Copy of ‘The Price of Everything’ Review: Dirty Business

Copy of ‘The Price of Everything’ Review: Dirty Business

SLATE - “Kurt Andersen talks with Amy Cappellazzo of Sotheby’s and filmmaker Nathaniel Kahn about the art market and Kahn’s new documentary, The Price of Everything.”

‘The Price of Everything’ Review: Dirty Business

‘The Price of Everything’ Review: Dirty Business

WALL STREET JOURNAL - “But not everything worth saying needs to be articulated in this highly polished documentary—a beautiful piece of representational art, as it happens.”

Review: In a Clear-Eyed Way, 'The Price of Everything' Shows How The Art World's Financial Sausage Is Made

Review: In a Clear-Eyed Way, 'The Price of Everything' Shows How The Art World's Financial Sausage Is Made

L.A. TIMES - “Kahn is a quiet filmmaker, and he gently prods his sources to go beyond the typical art world hyperbole of ‘gorgeous’ and ‘wonderful.’ And in a cool, clear-eyed way, he reveals how the $400-million sausage is made, how capitalism has turned art from idea into inventory.”

'The Price of Everything' Draws Back The Curtain on The Art World

'The Price of Everything' Draws Back The Curtain on The Art World

FINANCIAL TIMES - “Relying on the producers’ exceptional access — particularly Stockman’s — [Nathaniel] Kahn conducted the interviews. ‘I was not inside that world the way she was,’ Kahn says. ‘Sometimes I felt like Alice going down the rabbit hole.’”

Interview: Nathaniel Kahn on the Art of Making 'The Price of Everything'

Interview: Nathaniel Kahn on the Art of Making 'The Price of Everything'

MOVEABLEFEST - “The Price of Everything is well aware of the absurdity inherent in the culture it’s capturing, with no less than Gerhard Richter wondering aloud if one of his paintings should cost more than a house or doubling back to the Guggenheim to question whether a golden toilet, concocted by Maurizio Cattelan as a criticism of excess, actually merits a place there.”