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Honourable Minister Mr. Cai Wu
Ministry of Culture of the People’s Republic of China


The International Curators Association (IKT) is astonished by the detainment of world renowned Chinese artist Ai Weiwei and would like to voice an official protest against this. We appeal to the Chinese government to release Ai Weiwei immediately and to inform the global community about the circumstances concerning his arrest. The detention of artists is inconsistent with the Chinese government’s pledge, through the Ministry of Culture, to promote all artistic disciplines and to advance artistic ideas. Furthermore, it is also inconsistent with China’s commitment to the fundamental freedoms guaranteed in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and in China’s own constitution.


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