Rivera & The Rockefellers

Abby Aldrich Rockefeller played a pivotal role in bringing Rivera to New York City in 1931 for his exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art, but by mid-1933 the controversy over his mural in Rockefeller Center's RCA building had taken its toll on the artist's relationship with the Rockefeller family. This interview with David Rockefeller, Sr. and the historian Peter J. Johnson focuses on the artist's interactions with the family, offering new insights into one of the most intriguing artist-patron partnerships of the 20th century.