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

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 of the pieces have pornographic content. Representatives of the Russian Orthodox Church claim the exhibition is an insult to followers of the faith. How provocative can contemporary art really be? Should creativity and self-expression be stymied by public opinion? Marat Gelman, a gallery owner and Sergey Chapnin, Editor of The Church Herald newspaper, are on Spotlight to tell us more .

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