Ai Weiwei on New York City | TateShots

In this weeks Tate Shots, Chinese artist Ai Weiwei talks about the time he spent as a young man living in New York and the 10,000 photographs he took documenting his life and the city.

The film was shot and edited by the director Alison Klayman, who has spent the past two years capturing Ai Weiwei’s life for ‘AI WEIWEI: NEVER SORRY’, the first feature-length documentary film on China’s leading contemporary artist and most vocal dissident.



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