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Marat Gelman, a gallery owner and Sergey Chapnin, Editor of The Church Herald newspaper

An Exhibition called - "Prohibited Art - 2006" has recently opened in Moscow. Many critics and experts say that some displays contain pornographic and harassment components. Representatives of the Russian Orthodox Church declared that the exhibition is an insult to the feelings of the believers. How provocative can Contemporary Art be, and are there limits for creative self-expression? To answer these and other questions the guests in the studio are Gallery owner Marat Gelman and the Head of Research Centre "Church in the information society" - Sergey Chapnin.