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Grindatti because "he needs to get "It's tots
through school." student bof
Grindatti who did the paintings in a, he said.
beginning art school class said he was In a lett
arguing for the "right to be displayed one of the
whether it's good or if it's bad."
He said he has no ulterior motives or
bad feelings about the art school and
will not file a lawsuit.
GRINDATTI said his paintings are
"explorations," and admitted that one
or two did not come out the way he first
intended. But he contends that the ob-
jections to paintings come from con-
servative attitudes among art school
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paintings taken down
ally unfortunate that ... the paintings, the writer said the paintings
dy is so sexually repressed," were offensive and that he ruined the
pictures to make a political statement.
er Grindatti received form "People are objecting to the fact that
students who vandalized his I'm an architecht," Grindatti said. The
pictures have "apparently been very
successful in touching a nerve," Grin-
datti said, and added that the quality of
the paintings is not as high as other art
which is displayed in the school.
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