Taschen Ai Weiwei 40th Edition (Hardcover)
Since Tachen's founding in Germany in 1980, the goal has always been to make the greatest books in the world. Whether through their incredibly popular and affordable "Basic Art" series or their "SUMO" collection that can retail for up to ten grand, their pursuit of greatness has made them a staple on the coffee tables and bookshelves of discerning aesthetes and art enthusiasts worldwide.
Renowned for his politics as much as for his art based on social intervention, a new approach to the readymade, and Chinese traditional crafts, Ai Weiwei’s fame extends beyond the art world. This monograph explores 30 years of work, from his exile in 80s New York to the art as social campaign that led to his detention.
Hardcover, 6.1 x 8.5 in., 2.72 lb, 512 pages
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