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Artist arbitrarily detained again
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Art across borders
Suzana Stojadinović

Freemuse spoke with the Serbian painter on her experience of cancelled exhibition due to cross border issues.
The exhibition of the Suzana Stojadinović scheduled to be open in Mitrovica at the Gallery of the Serbian Faculty of Arts was cancelled because the artist was not allowed to bring her artworks across the border. 
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Gallery of Censored Art
This month we introduce you to the Gallery of Censored Art. The gallery aims to reclaim the space for artists that has been lost through various means of censorship. The newest addition feature works from painter Suzana Stojadinovic and visual artist Rebecca Goyette.  
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DEFENDING ARTISTIC EXPRESSION IN EUROPE
Freemuse has now a presence in Brussels as part of our effort to raise the profile of artistic freedom in Europe supported by Swedish Postcode Foundation. Our work gathers speed as the EU announced its new mandate to new MEPs and new President of the European Commission. 
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reemuse's latest report Security, Creativity, Tolerance and their Co-existence: The New European Agenda on Freedom of Artistic Expression outlines how European governments carry the legal responsibility to respect, protect and fulfil obligations to artistic freedom.
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