The world famous Chinese artist and activist is treating Jerusalem's Israel Museum to his work.
One of the most influential and esteemed members of the international contemporary art scene is Chinese artist Ai Weiwei. His works combine everything from photography and video to sculpture and large-scale installations which cover entire floors of museums. After being imprisoned without trial in his native China, Weiwei's movements were restricted by governments because of his political activitism and the stances he took on freedom of speech and human rights. His works central around these themes.
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