If I picked up a paintbrush, dipped it in a can of black semigloss and painted a square on the wall, would that be art? Obviously not, even if I were extra careful not to drip. So when Russian artist Kazimir Malevich painted a black square on canvas in 1915, was that art? Not only was it art, son, it was the seminal work of the Russian Suprematist school. That raises the question: "Who gets to call it art?" In the documentary film of the same name, director Peter Rosen gives us the answer: people like Henry Geldzahler, the New York Museum of Modern Art curator that first deemed Andy Warhol's soup cans exhibit-worthy. Here's another question: "Who gets to call Rosen's film 'glib, largely uninformative and poorly... More >>>