“It’s hard to imagine what Peggy Guggenheim might have wished for when she blew out the candles on a birthday cake. She had all the money in the world, collected the era’s most significant art, was surrounded by fascinating people, and lived, literally, in a palace…”
A new documentary sheds light on the 20th century’s most famous art collector.
All that glitters is not gold. There’s also the gleam of silver, the glint of polished steel, the shimmer of fine silk and the sheen of oil paint on a priceless Renaissance masterpiece…
Check out my preview story and interview with guest curator Gary Radke about the upcoming High Museum exhibition Habsburg Splendor: Masterpieces from Vienna’s Imperial Collections in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The story will appear in the paper October 18.
Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution is a new documentary by filmmaker Stanley Nelson Jr. that takes a look at the Black Panthers movement of the 1960s and ’70s. The film opens October 9 at Landmark Midtown Cinema in Atlanta. I reviewed the film for Burnaway.