Books by Henry Geldzahler

Released: Sept. 6, 1994

"He also elaborates on the mechanics of acquiring a museum collection and describes his first viewing of the work of Francesco Clemente, which literally knocked him off his feet."
When New York City's Metropolitan Museum of Art decided that, in addition to all those clunky suits of medieval armor and stodgy Egyptian sarcophagi, it might make sense to admit, say, some pictures of soup cans and other contemporary works into its hallowed galleries, it called upon Henry Geldzahler. Read full book review >