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How the art world is grappling with #MeToo

  • Aired: 02/01/2018
  • 10:41
  • Rating: NR
Chuck Close is famous for his large-scale portraits in contemporary art museums across the world. But recent allegations of sexual harassment have prompted museums to postpone an exhibition and remove his work. It's yet another flashpoint in a national reckoning over abuse, and how we reevaluate the art of those accused. William Brangham sits down with Kim Sajet of the National Portrait Gallery.
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The #MeToo movement has forced the country to take a second look at art.
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