Skip to content

The Art World Works From Home: Guggenheim Curator Alexandra Munroe Is Helping Ai Weiwei Sell Masks for Charity and Training Her New Puppy

artnet news, Sarah Cascone

June 26, 2020

Ai Weiwei Has Turned His Most Iconic Artworks into Charity Face Masks

CNN Style, Oscar Holland

May 28, 2020

Ai Weiwei Creates 10,000 Masks in Aid of Coronavirus Charities

Guardian, Mark Brown

May 28, 2020

Ai Weiwei Designs Masks with a Message

New York Times, Sophie Haigney

May 28, 2020

Three Artist-Led Initiatives That Are Chronicling the Coronavirus Experience

The Art Newspaper, José da Silva, Gareth Harris and Gabriella Angeleti

May 28, 2020

Ai Weiwei Has Created Face Masks Featuring His Most Iconic Artworks

Dazed, Brit Dawson

May 28, 2020

Japan Contemporary Art Summit 2019, “Trans/National: Narrative of Contemporary Art after Globalization”

RealTokyo, Tomoko Kuroiwa

October 24, 2019

Farewell Our Globalism

Art in America, Richard Vine

December 1, 2017

Dr. Alexandra Munroe Receives 2017 Japan Foundation Award


October 31, 2017

"Theater of the World" Curator Alexandra Munroe on Why Americans Must Understand Chinese Art for Their Own Good

artnet news, Andrew Goldstein

October 2, 2017

The Guggenheim’s Alexandra Munroe on Why "The Theater of the World" Was Intended to Be Brutal

artnet news, Andrew Goldstein

September 26, 2017

How a "Scream" of Post-War Japanese Art Pioneered Modernism

Vice, DJ Pangburn

October 26, 2016

Japan, in from the Wilderness: Reiko Tomii’s Expanded Modern-Art History

Hyperallergic, Edward M. Gómez

May 28, 2016

A Whole Planet of Modern Art

New York Times, Edward M. Gómez

March 17, 2016