What legacy do museums in the countries of formerly repressive political regimes deal with and what future do they face?

author: Lisette Lagnado
published: Oct. 11, 2010,   recorded: May 2009,   views: 29
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Museums in countries that used to be relatively isolated seem especially interested in including their local art in the broader international context. How can this international context - always specific, yet also global and, at the same time, subsumed in a given international region, such as Eastern Europe or South America - be problematized?

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