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The Critics Speak…Reviews of Wally Hedrick Uninfluencer: A Forgotten Generation. A Review of Wayne Thiebaud Influencer at Manetti Shrem Museum of Art

—  “I finished reading this rubbish. Predictably, it ends with LG attempting to sell his [art]work!”
—  “This [missive] is basically a cold-call sales pitch masquerading as a critical response.”
—  “I hope [this] gets the attention it deserves: none.”
—  “LG’s purported “successes”…are either inflated or outright concocted!”
—  “I could expand, but, honestly, it would be a waste of everyone’s time!”
—  “[LG] is a sick individual with delusions of grandiosity.”
—  “[LG] is raging mad…”

—  ★ ★
—  “[LG] is haughty, arrogant and offensive, but ultimately pathetic. Oh, he’s a grifter, too.”
—  “I actually feel sorry for [LG], but even more so for the people who live in fear [of LG] and might be manipulated by [his] disinformation.”
—  “[LG has] been spamming me since ’69!”
—  “Entertaining and funny…”
—  “True (unfortunately)”.

—  ★ ★ ★ ★ ★
—  “This is truly phenomenal…”

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Read The New York Times Writer Cameron Shaw Response To LG Williams Criticism Of “Looking Deeply at the Art of Rashid Johnson” (Oct. 28, 2015)

Read The New York Times Writer Cameron Shaw’s concession to LG Williams criticism —  punctuated with a bureaucratic alibi…

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