Who Gets to Call it Art?
is a wild ride through the fascinating 1960s New York art world, seen through the eyes of first "contemporary art" curator for the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Henry Geldzahler. Never-before-seen footage of artists including Andy Warhol, Jasper Johns and Roy Lichtenstein as well as exclusive interviews with artists Frank Stella, David Hockney, and James Rosenquist provide a vibrant and entertaining look at ten amazing years when American artists challenged everything and forever changed the world of art.
(A) lively, intelligent collage, richly complex and immediately accessible. -- Ronnie Sheib, Variety
Capture(s) the spirit of invention and discovery that made the '60s so exciting. -- Noel Murray, The Onion
DON'T MISS! -- Time Out NY
THRILLING! -- LA Weekly
There is no hyperbole in stating this is one of the greatest art documentaries ever made. -- Phil Hall, FilmThreat.com