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CNN’s ‘On China’: Talk about censoring contemporary art

14 May 2013

“Which topics can you not talk about as an artist?” asks Kristie Lu Stout, host of the American tv-channel CNN’s programme ‘On China’, talking with guests in the studio about censorship of contemporary art in China.

In this 2-minute excerpt from the programme, Wang Chunchen, curator of China Pavilion in Venice Biennale 2013, replies with giving many examples of what a Chinese artist cannot paint, while Meg Maggio, founder of Pekin Fine Arts, talks about how the Chinese artists’ push for increased artistic freedom of expression.

Published on YouTube.com on 13 May 2013.

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