Indonesia modern art museum challenges intolerance

Indonesian modern art has been gaining acclaim abroad, but the new museum's administrators hope to show off to a domestic audience.

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    Indonesia's first international modern art museum has opened.

    At a time of rising intolerance and self-censorship, it's attracting thousands of art-hungry visitors and exposing them to works that are often deemed too controversial.

    Al Jazeera's Step Vaessen reports from Jakarta.


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