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Italian city challenges China Opening an exhibition by an artist who disagrees.




A provocative exhibit by the dissident Chinese artist Badiucao opened on Saturday in the northern Italian city of Brescia. Despite pressure from the Chinese embassy in Rome to cancel the exhibit Letter from the Embassy Addressing hidden economic threats By specifying the trade between Italy and China. to defend the first solo performance by Badiucao, a pseudonym used by the artist whose work is aimed at Chinese policy and human rights record.Emilio del Bono, Mayor of Brescia “Respond with delicacy and determination,” said Elettra Stambulis, curator of the exhibition at the city's Santa Julian Museum.

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Of course we are always a little worried. More or less for the safety of the artist. But because we know there are more creepy ways to silence disapproving artists,After previous attempts at a solo show in Hong Kong were canceled under pressure, Badiucao said he was "proud and happy" that the Brescia exhibition was finally open to the public.Because my art has always focused on human rights issues in China ... it made me almost my number 1 enemy,” Badiucao said. they harass me harass my family intimidating people who work with me all the time That's why,

for me, it's really difficult to have an exhibition in an established gallery. or a museum like this.The exhibition, which runs until Feb. 13, traces Badiucao's artistic career from its inception to the latest work created in response to the health crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, former assistant of Ai Weiwei. Berlin-based Chinese dissident artist, Badiucau currently exiles from Australia.

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