The Blazing World - Rosemary Lerner/Bruno Kleinfeld Summary & Analysis

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Rosemary Lerner

Rosemary is an art reviewer and writer. She claims that unlike the rest of the art world, she had noticed Harriet back in the seventies when she covered some of her group shows. She states that art critics are the worst lot of them all because if a work puzzles them, if they are intimidated, then they call the work trash. Rosemary states that Harriet’s references spanned so many fields that they were hard to track. Rosemary says that part of the reason that most art critics loved to hate Harry was that she was smarter than they were, by far, and that the narrative literary quality to her art upset many.

Rosemary also writes that though there are more women artists than ever it is still no secret that the New York galleries show women far less...

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