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Who Gets to Call it Art?

DIRECTED BY - Peter Rosen

The 1960s art scene was a hive of creative activity, and Henry Geldzahler, the first curator of contemporary art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, was a pivotal figure around which the movement revolved. This documentary takes a look at his life and work. His influential exhibit titled "New York Painting and Sculpture: 1940-1970" comes under particular scrutiny, as it contained 400 works by artists with whom Geldzahler was particularly enamored.

GENRES - documentary

Film Info

RUNTIME - 80 minutes

RATING - Not Rated

YEAR - 2006

COUNTRY - United States

LANGUAGE - English


Peter Rosen

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