A woman walks her dogs near the ‘Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads’ installation by Ai Weiwei, the Chinese activist and artist, which is on display in front of the National Gallery in Prague, Czech Republic, February 5th 2016. Ai Weiwei has wrapped the twelve bronze animal heads with thermal blankets to highlight the situation of migrants coming to Europe. Credit: AP/Petr David Josek

Donations of LEGO bricks are left in a car as part of Chinese artist Ai Weiwei’s appeal for LEGO bricks at The Royal Academy of Arts in London on November 9th 2015. Collection points have been set up around the world by the artist after the Danish toy company LEGO refused to sell Ai Weiwei a bulk order of bricks for his upcoming art installation at the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne, Australia. Credit:Getty Images/ Ben Pruchnie

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