Renowned documentary filmmaker Nathaniel Kahn introduces his riveting and revealing documentary, The Price of Everything, about the obsessive characters engaged in the labyrinthian contemporary art market - collectors, dealers, auctioneers and artists, all caught up in a commercial maelstrom. Nathaniel Kahn was nominated for an Academy Award for My Architect, a film about his famous father, Louis Kahn. The film is immediately followed by a panel discussion, included with the film’s ticket price.
What does a panel of experts think about an art world culture that seems to know “the price of everything and the value of nothing?”
Chair: Stuart Bennett, antiquarian bookseller and former Christie’s (London) and Sotheby’s (New York) auctioneer; Panelists: Nathaniel Kahn, Angela Mack, Executive Director of the Gibbes Museum of Art, and Deborah Gage, London based art dealer.