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Art, China and Censorship According to Ai Weiwei

  • Aired: 12/11/2012
  • 08:30
  • Rating: E
Ai Weiwei has spent his career creating art with a direct social and political message. His photos, sculptures and installations highlight issues like Chinese censorship and corruption. Jeffrey Brown reports on Ai's artistic career and "According to What?," an exhibition of his work at the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington.
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