The Easel

In Nathaniel Kahn’s The Price of Everything, a Lively Portrait of Money Run Amok in the Contemporary Art Market

A new film about money and the art world. The inevitable distasteful super-rich are juxtaposed against a sincere, out-of-favour artist. The film maker remains optimistic – “great art will find a way. Because it’s the voice of being a human being”. Conceding the film is a “masterpiece”, one well connected art critic admits “those in the market … seem not to even notice artists anymore.”