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Artists Dodge Censorship in Myanmar

Artist and former political detainee Htein Lin talks to Art Radar Asia and discusses Myanmar's current art scene and politics:

For visual art exhibitions, there are still some censors. Some artists [have stopped] inviting the censors from the Information Ministry, so now there are some art exhibitions without censorship but some art galleries keep inviting them. I am disappointed that they are still doing this.

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