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Re: “At Space, Hot Metal puts the thermometer through its paces

Dear Lisa Brennan Your article is abusive and juvenile. You must not be from Pittsburgh are you? Cause this show really stood the test of a community coming together to help out. THIS FAMILIES HOUSE BURNED DOWN! And you have only rude comments to add to that… My question is where are your credentials? First of all you took little time to describe this show to anyone that does not know much about the arts…What would my grandmother think if she wanted to visit Pittsburgh and see some art? Is that not half the point of a review? You did not talk about the content of the work. (That might be because you don’t know much about art) But what about a little research! Like the job of the gallery your job is also to help the public understand and look at art. You must remember most Pittsburghers did not get a college education at a fancy art school, nor do they care too. They just wanna know a little about it…YOU COULD HAVE TALKED ABOUT the tradition of metal working in Pittsburgh!!! HOLY S*** that was obvious. Your juvenile paragraph about the “emo boy” was so rude and ridicules I can’t even believe that it got past the editor (they should be more ashamed). Really what was the point of talking about that? If you had such a problem with this boy you could have said something to him there, instead of using your power as an “art critic” to send abusive and juvenile words to print. YOUR article was “chillingly cold”.

Posted by alias on 02/29/2008 at 3:43 PM

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