Peds assess Ai Weiwei's "Arch," inside the Washington Square Arch, in Greenwich Village, part of his "Good Fences Make Good Neighbors" installations, Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2017.
AP Photo/Richard Drew
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With a gilded cage Ai honors pro-migrant New YorkHe has worked his way through refugee camps, capturing the stories of migrants across the world. Now celebrated Chinese artist Ai Weiwei has brought the fruits of his labor to New York, scattering over 300 works across the city.Another cage – this one silver, arched, and reaching a height of over 12 meters – is located under the arch of Washington Square Park, a place with personal ties to Ai Weiwei's time living in New York.
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