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Seven Sins: 7 Performances during 1989 China Avant-Garde Art Exhibition 2016
Description: In 1989, a group of avant-garde artists who had collaborated in personal for years received permission to organize their own exhibition at the National Art Museum of China. However, one of the terms was to exclude performance artists from participating. The seven artists who were left out took action. At the opening ceremony, their lives changed as the sounds of gunfire rang out.
Released: 12 Mar 2016 Director: Wen Pulin Writers: Zang Honghua, Wen Pulin Actors: Wang Deren, Zang Honghua, Wang Lang, Xiao Lu Genres: Documentary
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