Art for Everybody

Director: Morgan Neville

Institute History

  • 2021 Catalyst Forum


Thomas Kinkade's pastoral landscapes made him the most collected painter of all time—and the most despised. Following his shocking death, his family discovers a vault of never-before-seen paintings that upend his entire image, revealing a multifaceted artist whose life and work embodies the divide between the two Americas.

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