Herb and Dorothy
|Herb & Dorothy|
|Directed by||Megumi Sasaki|
|Produced by||Megumi Sasaki|
|Music by||David Majzin|
|Edited by||Bernadine Colish|
Herb and Dorothy is a 2008 documentary film by Megumi Sasaki. The film tells the story of two middle-class collectors of contemporary art, Herbert and Dorothy Vogel, and the enormous and valuable collection of conceptual art and minimalist art they amassed in spite of their relatively meager salaries as New York City civil servants. Many artists are interviewed in the film, including Christo, Chuck Close, Robert Mangold, and Pat Steir.
- 2008 Audience Award for Best Documentary, Hamptons International Film Festival
- 2008 Golden Starfish Documentary Feature Award, Hamptons International Film Festival
- 2008 Audience Award, Silverdocs Documentary Festival
- 2008 Audience Award for Best Documentary, Philadelphia Film Festival
- 2009 HBO Audience Award, Best Documentary, Provincetown International Film Festival
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