Porcelain Limited Edition Chrysanthemum (White) by Ai Weiwei
by Ai Weiwei Hon RA
To celebrate his landmark exhibition at the Royal Academy in 2015, Ai Weiwei Hon RA hand- sculpted these beautiful porcelain chrysanthemum Flower editions exclusively for the RA.
Each piece is entirely unique and limited to 60 each. Weiwei’s Flowers come in a clothbound presentation box with a certificate of authenticity signed by the artist. Also available in pink, pale blue and mauve.
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Service Update (updated 19 March 2020)
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First cultivated in China, chrysanthemums are considered a symbol of good luck and longevity. They are a recurring motif throughout Ai Weiwei’s work and also feature in his activism. When his passport was withheld by the Chinese government, Weiwei placed a fresh bouquet of flowers in a bicycle basket outside his studio every morning. He also set up an Instagram project called #aiflowers; inviting people everywhere to make flowers in remembrance of the children lost in the 2008 Sichuan earthquake.
About Ai Weiwei Hon RA
Ai Weiwei is an artist. Born in 1957, he currently resides and works in Beijing, China. From architecture to installations, social media to documentaries, Ai uses a wide range of mediums as expressions to set up new possibilities and conditions for his audience to examine society and its values.
Taking over the Royal Academy's main galleries in 2015 with his powerful... Go to artist page