CULTURE & ARTS
06/11/2012 06:11 pm ET Updated Aug 11, 2012

Atelier Art's Moving Story About The Priceless Barnes Collection

Hal Jones was a young, long-haired sculptor with a lot of nerve when he showed up with some of his creations at the Philadelphia Museum of Art around 1979.

Lucky for him, he did not storm off when the late Anne d'Harnoncourt, the museum's then-director, made more of a fuss over the packaging around his works than the sculptures themselves.

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