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Ai Weiwei

Madeleine Albright was America’s first female secretary of state, serving under President Bill Clinton from 1997-2001. She’s now a writer and a professor at Georgetown University. She recently published the book "Fascism: A Warning."

Arts and culture reporter Christin Kay sat down with her at the Ann Korologos Gallery in Basalt.

 

Anderson Ranch Arts Center

Chinese dissident and artist Ai Wei Wei became famous for works criticizing the Chinese government. He paid a high price for standing up to the authoritarian regime; he was imprisoned, and now lives in exile in Berlin. He continues to use his art to address issues ranging from freedom of expression to the refugee crisis.  

Ai Wei Wei spoke with Alexandra Munroe, a curator of Asian art at the Guggenheim museum, last week at Anderson Ranch Arts Center.

Ai Wei Wei Studio

Artist Ai Wei Wei became famous for works criticizing the Chinese government. He paid a high price for standing up to the authoritarian regime; he was imprisoned, and now lives in exile in Berlin. He continues to use his art to address global issues, ranging from freedom of expression to the refugee crisis.  Ai Wei Wei spoke at Anderson Ranch Arts Center recently and said human connection and communication are central to his work.

Chinese dissident and artist Ai Weiwei’s documentary "Human Flow" will be screened in Basalt on Sunday. After the movie, the filmmaker will take questions via webcast.