featured in the top 10 for a decade.
Ai Weiwei Memoir Coming in Spring 2017
The Chinese dissident artist will write about himself, his father and self-expression in a "totalitarian society."
Artist Ai Weiwei Says China at 'Critical Point'
Last month, Chinese authorities abruptly returned Ai's passport, which they had confiscated four years ago.
Ai Weiwei's @Large Exhibit Opens at Alcatraz
Human rights and freedom of expression are the subject of the Chinese activist-artist's site-specific exhibition in San Francisco's infamous prison