Ai Weiwei Beijing Photographs
- This definitive, powerful collection of over 600 photographs were taken by Ai Weiwei in Beijing between 1993-2003.
- They represent an autobiography in pictures and his images often merge the playful with the profound, conveying the importance of freedom of speech.
- From the provocative image of Ai's middle finger raised towards Tiananmen Square to engaging street photography depicting a city in flux as well as heartbreaking photos of Ai's father Ai Qing's final months, these pictures reveal a contrarian figure on the verge of superstardom.
- This book is banned from publication in China.
- 400 pages