March 20, 2017 The Unbiased Writer

ai-weiwei-lawofjourneyContemporary Chinese artist Ai Weiwei‘s latest ‘Law of the Journey’ exhibition is a “multi-layer” series of projects inspired by the artist’s time spent in over 40 refugee camps during the past year. Known for being an outspoken activist for human rights, he describes the current global refugee crisis as a ‘human crisis.’ An all-black 230 feet long inflatable boat carrying 258 faceless refugee figures hangs at the heart of his new exhibition located at the National Gallery in Prague. Previous works from Weiwei which include “Laundromat” (display of clothing collected from a refugee camp) and “Snake Ceiling” (made from victims of the 2008 Sichuan earthquake) are on display as part of the exhibition. You can check out ‘Ai Weiwei: Law of the Journey exhibition from March 17th through January 7th, 2018.

National Gallery in Prague
Trade Fair Palace
Veletržní palác, Dukelských hrdinů 47,
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