RT published this video item, entitled “OnlyArts – your go-to ‘app’ for uncensored dose of culture” – below is their description.
With museums closed due to the pandemic, and social media banning explicit works of art, we imagined a world where you could take an uninterrupted sip of culture in an all-you-can-see buffet for only the truest of fans
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Freedom over censorship, truth over narrative.
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