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Why Did One Museum Remove Immigrant Artwork?

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News video: Why Did One Museum Remove Immigrant Artwork?Wellesley College's Davis Museum in Massachusetts has removed or covered dozens of artworks produced by immigrant artists or donated by foreign-born collectors to show their contribution to culture in the United States. The Art-Less project has removed or covered 120 works of art. Museum Director Lisa Fischman says the project demonstrates the loss society would experience without the gifts of immigrant artists and collectors.

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