A lighter, softer censorship in Vietnam

Country's first government-approved nude photography exhibit was a watershed moment in a gradual easing of state control on certain art forms

Ho Chi Minh City, October 14, 2017 10:00 AM (UTC+8)
A photo from Vietnamese photographer Hao Nhien's recent Tao Tuc exhibit held in Ho Chi Minh City. The nude exhibit was viewed as a watershed in the long-running tussle between state censors and artists. Photo: Courtesy of Hao Nhien
A photo from Vietnamese photographer Hao Nhien's recent Tao Tuc exhibit held in Ho Chi Minh City. The nude exhibit was viewed as a watershed in the long-running tussle between state censors and artists. Photo: Courtesy of Hao Nhien
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