Who Gets To Call It Art?

2005, Movie, NR, 80 mins

Who Gets To Call It Art?
Peter Rosen's fizzy, poppy gloss on the career of Metropolitan Museum of Art curator Henry Geldzahler (1935-1994), whose owlish looks belied a keen sensibility and adventurous spirit that helped make the careers of multiple generations of post-World War II American artists. Born into a conservative family of wealthy diamond dealers from Belgium, the Yale-educated Geldzahler used his bar mitzvah money to buy works by Frank Stella and Larry Poons. Offered a job as a curatorial assistant at the Met, New York's staid repository of classical art, Geldzahler replied that he'd rather work at the more forward-thinking Whitney. But he reconsidered and remade the job to suit h...
Released: 2005 Rated: NR Length: 80 mins

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