Oct 9, 2013
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Ai Weiwei’s stunning sculpture floats 3,144 bicycles above Toronto square
Ai Weiwei, one of China’s foremost contemporary artists, has taken his Forever Bicycles sculpture to Toronto. A reimagining of his 2011 sculpture of the same name, the new work has ballooned in size from the original’s 1,000 bicycles to feature over 3,144, assembled into a colossal structure that dominates Toronto’s Nathan Phillips Square. 

Ai Weiwei’s stunning sculpture floats 3,144 bicycles above Toronto square

Ai Weiwei, one of China’s foremost contemporary artists, has taken his Forever Bicycles sculpture to Toronto. A reimagining of his 2011 sculpture of the same name, the new work has ballooned in size from the original’s 1,000 bicycles to feature over 3,144, assembled into a colossal structure that dominates Toronto’s Nathan Phillips Square. 

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