OCAT Shanghai Shuts Down after Sexist Showing Sparks Outrage

Independent art space OCAT Shanghai has closed indefinitely amid a firestorm of anger ignited by its display of Song Ta’s 2013 work Uglier and Uglier. The seven-plus-hour video is made up of surreptitiously

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