The words of dissidents, political prisoners, and free speech advocates are everywhere in "@Large," a multi-work exhibition by renowned Chinese artist Ai Weiwei now open on Alcatraz Island — embossed on kites, represented in LEGO portraits, and echoing from speakers hidden behind jail cell vents.
The confined Chinese dissident’s new exhibition raises important questions about human rights at a site that’s home to America’s own notorious past.
Ai Weiwei's exhibit on this former federal penitentiary raises questions about freedom of expression and human rights.
The Chinese artist's seven installations on America's most notorious island champion human rights and recall America's dark past
A highly anticipated exhibition at America’s most famous prison by one of China’s most prolific contemporary artists will open to the public Saturday, September 27.