The art made to be destroyed
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The art made to be destroyed

For more than a year, a giant work by artist Linn Meyers was displayed on the circular walls of the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington DC.

But instead of being moved to another museum, it was painted over, never to be seen again. How did art fans react to it?

Video by Felicia Barr and Bill McKenna

  • 30 Sep 2017
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