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Audio slideshow: Art and politics in China

As China marks the 60th anniversary of Communist rule, Katie Hill, Senior Lecturer in Contemporary Chinese Art at the University of Westminster in London, looks at how art has moved from the realm of propaganda to the international marketplace.

Propaganda posters courtesy University of Westminster.
Photographs courtesy Getty Images. Music courtesy KPM Music.
Slideshow production by Michael Dobie. Publication date 29 September 2009.


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