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"A documentary for people who like Monet, money or both." - London Evening Standard

Art, Design & Architecture. "Rather than lament the pervasive influence of money on contemporary art, The Price of Everything examines the relationship between commerce and aesthetics from different angles.The sale and resale of work by living and recently dead artists is a multibillion-dollar market, which bothers some people more t

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Irish-American architect Kevin Roche is an enigma. He reached the top of his profession, but had little interest in celebrity. Despite a lifetime of acclaimed work, he had no intention of ever retiring.

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"The engrossing subject of this documentary, 88-year-old photographer and artist Jay Maisel, is a passionate collector with a special fondness for everyday objects. "Objects are there for you only if you really see them," Maisel explains to filmmaker Stephen Wilkes, who is also his former intern.

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"A tour through Winogrand's unique sensibility and a changing America, the film charts a career now enshrined in the canon of photography but which was, like most artists' lives, more difficult in the living." - Burnaway

Art, Design, Achitecture. "Thirty years after the Museum of Modern Art’s posthumous 1988 retrospective of the work of photographer Garry Winogrand comes Garry Winogrand: All Things Are Photographable, is a balanced and deeply satisfying documentary assessment of the late photographer’s work.

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