Most recently, Ai Weiwei shared some sick skateboards that he did in collaboration with Sk8room. Just before, he announced a project with Herzog and de Meuron asking 100 architects to design homes for people in inner Mongolia. Now, he's announced that he's curating the third show (remotely, since he cannot legally attend in-person) for Duddell's in Hong Kong, which opens on November 5 and will last until February 2014.
The exhibition will include Hong Kong artists like Angela Su, Frog King, and Kingsley Ng, which are said to be getting uniquely framed by Ai Weiwei himself. He will also do a "Tweetup" event on Twitter to make his presence felt at the event.
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