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Next month, audiences in the US will get their first chance to see the work of Korean painter and satirist Song Byeok, a former North Korean propaganda artist who turned his state-sponsored talents against the repressive state.

Twenty of Song’s colorful acrylic paintings — including six not yet seen by the public — will be showing from February 17 to 26 at The Goat Farm visual and performing arts center in Atlanta.


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