Ai Weiwei: Trace

On View at Hirshhorn

Art | Travel | Washington DC | United States

Ai Weiwei has returned to the Smithsonian's Hirshhorn Museum with his latest exhibit titled Trace. The exhibit features portraits of imprisoned political figures made completely of LEGO® bricks as well as two variations of his piece “The Animal That Looks Like a Llama but Is Really an Alpaca”.

If you are visiting Washington, DC anytime now until January 1, 2018, we recommend stopping by the Hirshhorn Museum to check out this exhibit! 

HIRSHHORN MUSEUM
Address: Independence Ave SW, Washington, DC 20024
Hours: Open Daily 10AM - 5:30PM

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The exhibit takes up the entire 2nd floor the Hirshhorn Museum, replacing the previous Yayoi Kusama exhibit. 

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The portraits are divided into "zones" with a corresponding touch tablet where you can learn more about each political dissident. 


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