Nathaniel Kahn

filmmaker and director of “My Architect” and “The Price of Everything”

Filmmaker and director of “My Architect” and “The Price of Everything”

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Nathaniel Kahn's highly regarded first documentary “My Architect” tracked his quest to understand his blood father Louis Kahn, the famed American architect who maintained three…

“The Price of Everything” explores how art became an “asset class”

Nathaniel Kahn's highly regarded first documentary “My Architect” tracked his quest to understand his blood father Louis Kahn, the famed American architect who maintained three…

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