Henry Geldzahler (July 9, 1935 – August 16, 1994) was a curator of contemporary art in the late 20th century, as well as a modern art art historian and art critic. He is best known for his work at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and as New York City Commissioner of Cultural Affairs, and for his social role in the art world with a close relationship with contemporary artists.
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... Geldzahler is the subject of a documentary called Who Gets to Call It Art?, by Peter Rosen ... several of his artist friends, including a famous 1969 double portrait by David Hockney of Geldzahler with his then partner, painter Christopher Scott ... Geldzahler is depicted in a 1964 movie, Henry Geldzahler, by Andy Warhol which consists of Geldzahler smoking a cigar and becoming increasingly uncomfortable for 90 minutes ...
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“The history of modern art is also the history of the progressive loss of arts audience. Art has increasingly become the concern of the artist and the bafflement of the public.”
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