"Fei Xiaosheng, an organizer of the Third Incidental Art Festival gestures in front of the wall left blank in support of detained artist-activist Ai Weiwei, during the opening ceremony in Beijing June 1, 2011. Organisers of an art show in the Chinese capital have left an empty space on a gallery wall for detained artist-activist Ai Weiwei in a rare gesture of open defiance over the case. The exhibition comes at an especially sensitive time, as China braces for Saturday's 22nd anniversary of the government's deadly mobilization of the military to clear pro-democracy protests focused on Tiananmen Square in 1989.…" --REUTERS/Petar Kujundzic
"Lin Bing and Fei Xiaosheng were called in for questioning by police Wednesday evening after the opening of their photography exhibit, an employee at the CCD300 Modern Art and Design Center said Thursday.
Lin Bing has already returned, but Fei has yet to be in contact The organizing artists of a Beijing art show who reserved a blank gallery wall with a small name tag as a show of support for detained artist-activist Ai Weiwei have been detained by police and their exhibit was shut down.
"Lin Bing has already returned, but Fei has yet to be in contact. The gallery is still open, but the photos have already been taken down," the woman named Yang said. "
She said gallery owner Shi Yong had not been detained, and it was unclear if Fei was still being questioned by police.
The two artists' mobile phones were turned off Thursday.