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Myanmar artists enjoy increasingly free expression

Myanmar artists enjoy increasingly free expression

Updated 5 April 2013, 20:52 AEDT

Under Myanmar's military dictatorship, art, like the media, was subject to widespread government censorship.

But as Mynamar opens democratically, galleries and artists are pushing the boundaries and occupying the new spaces of relatively free expression.

Reporter: Janak Rogers

Speakers: Aung Soe Min, Pansodan gallery; Aye Ko, Owner, New Zero gallery; Thada Nyo, artist

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