The short answer is probably not under US law but we’re not sure under Canadian law.

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Hrag Vartanian

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  1. An easy (if somewhat difficult to enforce) fix would be for artists to apply a legal license to their work under which the artist reserves the right to withdraw the work from exhibitions that are censored due to political pressure. Some artists already use such licenses to dictate how their work must be exhibited, why not extend them to address political context.

    Of course, using such a license might earn you the dreaded “difficult to work with” label.

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