"Herb & Dorothy"

Wednesday, June 03, 2009

Director Megumi Sasaki and Herbert and Dorothy Vogel join us to talk about the award-winning documentary "Herb & Dorothy," about how the couple was able to amass one of the most important collections of contemporary art in history on two modest salaries. "Herb & Dorothy" opens June 5 at Cinema Village and at the Beekman Theater.


Megumi Sasaki
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Comments [3]


Honest question, Leonard:

If--like you say on the show--you want a Sol LeWiit in your bathroom, why not just do one?

A Sol LeWitt is sold as a series of instructions to be executed by someone else. Why not just look at the instructions for a piece and execute it?

Jun. 03 2009 11:34 PM
Suda Ratan from NYC

Please stop asking such long questions and try to let their personalities come out--they seem like such fascinating people. Thanks.

Jun. 03 2009 01:39 PM
Laura from NYC

Please ask about art dealers-- Some general advice from collectors.

-- Some "Do's and Don'ts" for art dealers who want to sell to good collectors.

Any examples of good or bad that dealers did?

I'm not looking for names, just general wisdom.


Jun. 03 2009 12:27 PM

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