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I can't believe that no one stepped up to correct this wrong (okay, maybe I can which is worse!).
Because of the disdain the museums showed Barnes, he bequeathed that his works would never be transported from their home at his estate in Upper Merion, Pennsylvania.
In my view this statement summarizes the essence and the great sadness of this documentary film: THE ART OF THE STEAL.
a bit one sided ...easy to see who wanted the documentary made. Meanwhile, clearly the testamentary intent of
Barnes was not honored
If you leave something of value your relatives will fight over it. If you leave something of great wealth than people you never met will fight to get their hands on it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by mahituna
I live in the area and I have followed this " legal " dispute from the beginning. I have visited the original location both B4 and after the parking restrictions. Read morePublished 1 month ago by bemsa
A fascinating documentary. I thoroughly enjoyed the story, but I'm not sure what it means for public art galleries.Published 1 month ago by Raymond Boyle
very happy to learn about this collection. very sad to learn of its saga.Published 3 months ago by K. Triandafilou
An extremely opinionated and biased account of the facts. The film ignores and glosses over why the Barnes Foundation sought to move the collection. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
A great documentary on the Barnes collection. A collection valued in the billions, the documentary focuses on the way the collection is being cared for and how the public can view. Read morePublished 3 months ago by C. Clemons