|Director||Charles Guggenheim Steven York|
|Writers||Charles Guggenheim (writer)
|Cast||J. Carter Brown Anthony Caro Jean Dubuffet Joan Miró Henry Moore Robert Motherwell I.M. Pei James Rosati David Wayne|
|Plot||"A Place to Be" is a superb "biography of a building," tracing the contemporary design and construction of the East Building of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. A monumental commission that took ten years to complete, the film gives an intimate view behind the secrets of the museum's remarkable design and the art created for its public spaces. A landmark of art and architecture but captures the pride of the skilled laborers who completed the building. The film presents a human portrait of the immense talent that made this national treasure.... search for A Place to Be on IMDb|
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