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The Art of the Steal

Lack of Clear Vision, Viewpoint Handcuffs ‘The Art of the Steal’

Albert C. Barnes in "The Art of the Steal"

CHICAGO – Remember the golden rule? Those who have the gold makes the rules. An illustration of this point is in the new documentary “The Art of the Steal,” a stark reminder of territorial power regarding a valuable art collection.

Interview: Director Don Argott Chronicles ‘The Art of the Steal’

CHICAGO – “The Art of the Steal” is a very telling title. The “art” refers to a multi-billion dollar cache in Philadelphia and the “steal” refers to the powerful government, societal and territorial forces that desire the art. Director Don Argott made the documentary.

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