The Arch as We Know It Returned | Ai Weiwei’s “Good Fences” De-Installation (Photos)


A photographic snap shot of the “de-installation” of Ai Weiwei’s Public Art Fund-sponsored installation “Good Fences Make Good Neighbors” from under the Washington Square Arch where it stood for four months. The work took place long days, sunrise to past sunset, with security watching the space overnight, over Monday, February 12th and Tuesday, February 13th. By last night, Tuesday evening, the controversial exhibit was gone.





Monday night, less “Good Fences” but still there tho’ shortened, however …

By Tuesday early evening the installation had departed Washington Square Park.

Previously at Washington Square Park Blog:

Ai Weiwei’s “Good Fences” Departs from Under Washington Sq Arch Monday & Tuesday | Last Day Today February 11, 2018

Photos: Cathryn

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2 thoughts on “The Arch as We Know It Returned | Ai Weiwei’s “Good Fences” De-Installation (Photos)”

    • Hi C. Ponti,

      Thanks for your comment.

      What happened? I read that they are developing the studio where his works were stored … it sounded like a really nice area, now to be demolished for development. Is that what you mean?

      Thanks,
      Cathryn

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