Menu Artwork info 中文 Abou Sunflower Seeds explores the complexity of the Chinese individual's relationship with society, the authorities and tradition. Further reading Charles Merewether (ed.), Ai Weiwei Works: Beijing 1993-2003, Beijing 2003. Karen Smith, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Bernard Fibicher, Ai Weiwei, London 2009
. He devoted innumerable hours and energy with incredible patience to unveil the significance of an individual, as well as the imposing strength created when the individuals gather together Sunflower Seeds är ett av många verk av Ai Weiwei, där han använt sig av porslin, bland andra kopior av vaser efter original från olika dynastier, dräkter, pelare och vattenmeloner. I detta fall tog det 1.600 personer två och ett halvt år att tillverka porslinsfröna. [1 It is difficult to gauge whether Ai Weiwei anticipated the initial impact of the large-scale commission Sunflower Seeds (2010) in the gray volume of Tate Modern's Turbine Hall. For many among its audience, the installation—a vast field of life-size porcelain seeds—appeared from a distance to be made not of real husks but of carefully raked gravel or chippings Ai Weiwei, Kui Hua Zi (Sunflower Seeds), 2010, one hundred million hand painted porcelain seeds (Tate Modern, London) Though each of the 100 million carefully crafted individual seeds can draw the viewer's attention, once arranged together in a neat rectangle, or covering the floor of an entire room, the hyper-realistic seeds create a sense of vastness Sunflower seeds were a common theme in the Chinese Communist Party's political propaganda during Ai's childhood. Leader Mao Zedong would often represent himself as the sun, and the people of China as seeds on sunflowers in artworks. Ai also explains that when he was growing up, even the poorest families in China could share the seeds as a treat
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Ai Weiwei's Unilever Series commission, Sunflower Seeds, is a beautiful, poignant and thought-provoking sculpture. The thinking behind the work lies in far more than just the idea of walking on it. The precious nature of the material, the effort of production and the narrative and personal content create a powerful commentary on the human condition
In Ai Weiwei: Early activism and Sunflower Seeds 100 million hand-painted porcelain sunflower seeds, which were produced by some 1,600 Chinese artisans. Until the exhibit was roped off because of a feared health hazard, Ai had encouraged visitors to walk upon the seeds, considering the fragile sculptures a metaphor for the downtrodden Chinese populace
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Ai Weiwei, one of China's leading conceptual artists and an outspoken social commentator, has carpeted Tate Modern's Turbine Hall with millions of porcelain sunflower seeds, each intricately hand-painted
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This video brought to you by Tate.org.uk In the process of crafting millions of porcelain sunflower seeds, Chinese artist Ai WeiWei creates a work of art as well as a positive social project for the village in rural China he employed to make the seeds. Follow Sunflower Seeds on its remarkable journey from conception to delivery, and hear the artist talk about his unique socio-political.
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Ai Weiwei's Sunflower Seeds is an installation made up of 100 million hand-painted porcelain sunflower seeds. Altogether, the seeds weigh about 10 tons, and can be configured in two ways. They may either be displayed as a large rectangle, contained by walls on three sides, or as a sculpture, achieved by pouring the seeds from above onto large pile without a structure containing them.
Ai Weiwei in front of his installation Sunflower Seeds at Tate Modern in London, October 2010. Lennart Preiss/AP In late 2010 Ai was notified that a studio complex in Shanghai that he had recently built at the invitation of the city's mayor was scheduled to be razed
For Ai Weiwei, voicing opinions and communicating with one another is of great importance. From October 2010 to May 2011, visitors to Sunflower Seeds could record a video; either asking him their question or answering one from him
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Ai Weiwei: Sunflower seeds. Expand Collapse. Introduction. Link to this. My meeting with Ai Weiwei in Beijing in the fall of 2010 was the starting point for our work on this exhibition. At the time Ai Weiwei had been under house arrest for a few days
Biografi. Ai Weiwei är son till poeten Ai Qing och konstnären Gao Ying (född 1932). Han är gift med konstnären Lu Qing. Han har en äldre halvbror, konstnären Ai Xuan, en äldre syster Gao Ge och sonen Ai Lao (född 2009).. Ai Weiweis far blev kritiserad av regimen, stämplad som folkfiende och satt i arbetsläger från 1957
Chinese artist Ai Weiwei has covered the floor of the Turbine Hall at Tate Modern in London with more than 100 million individually handmade replica sunflower seeds. Top image is by Marcus Leith.
'ai weiwei: sunflower seeds' fill the tate modern's turbine hall, encouraging visitors to touch and walk on the carpet of tiny replicates
es under Mao; Jingdezhen was the porcelain capital of Imperial China; 100 million is five times the.
Art lovers upset as dust from Ai Weiwei's exhibit of 100m ceramic seeds prompts gallery to ban public interaction Mark Brown , arts correspondent Fri 15 Oct 2010 13.52 EDT First published on Fri.
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BERKELEY, California — At Haines Gallery in San Francisco's Financial District, I finally got to see Ai Weiwei's notorious Kui Hua Zi (Sunflower Seeds). There has been much hype around.
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Ai collaborated with Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron as the artistic consultant on the Beijing National Stadium for the 2008 Olympics. As a political activist, he has been highly and openly critical of the Chinese Govern Ai Weiwei is a Chinese contemporary artist, active in blogging, sculpture, installation, architecture, curating, photography, film, and social, political and cultural.
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Ai Weiwei: Sunflower Seeds. Ai Weiwei y Juliet Bingham. $7.99; $7.99; Descripción de la editorial. Born in Beijing in 1957, Ai Weiwei is one of the most influential artists at work today and has exhibited widely in Asia, Europe and North America Sunflower seeds: waldopepper. One of Ai Weiwei's most famous political works is titled Kui Ha Zi, or Sunflower Seeds. It is presently located at Tate Modern, London. The installation consists of more than 100 million tiny, handmade porcelain sunflower seeds
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Sunflower Seeds. In 2010 Ai filled the enormous Turbine Hall of London's Tate Modern with exactly 100,000,000 porcelain sunflower seeds, each made by a craftsman from the Chinese city of Jingdezhen. Hundreds of individuals had therefore been hired to produce by hand what appeared to have grown from nature The Unilever Series: Ai Weiwei Sunflower Seeds biggest weakness is its inability to deliver in sociability. The Turbine Hall failed to be a place of gathering like in The Weather Project where Meyers stated that 'groups of friends [could] arrange their bodies in ornamental configurations, opening and closing their limbs to resemble snowflakes and stars' (222) Sunflower Seeds is an installation of the famous contemporary Chinese conceptualist artist Ai Weiwei (1957) first opened in 2010 in the Turbine Hall of London contemporary art gallery Tate Modern. Through his installation the Chinese dissident artist transmits a variety of meanings to the audience, ideological values and beliefs of different levels. What we see [
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Ai Weiwei's Watermelon and Sunflower Seeds. Posted by Carrie on October 15, 2018 October 15, 2018. For almost a year, I have been devoting my energies towards posting a picture a day of some food-themed artwork on my Instagram account, usually with a sentence or two of explanation
Ai Weiwei 艾未未 Sunflower Seeds at the Tate Modern, London - part of the Unilever Series. 12th October 2010 to 2nd May 2011. See also a related set of CGI / 3D Computer Generated Images based on the work. The work is made up of 100 million porcelain ceramic sunflower seeds, with the characteristic dark stripes created by individually hand painting a glaze by skilled craft workers in.
Ai Weiwei Spreads a Sunflower Seed Carpet at Tate's Turbine Hall by Kyle Chayka October 11, 2010 March 16, 2011. Print. Support Hyperallergic's independent arts journalism
Ai WeiWei's 'Sunflower Seeds' is one of the most controversial exhibitions in Britain at the moment. Paralysed on the day it opened because, the Tate informs us, the dust emitted into the air by walking on the porcelain seeds was dangerous for asthmatic visitors, the seeds have been roped off. Meanwhile, during the exhibition, th
Kui Hua Zi (Sunflower Seeds) is an art installation created by contemporary artist and political activist Ai Weiwei.It was first exhibited at the Tate Modern art gallery in London from October 2010 to May 2011. It is a commentary on the mass production techniques that China caters to Western countries
Ai Weiwei, Sunflower Seeds, 2010. In 2011, Ai Weiwei's sunflower seeds - 100 million of them - were poured into the Turbine Hall at Tate Modern. Each one was unique: hand-crafted from porcelain in Jingdezhen - the Chinese town that once produced imperial porcelain for over a thousand years
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Utställningar. Ai Weiwei har haft utställningar på konstmuseer och -hallar världen över. Till den tre månader långa utställningen Documenta 12 i Kassel i Tyskland 2007 bidrog Ai Weiwei bland annat med projektet Fairytale.I detta ingick konceptkonstverket 1001.Ai Weiwei hade bjudit in 1.001 personer från landsbygden på olika ställen i Kina, inviterade via hans webbplats
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Ai Weiwei: Sunflower Seeds, at Tate Modern, Seven magazine review. Chinese artist-dissident Ai Weiwei's installation in the Turbine Hall holds subtle messages for his country
Ai Wei Wei's Tate Gallery Instillation. Sunflower at the Tate The Tate Modern gallery in London hosted Ai's huge installation Sunflower Seeds made up 100 million hand-crafted porcelain seeds placed on the floor in the cavernous Turbine Hall
A tribute to Ai Weiwei, inspired by his installation, Sunflower Seeds. Ai Weiwei's portrait was created out of 100,000 or 7kgs of sunflower seeds in an old alleyway in Shanghai. It was curious to observe how none of the passersby knew who he was, likely because there is no mention of him in local Chinese media
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Ai Weiwei's Sunflower Seeds will be at the Tate Modern through 2011. You can't play with or pocket the seeds, but it is assuredly still a sight to behold. Faceboo Description 'SunflowerSeeds' by AiWeiwei, Tate Modern Turbine Hall. This photo was taken on October 12, 2010 in Blackfriars Road, London, England, GB, using a Panasonic DMC-FZ18 . Photograph: Fiona Hanson/PA. When you first meet him, Ai Weiwei seems as solid and impassive as a pillar of granite. He leads the way into his home without a word, then sits silently at the head of a long wooden table
Sunflower Seeds by Ai Weiwei, 2010: Image by Mike Kemp. Ai Weiwei is renowned as perhaps the most outspoken Chinese artist practising today, braving against the wrath of the Chinese state with an unprecedented vigour Sunflower Seeds, Ai Weiwei (male, born 1957). Porcelain, Dimensions vary (Installation) in 2010, Tate Modern, London, (Not on View). For this work, hundreds of skilled workers created over 100 million porcelain seeds to fill an industrial space. Ai Weiwei is known for bravely criticizing the Chinese government
Ai Weiwei and Tim Marlow in conversation: Part 2. Ai Weiwei's monumental work Straight is the heaviest sculpture ever shown at the Royal Academy. The work is made from straightened steel reinforcing bars, salvaged from the ruins of the 2008 Sichuan earthquake , är sannerligen inte oproblematisk Artist Red Hong Yi is known for her work in unusual art mediums.Her latest work, 20,000 Seeds, is a giant portrait of famed political artist Ai Weiwei.And, as the title infers, it's made from 20,000 expertly placed sunflower seeds. Based in China, Red is inspired by her surroundings—she constantly scours wholesale markets for everyday objects to inspire her Media in category Ai Weiwei's Sunflower Seeds, Tate Modern The following 12 files are in this category, out of 12 total. Ai Weiwei's Sunflower Seeds, Tate Modern, detail.jpg 3,888 × 2,592; 1.25 M
Ai Weiwei was born in Beijing, China in 1957. An outspoken human rights activist, Ai was arrested by Chinese authorities in April 2011 and held incommunicado for three months. Upon his release, he was prohibited from traveling abroad, engaging in public speech, and was subjected to continued government surveillance
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