Chinese challenges Ai Weiwei in Bern By Dahai Shao and Jessica Dacey Culture ... Print comment Open popup to share Share: share on twitter share on facebook send by e-mail more... See in other languages: 9 See in other languages: 9 Languages: 9 (ar) آي واي واي في متحف بول كلي (de) Ai Weiwei im Zentrum Paul Klee (es) Ai Weiwei en el Zentrum Paul Klee (fr) Ai WeiWei au Centre Paul Klee (it) Ai Weiwei al Museo Paul Klee (ja) ベルンのアイウェイウェイ (pt) Ai Weiwei em Berna (ru) Ай Вэйвэй в Центре Пауля Клее (zh) 艾未未来瑞士 Ai Weiwei told the assembled media about a documentary film he is making on the migrant crisis. He has over 600 hours of footage and around 100 interviews.(Pictures:Dahai Shao, swissinfo.ch) Ai Weiwei is a keen user of Instagram, telling a press conference: “What made me today is the internet”. “Death of Marat” (2011) by He Xiangyu. A depiction of Ai Weiwei from the “Chinese Whispers” joint show at the Zentrum Paul Klee and Kunstmuseum Bern. The exhibition features works from Swiss collector Uli Sigg. The former Swiss ambassador to China has the world’s biggest collection of contemporary Chinese art. Ai Weiwei and Jacques Herzog of the Swiss star architecture firm Herzog & de Meuron were reunited for a panel discussion in Bern on the role of architecture in China. The two previously collaborated on the Bird’s Nest Olympic stadium, among others. Moderator Martin Meyer led a discussion between artist Ai Weiwei, architect Jacques Herzog and collector Uli Sigg. All three are involved in a new museum in Hong Kong opening in 2019 showcasing some of the Sigg collection.