Film and Video
Curator of Film and Video, The Andy Warhol Museum
Areas of focus: Film and Video, Andy Warhol
Geralyn Huxley has been a film programmer and curator since 1977 and has been with The Warhol since its opening in 1994. She has curated numerous Andy Warhol film and video programs, as well as a Paul Morrissey retrospective and screenings of new work by other film artists. Huxley oversees the maintenance and preservation of the museum’s extensive collection of original Warhol video tapes and is currently working on a project to digitize the complete Andy Warhol film archive. She has co-curated museum exhibitions, including Kenneth Anger’s Icons, Warhol & Jackie: Crafting the End of Camelot, focusing on the hours of film footage, both home movies and unedited news coverage, that documented the assassination of John F. Kennedy, and I Just Want to Watch: Warhol’s Film, Video, and Television, the largest installation of Warhol film and video. She also curated Andy Warhol: Stars of the Silver Screen and is co-author of Andy Warhol: 365 Takes: The Andy Warhol Museum Collection and Andy Warhol Treasures, as well as numerous essays.
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