Zehra Dogan, a Kurdish artist who spent almost two years in a Turkish prison, is shining a light on Kurdish feminism with a daring Istanbul exhibition of works she created while behind bars. Her work has never been displayed in Turkey even though it has drawn international plaudits. Dorian Jones reports from Istanbul. A warning to our viewers – this report contains strong graphic content, so viewer discretion is advised.
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