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[DVD Review] Herb and Dorothy

17 December 2009 6:55 PM, PST | JustPressPlay.net | See recent JustPressPlay news »

Who says you have to be rich to own nice things?  Certainly not Herb and Dorothy. This documentary tells the story of Herb and Dorothy Vogel, art collectors and the cutest little elderly couple you’ve ever seen.

It starts in the 1960s.  Herb and Dorothy just got married and are living in New York City, where they each try their hand at being artists.  They decorate their entire (very small) apartment with their own works.  Then comes the Minimalist and Conceptual Art period, and the pair gradually begin replacing their works with a modest collection of art by relatively unknown artists.  The only guidelines for these pieces were that they had to fit in the Vogel’s one-bedroom apartment and they had to be affordable.  If they got something home and it didn’t fit in their space, they would swap it for another piece.

Neither of the Vogels was particularly well off. »

- Jessica Guerrasio

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