Art in America: "Kostabi's slow fade makes Con Artist a better movie"
Cool Hunting: “The most intriguing documentary we saw this year”
Denver Westword: "a fascinating story about antics too zany to believe if they weren’t completely true"
Flavorpill: Required Viewing
Hammer to Nail, Michael Tully: "breezy and funny"
The Hollywood Reporter: "an entertainingly satirical doc"
The Huffington Post: "Sladek was obviously not out to do a puff piece"
The Independent: "riveting, hilarious"
L Magazine::"an excellent documentary"
The Los Angeles Times: "a lively portrait of the enfant terrible in
New York Magazine: "an entertaining boom-era fable"
The New York Times:
"an entertaining documentary portrait of one of the art world's most outrageous provocateurs"
The Oklahoma Gazette: "you’ll enjoy every awkward, outrageous minute"
The Orlando Weekly: "speaks volumes about what our society considers worthy of the cultural spotlight"
Paper: "So the con game goes on. And we love it!"
Slant: "a riveting documentary"
Time Out Chicago, AA Dowd: “a cautionary tale about the reckless pursuit of celebrity”
Time Out NY: "the filmmaker gives his subject more than enough rope to hang himself"
Variety: "an entertaining reverie on the concept and addictive nature
The Village Voice: "Sladek's prickly documentary gets at the pitiful need and loneliness that drives
We Are Movie Geeks: "Con Artist blew me away"