Movie Blog: 'Ai Weiwei: The Fake Case' Review In April 2011, Ai Weiwei -- the Chinese artist who helped design the Beijing “bird’s nest” Olympic stadium and who filled London’s Tate Modern with 8 million sunflower seeds -- was arrested by authorities in his home country. They held him in detention for nearly three months on what later turned out to be tax fraud charges. After that, they placed their most prominent international artist on house arrest. This is where Danish filmmaker Andreas Johnsen’s documentary The Fake Case starts. The beloved, world-renowned creator is leaving the very grip of the authorities’ intimidation chamber, and he’s rattled -- not talking to international press, keeping quiet. Something’s wrong.
Best 2013 Museum Exhibitions To Look Forward To In MinnesotaFive new powerful and profound museum events coming to Minnesota in early 2013 are alive with energy and broad appeal.