BARCELONA, SPAIN.-Thirty-five African wooden sculptures were stolen from the building of the Folch Foundation in Barcelona. The thieves stole the sculptures during a weekend from the building that houses more than 4,000 ethnic art objects from all over the world. The stolen works could be worth several million euros in the market. The collection was gathered by the late Albert Folch-Rusiñol especially during the sixties and the seventies and was not open to the public. An appointment had to be made to see the collection but visits are now suspended temporarily. The thieves did not cause any damage and appeared to have a very good idea of what they wanted to take. They opened the African display cabinet and selected the most beautiful and expensive works. The theft took place on between the afternoon of April 8 and the morning of April 11. The museum lacks security measures or cameras. There are no guards for protection. According to some sources, the collection is not insured.