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York City: Art Student and Art Fund

york city: A global trend of trying to separate us by colour, race, religion, nationality is a blow against freedom, against humanity, Ai said at a Manhattan press conference Tuesday, according to CTV. That's why I made a work related to this issue. Good Fences Make Good Neighbors, presented by the Public Art Fund, will be open to the public from Thursday until Feb. 11. Ai, now based in Berlin, is considered one of the world's most successful artists. He came to New York City as an art student in the 1980s, then returned to his homeland in 1993, using his art and public platform to address political issues. He spent his childhood in a remote Chinese community after his father, a poet, was exiled by Communist authorities. ( As reported in the news.