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China China, Zhu Wei, 2003 on loan from The Gateway Foundation.

The 6-ft-tall bronze sculpture features two ancient Chinese tomb-like figures cast in bronze. It is displayed in the Terminal 1 ticketing level lounge, which features a live plant wall, a water feature and new art display cases.

The Beijing-born artist, Zhu Wei, is well known for his ink paintings, engravings and sculpture. He established his art studio, Zhu Wei Art Den in 1993.  His work has been exhibited in Hong Kong, Singapore, Beijing, New York, Los Angeles, Brussels, Miami, Paris, Madrid and Chicago, among other cities.

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