Forever by Ai Wei Wei - Critical art - the name of the sculpture apparently refers to the mass-produced Forever cycle brand in Shanghai. The sculpture plays on the concepts of assembling and copying in China – a theme that occurs in many of Ai's projects.
Get a bicycle. You will not regret it if you live. ~Mark Twain This red bike art is located at the corner of Hawthorne and Ravenspur in Rolling Hills, CA I think it looks particularly interesting with the light of the setting sun.
This particular object Ai Weiwei decided to pursue because of the difficulty. His interns told him that engineering an object like this would take a year, which only encouraged Weiwei and convinced him to go forward with the project.
Artist Ai Weiwei - Fountain of Light is a shining seven-metre tall crystal tower. The work refers to the Russian architect Vladimir Tatlin’s never-finished tower, created for the Third International in 1919 during the Russian Civil War.
A man admires "Forever Bicycles," a piece by Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei, at the Taipei Fine Art Museum. "Ai Weiwei Absent" opened last weekend and features installations, photography, sculptures and videos.