USA - 2015 - 97 MINUTES - 5.1
A FILM BY LISA IMMORDINO VREELAND

Lisa Immordino Vreeland follows up her acclaimed debut "Diana Vreeland: The Eye has to Travel" with PEGGY GUGGENHEIM: ART ADDICT.

A colourful character who was not only ahead of her time but helped to define it, Peggy Guggenheim was an heiress to her family fortune who became a central figure in the modern art movement. As she moved through the cultural upheaval of the 20th century,she collected not only art, but artists. 

Her colourful personal history included such figures as Samuel Beckett, Max Ernst, Jackson Pollock, Alexander Calder, Marcel Duchamp as well as countless others. While fighting through personal tragedy, she maintained her vision to build one of the most important collections of modern art, now enshrined in her Venetian palazzo. 
 

Featuring: Jean Dubuffet, Marcel Duchamp, Max Ernst, Alberto Giacometti, Arshile Gorky, Vasil Kandinsky, Paul Klee, Willem de Kooning, Fernand Leger, Rene Magritte, Man Ray, Jean Miro, Piet Mondrian, Henry Moore, Robert Motherwell, Pablo Picasso, Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko, Kurt Schwitters, Gino Severini, Clyfford Still and Yves Tanguy

 

Please Credit: Roloff Beny / Courtesy of National Archives of Canada, "Courtesy of the Peggy Gugggenheim Collection Archives, Venice".
 

 

"a vivid picture of a vivacious woman who blazed her own path from beginning to end."
The Montreal Gazette

"A provocative glimpse into one of Modern Art’s most eccentric and overlooked visionaries"
Mashumashu

"a fascinating woman who defined and assembled the premier collection of 20th century modern art."
The Suburban

Peggy Guggenheim: Doc shows the life of art collector and patron
The Globe & Mail

Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict review: A life worthy of your time
The National Post

"a fascinating subject"
NOW Magazine

"will thrill art lovers"
The Star

"a woman who helped to shape the artist world as we know it today"
Way Too Indie

"an unrestrained and truthful look into Guggenheim"
Wylie Writes

New film offers intimate look at Peggy Guggenheim
Metro