We’ve been talking a fair amount about Alison Klayman’s Ai WeiWei: Never Sorry documentary around the office. It’s a fascinating exploration into the life and controversy surround the disruptive Chinese artist. Exploring his world from his studio in Beijing, to the production and installation of “Sunflower Seeds” at the Tate, to his 2011 arrest. It’s a fascinating look at the culture of surveillance and oppression inside China, and the courageous efforts of those who defy it. Definitely worth checking out.

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