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Aichi Triennale’s controversial exhibition will be restaged in Taiwan

According to the Art Newspaper report, the exhibition After ‘Freedom of Expression?’ organized as part of the Aichi Triennale which caused controversy (see our exclusive report HERE) last year will be re-staged this Spring in Taiwan, the Taipei Museum of Contemporary Art announced.

Along with many of the original pieces, the Taipei reiteration entitled Non-Freedom of Expression “will include Taiwanese music, plays, literature and art that had been previously censored in Taiwan,” says the museum’s director Li-Chen Loh. It will notably include Kim Seo-kyung and Kim Eun-sung’s Statue of Peace (2011) which is believed to be at the origin of the conflict in Aichi. Stay tuned to BF Magazine for more updates on this story.

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