Don’t Touch the Art 

Art of the Steal Directed by Don Argott At the center of this gripping documentary about the relocation of the Barnes Foundation from Lower Merion, Pennsylvania, to downtown Philadelphia are much larger and ultimately unanswerable questions about art and history. Beginning, as…

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