Andrew Piccone showcased a series of portraits of the protestors encompassing the early stages of the Occupy Wall Street Movement.  The morning of the show’s opening, the NY Metro Newspaper wrote a frontpage article criticizing Piccone for profiting from the protest.  Frontrunner was mentioned.  The pictures Piccone took are protected by the constitution of the United States, a founding principle for the country we live in today.  Let us not forget…

In fact, it was the Metro that was profiting from unfairly criticizing the artist.  Later that day, the Gothamist joined the discussion and over 100 people attended the show.