Rebelling against her wealthy New York upbringing, indulging her uncanny eye for great art and artists, and becoming the enfant terrible of the modern art scene, Peggy Guggenheim lived a life almost too amazing to be believed. With humor, heartbreak and grand hauteur, WOMAN BEFORE A GLASS offers the unforgettable story of a woman before her time.
"Smoking, drinking, name-dropping, art, men and the men who make art…introduces us to the sensational history of Ms. Guggenheim." —NY Times. "Consistently compelling and wildly entertaining…" —NY Post. "…animated and vivid…" —Village Voice.