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New Exhibition At The Barnes Spotlights Thought-Provoking Art In Public Spaces

Throughout the 20th century, some of the world’s most socially engaged artists used their cities as their muse, foraging clues from their surroundings so that they could tell the good, bad and even ugly stories of our metropolises as they evolved throughout the Industrial Age and beyond.

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