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THE MANY DEATHS OF A PAINTING (AUDIO/WEB)

When Barnett Newman’s painting Who’s Afraid of Red, Yellow and Blue III was placed in the Stedelijk Museum it was meant to be provocative, but one reaction that it received was so intense, so violent, it set off a chain of events that shook the art world to its core.

Aired on 99% Invisible. March 2019.

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