Ai Weiwei

Ai Weiwei

Odyssey Poster, 2017

Medium: Offset in black and white. Published for public art fund
Dimensions: 91.5 x 60.9 cm (35.685 x 23.751 in)
Edition: 1000
Signed: Not numbered

Ships from


3 SnapFacts about Ai Weiwei:

*His 2 gold-plated animal head sculptures set his auction record of £2.8m ($4.3m). Ai Weiwei’s previous auction record of $1.2m (£735,000) was set by Map of China in 2018.

*Ai Weiwei’s works are held in the collections of Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and Museum of Modern Art in New York, among others.

*Ai Weiwei is a heavy metal musician. His most recent album was titled “The Divine Comedy” and he has released two singles on his YouTube Channel. The video for the first single, “Dumbass” is a dramatisation of the artist’s arbitrary 81-day detention in 2011. His second, “Laoma Tihua” is filmed in the style of a hidden camera and documents several instances of dubious police behaviour.


This artwork has been sold. We may be able to secure another one so please enquire below.

Enquire about artwork
Enquire about this artwork

Fill in your details below and we'll check availability for you. We aim to respond within one business day. You can also reach us at

  • Should be Empty:

Why buy from ArtSnap?

Top artists

We only offer art by established contemporary and modern artists.

Artworks you will love, by the artists you know. We’ll help you discover new favourites along the way.

Carefully vetted sellers

All of our sellers are carefully vetted, right down to bank-level verification checks.

You can trust the galleries, artists, publishers and collectors who sell with ArtSnap.

Transparent pricing

No hidden buyer’s premiums or extra charges. 

Going direct gives our buyers access to rare and desirable works at low prices.

Always here to help

Buying art can be a big decision so our team is on hand to help.  We organise shipping and insurance to your door and can assist with framing too.

Any questions? Contact us via live chat, email or phone 10am - 6pm weekdays.