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Great piece, but his name is "Zenas," not "Zenus."
Very nice article.
Being from Pittsburgh myself, it caught my eye.
I love the beautiful cartoon subject matter of Patterson.
Happy art makes the viewer feel happy
My own art is cartoonish also.
Hence I call it "Soft" Abstract Expressionism artbykathymitro.blogspot.com
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"Catala has "rebranded" empathy" you wrote. I am unaware that empathy is Catala's to rebrand. Catala's work may add to the current attention paid to empathy. However, 'rebranding' it is on a par with rebranding intelligence, vision, or taste.
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I think you hit the nail on the head when you said that the art needed the viewer. I also think that this is the point of the exhibition. The artist's self is missing. What fills the remaining intangible space is the viewer's self.
I would ask you to be less harsh in your future critiques...And also for a spoiler alert, if you're unable to write without giving away a really cool surprise, like in the Finnish piece.
You nailed it. I heard the show was going to be titled
"Oakland in the 90's meets Belvederes w/o sticky surfaces or coffee smell"
Credit where credit is due... A lot of the original art produced for this exhibit is by Pittsburgh cartoonist Marcel Walker.
Great story. I hope this exhibit reminds people of Pittsburgh's often overlooked talent like Mozelle Thompson. People also need to appreciate what J Malls has been doing to preserve Pittsburgh's music legacy. Will definitely attend.
It's great that the efforts made by the arts organizations are being publicized and recognized.
Paul's End-Of-Exhibition Record Sale will take place this Saturday and Sunday (Nov 8 & 9) 11am-4pm (with DJ Gordy spinning Saturday noon-3pm) 707 Penn Ave https://www.facebook.com/events/834822659882896/
It wasn't very scary. It was still a way cooler experience than a regular no-touching haunted house, but I was never scared. Sort of disappointing.
The Scarehouse is in ETNA, not Millvale.
I think it should be noted that the Curator's statement was copied word for word (yes plagiarized) from the Wikipedia article titled Parallel universe (fiction). Make what value judgements you will, but it is in the very least, shockingly lazy curation.
Where is that Jolly Roger t from?
Hi. My brother is visiting from Connecticut and brought me a copy of Mostly True Vol 19 no 7. I would very much like to get in touch with Bill Daniel. It's about a film idea I have. Please if you know how I can get in touch let me know. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. If you want my phone/text number let me know.
Great write-up. Your experience which you have shared is too good .
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