It's still a little chilly in Charleston, which means we've got a few more days of Netflixing before outdoor activities resume. To wrap up our blog series on starting an art collection, we thought we'd share our favorite inspiring art documentaries...
The Radiant Child documents the life and work of Jean-Michel Basquiat, a Brooklyn-born neo-expressionist. We won't ruin the story. Just watch it.
How did Vermeer create photo-realistic work in the 17th century? Tim figured it out. This movie is fascinating, even for non-art lovers.
If you think the art world is boring, think again. When you've got an art collection worth $25 million, suddenly everybody wants a piece of the pie. The Art of the Steal is dramatic and shocking.
Most artists work in private, which is why this documentary is so moving. Watch one of the most important living artists of our time at work in his studio. Could you handle the lifestyle?
If you only watch one, this is it. Some artists struggle to explain why the do what they do. Not Ai Weiwei. Unapologetic social activism meets art in this fascinating documentary.
Skyladder may start off slow but the payoff is huge. Cai Guo-Qiang's medium is fireworks. You won't believe what you're seeing. In fact, we guarantee you rewind at least twice.