As the U.S. and Cuba restore diplomatic ties, artists in Cuba continue to face censorship by a socialist government.

When artist Tania Bruguera attempted to stage a performance art piece in December in response to the announcement of a reopening of diplomatic relations with the U.S., she was stopped and detained. She had no problem organizing the same performance in 2009.

Other artists are said to censor themselves, keeping in mind what will fly and what will not with the Cuban government. “It’s kind of sad when you have to conform it to just a little moment of complicity,” Brugera said...



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