PHOTOS | Art installation by Chinese artist Ai Weiwei ‘Law of the Journey (Prototype B)’

UPDATED ON DEC 01, 2020 11:38 AM IST
Chinese artist Ai Weiwei’s 'Law of the Journey (Prototype B)' (REUTERS/Jorge Silva)
Law of the Journey, looming over the spectators is an inflatable boat inspired by the boats used by refuges, who brave the treacherous seas in order to reach Europe. (REUTERS/Jorge Silva)
The exhibition ‘Law of the Journey’ is an epic, multi-layered statement about the human condition and its reflects the artist’s. Ai Weiwei’s, empathy and concern for the millions of people who face continuous destructions and horrors. (REUTERS/Jorge Silva)
Ai Weiwei is a cultural figure with international popularity. More than an artist, Ai is also an architect, curator, filmmakers and considered to be China’s most famous artist. (REUTERS/Jorge Silva)
Ai Weiwei’s installations tend towards an amalgamation of the contemporary world and traditional Chinese modes of thought and production. His works often inspire dialogue about cultural issues. (REUTERS/Jorge Silva)
Ai Weiwei has expressed that his installation does not represent a refugee crisis but rather a human one. (REUTERS/Jorge Silva)

Chinese artist Ai Weiwei’s 'Law of the Journey (Prototype B)' (REUTERS/Jorge Silva)

Law of the Journey, looming over the spectators is an inflatable boat inspired by the boats used by refuges, who brave the treacherous seas in order to reach Europe. (REUTERS/Jorge Silva)

The exhibition ‘Law of the Journey’ is an epic, multi-layered statement about the human condition and its reflects the artist’s. Ai Weiwei’s, empathy and concern for the millions of people who face continuous destructions and horrors. (REUTERS/Jorge Silva)

Ai Weiwei is a cultural figure with international popularity. More than an artist, Ai is also an architect, curator, filmmakers and considered to be China’s most famous artist. (REUTERS/Jorge Silva)

Ai Weiwei’s installations tend towards an amalgamation of the contemporary world and traditional Chinese modes of thought and production. His works often inspire dialogue about cultural issues. (REUTERS/Jorge Silva)

Ai Weiwei has expressed that his installation does not represent a refugee crisis but rather a human one. (REUTERS/Jorge Silva)

About The Gallery

Chinese artist Ai Weiwei’s new installation, 'Law of the Journey (Prototype B)', is a 16.4-meter long inflatable boat crowded with anonymous refugee figures. It is on isplay at the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre BACC as part of Bangkok art Biennale in Bangkok, Thailand.

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