Janis said that her artistic ambition was to be true to herself. If you’re wondering about the provocative word “addict” in the movie’s title. Unlike the recent movie about the Beach Boys, Love and Mercy, which had an inspiring and extensive soundtrack of true Beach Boy tunes, this film relies more on commentary and quotes, such as those above. Let’s go back to: Peggy made a trailblazing transition in her collection and patronage – from surrealist painting, anchored in WWI, to abstract expressionist painting, anchored in WWII – bridging the divide between Europe and America, and she took the art world with her. She really gave you a piece of her heart.”. Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict offers a rare look into Guggenheim’s world: blending the abstract, the colorful, the surreal and the salacious, to portray a life that was as complex and unpredictable as the artwork Peggy revered and the artists she pushed forward." T he career of socialite, collector, patron and salonnière Peggy Guggenheim must be the most mind-bogglingly eventful in the history of 20th-century art. The first important thing the filmmaker Lisa Immordino Vreeland tells you in her captivating new documentary “Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict” is that Guggenheim gave her last interview in 1978/79 to her biographer Jacqueline B. Weld, who was working on an authorized biography, “Peggy: The Wayward Guggenheim.” The interview was audio recorded but the tapes were thought lost. But the comparison between Peggy and Janis is more surprisingly and offers a different type of angle. Let’s just take three examples from the many artists that Peggy helped introduce to the world, who are now recognized as modern art’s greatest talents (a list very swiftly breezed over in the film): Her first gallery, in London, Guggenheim Jeune, began in 1938, steered by the advice of her friend, Duchamp, who introduced her to artists and helped organize shows. I thought it (Bird in Space) would be cheaper.”. Solomon Guggenheim, he of the Guggenheim Foundation and museums, was an uncle. I don’t know what I’d do without him.”. In both cases, the women’s indelicate and unconventional looks pushed them to explore new ways of defining themselves and gaining acceptance. They reveled in these attachments; they lived in them. Big Brother and the Holding Company’s appearance at the now-legendary Monterey Pop Festival in 1967 received immense acclaim – particularly for their version (Joplin’s) of “Ball and Chain.” Janis’ wild style and raw, gutsy sound blew the collective mind of the audience. That said, Peggy was not poor. Lisa Immordino Vreeland follows up her acclaimed debut "Diana Vreeland: The Eye has to Travel" with PEGGY GUGGENHEIM: ART ADDICT. I happened to see Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict, a documentary about famed art-collector Peggy Guggenheim, directed by Lisa Immordino Vreeland, back-to-back with Janis: Little Girl Blue, a documentary about rock-and-roll star Janis Joplin, directed by Amy Berg. You will be highly entertained and hardly even notice that you are also being educated.]. It’s horrible to get old. She was a character, unique, fearless, a force. And all these sensational details of Peggy’s sexual compulsions are relevant because…? As Pollock rose to prominence, Peggy felt sidelined. While some critics are questioning this film’s gossipy chatter about Peggy’s sex life, Helen is Highly concerned about the film’s continuous insinuation that Peggy was “perhaps” a dilettante who was molded by the men around her rather than a true guiding force in defining what we now call Modern Art. - artblog editor, An Ongoing Conversation about Art and Community in Philadelphia and the World, dropped her children off the roof of a 13-story building, Susan Nam's Philadelphia street photography, Procession: The Art of Norman Lewis at PAFA, Talking about ‘Taking Space’ with Brittany Webb and Jodi Throckmorton of Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Celebrating Jonathan Lyndon Chase in a 2017 Artblog Radio interview, and elsewhere, Shop local, shop artists this holiday season, a short list. Guggenheim truly was an art addict. Whoever first had the notion that a certain genre might have potential, is mostly irrelevant; history belongs to the one who Highly Devoted herself to it, who pursued the outlandish, developed the bizarre, and brought them to fruition. Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict will be screened as part of the Cork Film Festival, 4.15pm, tomorrow Wednesday, … ), Yet, there was no precedence for women working in the art world; this was Peggy’s own liberation. Whether you are a fan of modern art or music, or just someone who couldn’t get in to whatever else is playing, Helen Highly suggests you see either or both films. The film’s 97 minutes fly by and at the end you might like to stay and see it again. Movie review of “Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict”: A remarkably intimate documentary about the famous art dealer and mentor to Jackson Pollock. Directed by Lisa Immordino Vreeland. In San Francisco, Joplin hooked up with Big Brother and the Holding Company, and it wasn’t long before she assumed a leadership role in the band, where she became a pioneer of psychedelic rock. In Little Girl Blue, we learn that Janis Joplin made a similarly significant transition from folk to blues to rock. Peggy had a lot of tragedy in her life. She had affairs with many of the artists in her collection, and in the movie you hear her talk frankly about her sex life. (Tribeca Film Festival) And what makes this biographical film really special, like I said at the top, is the smart, sassy commentary of the woman, her voice strong, even at age 80, giving the hint of the incredible drive of her personality. The companion album, Janis: Little Girl Blue (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), is on sale now. “I got advice from artists. While some critics are questioning this film’s gossipy chatter about Peggy’s sex life, Helen is Highly concerned about the film’s continuous insinuation that Peggy was “perhaps” a dilettante who was molded by the men around her rather than a true guiding force in defining what we now call Modern Art. The Peggy Guggenheim documentary is actually titled Art Addict, and in it Peggy herself says “I became an addict and couldn’t help it” (and she’s maybe 1/3 joking). Janis Joplin was teased mercilessly by the boys in grade school, and as a cruel joke in college, the student newspaper named her “Ugliest Man on Campus.” She is described in the film as being “profoundly hurt, over and over.”. 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Well, bed-hopping with artists + sexist backlash = damaged reputation. Neither film will win a Best Documentary award, because they cannot escape being dressed-up biopics, but if you care about art or artists, you will want to look into the lives of these women. Peggy Guggenheim’s voice, martini-dry, looking back at her life at age 80, fills the movie with a delicious tartness that confirms the comments of a dozen or more art world insiders featured in the film.She was a character, unique, fearless, a force. And Helen Highly suggests that the least we can do, as recipients of their greatness and inheritors of their legacies – Janis Joplin’s “Piece of My Heart” and all the soul-searching music that has been inspired by it since, and the war-and-peace-making avant garde art that Peggy Guggenheim nurtured and saved and promoted and shared, and all that came after and was inspired by those works… the least we can do is remember them with appropriate respect and appreciation, and without judging with our traditional conventions and morality. (The identical words are used in both films.) Peggy Guggenheim Art Addict(Movie Movie: Life Is Art 2016) Opening on 03-09-2016 . (She collected both art and artists.) Nina Simone, whom Joplin highly admired, said that “Janis became an addict because she got hooked into a thing, and it wasn’t drugs. (It was under their skin.) Synopsis. “Art Addict” is a beautiful movie, from the arty, ab-ex credits to the archival photographs and film footage from Peggy’s long life (1898-1979). In the film, Peggy calls herself a “lost girl,” looking for something to fill her life. Remembering the epic life of Peggy Guggenheim, a great collector of works of art and men, who was also the wife of Max Ernst, the mistress of Duchamp and Beckett, and her tastes – from Brancusi to Jackson Pollock – shaped the history of art in the 20th century. She discovered new artists who were thinking and working in new ways, and she funded them and encouraged them and presented them to the world. Her gallery didn’t make money, and she closed it a year later, with the new idea of creating a museum of modern art. This makes her a noble figure – a savior of art and artists, even if she was a lonely lady with a disastrous romantic life. She was a kind of collector that never existed before. Visually lush, it incorporates lots of vintage film clips and recent interviews with the likes of Larry Gagosian, Calvin Thompkins, Marina Abramovic, Robert DeNiro, Arne Glimcher and many more. Peggy didn’t just devote her heart and soul to modern art; she put her life on the line for it. Nov. 5, 2015; Peggy Guggenheim, collector and impresario, in Lisa Immordino Vreeland’s film. Even then, the documentary explicitly states that she was “the subject of ridicule and disparagement,” due to her perceived desperate attempts at recognition. Dadaism rejected logic and reason and prized the abstract and psychological. Her voice is not only moving, but full of energy and very funny. Both dropped out of college in pursuit of an alternative life. It comes right out of Guggenheim’s mouth, as you hear he talk about collecting art: “I became an addict and I couldn’t help it anymore.”. When she tried to persuade her uncle, a prestigious art collector, to purchase a Kandinsky, he foolishly refused and called it “trash.”. Janis called herself “a misfit.” She moved from Texas to San Francisco as a way of breaking out and being free. “Get Me Roger Stone” Film Review: Get Your Hate On! Click For News: January is Janis Joplin’s Film, Birthday & “Pearl” Anniversary Month, Click For News: Janis Joplin Documentary “Little Girl Blue” to Air on PBS’ American Masters Series. And both women could fairly be called “feminist pioneers,” although the films about them have a tone that is less historical and more gossip-column. Asked about getting old, Peggy says, “I wish I was young enough to have lovers. In addition to losing her father when she was 13, she lost her beloved older sister, Benita, who died in childbirth. It is said that Peggy sought art that was “strange and outrageous.” She wanted to feel “the cutting edge.” (The same edge that appealed to Janis. Rumor has it that Peggy had to sleep with Brancusi in order to negotiate a price she could afford, and again I say: Thank You for Your Service. “Peggy was in bed with Samuel Beckett for four days!” we are told. Both suffered many romantic disappointments and are said to have lived very sad lives. It was widely known in her day (and since then has been extensively written about and discussed) that Peggy Guggenheim had sex with many of the artists she patronized, as well as others in her literati circle – all the more scandalous because of her homeliness. (Surrealism is to Peggy as Heroin is to Janis?) Right there alone… (okay, let’s add in Mondrian, Dali, Calder, Miro, Magritte, and more), it’s almost as if without Peggy Guggenheim, there would be no modern art. But all of the attention on Janis caused tension between her and her bandmates. Peggy Guggenheim, Art Addict – A movie review, Roberta sees the new documentary about 20th Century art collector, Peggy Guggenheim and says It's a 97-minute must-see. (Just an interesting detail.). We’re told her family was eccentric and “lived like royalty.” They were friends with Ulysses S. Grant, who came to dinner. herself to it, who pursued the outlandish, developed the bizarre, and brought them to fruition. In the film, she calls herself “a nymphomaniac.” She claims (not entirely convincingly) to be proud of her immoral exploits, counted at roughly 400 in her own memoirs, and she doesn’t care that her friend Mary McCarthy wrote a very thinly veiled story that essentially called her a slut. When she tried to persuade her uncle, a prestigious art collector, to purchase a Kandinsky, he foolishly refused and called it “trash.” Her father, Benjamin, who died on the Titanic, along with his mistress (his wife was not on board), was not as successful as his brother. Hazel, her other sister, who was in a divorce dispute, dropped her children off the roof of a 13-story building. Review: ‘Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict,’ Portrait of an Heiress With a Cause. So: she was an art addict and a sex addict. These are both important and fascinating women who lived in legendary times. Neither is as comprehensive or complex as it could be, but… still. One film makes the case that Peggy Guggenheim was addicted to art itself, and I think the same can be said about Janis Joplin. Peggy was barely a teenager, and she was forever traumatized by the event. The film premiered on April 20, 2015 at the Tribeca Film Festival. And at its core is a collection of letters that Janis wrote to her family and friends, which do indeed provide a candid view of the troubled and tender person behind the famous name. By Daniel M. Gold. Janis Joplin finally went out on her own and has been labeled “the first lady of rock and roll.” She was a kind of singer that never existed before. She has continued to be a cultural presence, portrayed in the Hollywood film Pollock (2000), Lanie Robertson's 2005 play Woman Before a Glass, in a Bethan Robert's radio play My Own Private Gondolier (2010), and in the 2015 documentary Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict. She got hooked into a feeling.” So, both these women felt a bodily attachment to their experience of art. Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict Peggy’s daughter, Pegeen, died of a drug overdose. In a male-dominated art world, she was dismissed and so was her collection. In 1920 she moved to Paris and met Marcel Duchamp, Man Ray, Brancusi and the other artists whose art she began to collect and promote. She decided not to fix the failed repair and just “guts it out.” She ignored her lack of beauty from then on and focused on her work – her work as a champion and collector of beautiful things. Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict This engaging documentary recalls the remarkable and often-scandalous life of one of the 20th century’s greatest art collectors: Peggy Guggenheim, who helped establish the reputations of several landmark artists of her era, including Jackson Pollock. It’s no secret (and she never kept it such during her life) that Guggenheim was as obsessed with sex as she was with art. But Peggy explains in an interview that she loved these men because they were artists; for her, sex and art went hand in hand. Early on, both Peggy and Janis sought to escape their bourgeois lives. Ottis Redding also appeared at the Monterey Festival, and Janis has said that she was strongly influenced by him and his “gotta gotta gotta … try a little tenderness” when she later sang “try try try … a little bit harder.” Both songs share a sense of urgent emotion, but Janis takes it to a whole new level. Duchamp…he taught me everything. Both documentaries tells us that these women were defined in their youth by their unattractiveness and lack of desirability, and each is described as “insecure,” “vulnerable,” “self-conscious,” and “full of suffering” as a result. Vreeland, upon researching her documentary on Guggenheim, found the tapes in Weld’s basement. And she didn’t just follow movements; she followed her own intuitions and tastes. 1) Peggy gave Kandinsky his first show at her gallery. Let’s go back to: Peggy made a trailblazing transition in her collection and patronage – from surrealist painting, anchored in WWI, to abstract expressionist painting, anchored in WWII – bridging the divide between Europe and America, and she took the art world with her. It’s one of the worst things.”. If you are too, please help us in our Annual Appeal Campaign! Synopsis. Peggy Guggenheim said, “My childhood was excessively unhappy. Peggy is described as “always a rebel,” so it makes sense that in Paris she started her art addiction with Dadaism – the language of disillusionment. Janis is seen onscreen saying: And at another point in the film she explains that her career ambition is all about her “need to be loved.” One widely quoted critic wrote that Joplin had “desperate mating calls from every song.”. December 13, 2015 — 12.15am. Peggy moved from the U.S. to Paris and became a bohemian as a way of finding herself. Powered by JustWatch Report a problem Full Description. Janis Joplin & Heroin vs Peggy Guggenheim & Art Click the image below to VOTE and see results: Initially, I had planned to compare Peggy to. A rebel from childhood, Peggy went to work in a downtown bookstore and got introduced to the avant garde. Right there alone… (okay, let’s add in Mondrian, Dali, Calder, Miro, Magritte, and more), it’s almost as if without Peggy Guggenheim, there would be no modern art. Director Lisa Immordino Vreeland tries to stand neutral at a place where Helen Highly believes she should assert her opinion. And now Lisa Vreeland has made this documentary about Peggy Guggenheim, using never-before-heard interview tapes of Peggy – with her classy, haut monde dialect (and this is reason enough to see the film). She’ll always have the word “junkie” attached in front of the word “singer.” And finally, her addiction killed her; she died from an overdose in 1970. The film quotes Duchamp as defining his code of “individualism” as “everyone for oneself – like a shipwreck.” It’s ironic that Peggy’s father died in a shipwreck; he went down on the Titanic when the ship sank in the North Atlantic Ocean in 1912. That doesn’t make her stupid, or inept.) As the Germans marched on Paris, Guggenheim wisked the art out of France (crated and labeled as “household objects,”) taking it and Max Ernst, soon to be her second husband, to New York, where she opened her next project, The Art of This Century Gallery. Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict review: Family rebel in frame. A friend of hers says, “She had an intense hunger for life, and an undertone of unbeatable sadness.” Then Peggy explains how she literally is “most happy when connected, physically, with art,” and demonstrates by actually clutching a sculpture. (She liked to get it on with brilliant and talented men. This is a rich documentary, from the trivia tidbits that will open your eyes to the commentary by art world luminaries who knew Peggy and assess her worth. Richard Goldstein wrote for the May 1968 issue of Vogue magazine that Joplin was “the most staggering leading woman in rock… she slinks like tar, scowls like war… clutching the knees of a final stanza, begging it not to leave… Janis Joplin can sing the chic off any listener.”, Stevie Nicks considers Joplin one of her idols, and says, “She sang in the great tradition of the rhythm and blues singers that were her heroes, but she brought her own dangerous, sexy rock and roll edge to every single song. 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