Springtime in Tehran

Interview

Saturday, May 15, 2004

This spring in Iran, a country under strict authoritarian rule, an exhibit of 20th century British sculpture arrived at the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art. Kurt talks with Wall Street Journal writer Melik Kaylan about the exhibit and other hopeful signs of a progressive cultural shift in Iran, where religious clerics regularly censor art and music and literature.

Guests:

Melik Kaylan

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