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Artwork highlights Thailand's polarized politics

Works such as this one referring to former Thai leaders Thaksin Shinawatra and his sister Yingluck have prompted fierce criticism of Thai contemporary artist Sutee Kunavichyanont's political views. (Photo courtesy of the artist)

BANGKOK -- When whistle-blowing anti-government protesters took to the streets of Bangkok from late 2013, among their number were a group of local artists who channeled their collective creativity into raising money for the protest movement.

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