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Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict honors its subject with an appropriately absorbing overview of her fascinating life and enduring legacy.
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There's an essential sweetness to "Art Addict," despite its ribald tales and rich settings. Peggy Guggenheim simply loved art.
In putting together her documentary about Peggy Guggenheim, Lisa Immordino Vreeland displayed the tenacity of a truffle hound.
This is an extraordinary story: I was on the edge of my seat.
Richly informative and fascinating ...
As this film's engrossing character study makes clear, this woman of extraordinary tastes and appetites was ahead of her time, in more ways than one.
She gave her life to the art, but she kept her love for herself. And as the title implies, neither may have been a choice.
Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict is just as diverse and spectacular as Ms. Guggenheim herself was.
A fascinating account of an extraordinary life, defined by the process of accumulation and the unknown value of objects, which was lived amidst the great art and artists of the 20th century.
Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict brings some balance to Guggenheim's spectacular bio. While listing off the many men - and occasional women - Guggenheim slept with, this documentary amply demonstrates that her one true love was art.
A brisk, neatly constructed look behind the life of the late heiress who became one of the twentieth century's most proficient wheelers and dealers at the top end of the art market, collecting art, but also artists along the way.
As Vreeland's diligent documentary makes clear, Guggenheim was an artist of sorts, too: she created her extraordinary self.
Peggy Guggenheim became an art addict, yes, but she was also a bit of a sex addict, according to those who knew her, many of them speaking kindly but frankly about her dual addiction
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