Hello Anthony at The Metropolitan,

Supercript: Arts Journalism

The speakers are confirmed—all 15 panelists, two keynotes, three DJs, and a pair of filmmakers. The spaces are booked. And the tickets are going fast: only 85 tickets remain for Superscript: Arts Journalism and Criticism in a Digital Age, the first-of-a-kind international conference on online art publishing’s present realities and its possible futures.

Don’t miss this rare opportunity to get to know some of the most interesting minds in the field, representing a diverse range of publications and organizations—from e-flux, Triple Canopy, and Frieze to artnet News, The New Inquiry, and the Los Angeles Times.Hello,

Hi Res images and interview opportunities are available.

Meredith Kessler

Assistant Director, Public Relations

Walker Art Center Minneapolis, MN


Hello Meredith,

 Requesting two (2) media passes for this event, along with any interview opportunities. The Metropolitan will add Superscript to its May 2015 issue.

 Anthony Brancaleone

The Metropolitan


Dear Anthony:

Due to limited capacity, media passes for the Superscript conference are available to a very small number of writers on assignment to cover the event. To apply for a pass, please fill out our online request form. You will be notified in April if a pass is awarded.




Hello Meredith,

 We understand. Due to our limited capacity, however, space in The Metropolitan is available to a very small number of publicists eager to have coverage for an event. Should you be awarded space in our publication it will be due, in part, to the fact that we were actually able to cover it.


Anthony Brancaleone

The Metropolitan



50 Ways to Detroit Your Lover (Feb 2015)

Dear Sir:

I am a Detroit native, and enjoyed reading The Metropolitan while waiting to pick up my wife this weekend at DTW (February 2015). Enjoyed your selections very much, saw several places I hadn’t known about and will definitely check out. However there is one that should have made your “50” list: The Wright museum.

Officially, The Charles H. Wright Museum of African History, is the largest museum of its kind in the world, and is located a block from the DIA. With its national reputation, it is a destination for visitors and scholars alike from all over the world. Check it out.


James P. Cunningham, Esq.


Williams Williams Rattner & Plunkett, P.C.

380 North Old Woodward Avenue, Suite 300

Birmingham, Michigan  48009


Mr. James P. Cunningham, Esq,

 [Wright] you are, sir! The Museum of African History should have made our February list. However, like many other worthy points of interest in Detroit, the Wright suffered its unlucky fate due to circumstances beyond our control. For, as we had published at the tail end of our list, “50 Ways To Detroit Your Lover”, our crew placed 100 selections in a hat and drew 50. It just wasn’t in the stars this time around. Please, accept our apologies, and thank you for reminding Metropolitan readers about Wright Museum of African History.



Dirt Label, Madonna, Rocco

I always pick up your paper at the Detroit Bagel Co. really cool read. Long story short we have a clothing line “The Dirt Label” and were wondering would it be possible to get a feature in your paper? Were a locally based company from Detroit our warehouse/office space is in Corktown (Located inside of Ponyride) with a flagship store in Downtown Royal Oak. We’ve recently finished up a collaboration project with Madonna and her Son Rocco, which was a hit! So if your interested please feel free to let us know,


Chris Morris (Creative Director)


 Hello Chris,

 Of course. [Please, find Dirt Label in the March 2015 issue under, Who What Wear – themetdet.com].




First Modern Ruin (March 2015)

The March edition of The Met was an effen piece of work! First, your cover, like all of The Met’s covers, was genius! Eternal Flux? Genius! And, then with your story on the train station being turned into an official Ruin, just like the ruins in Europe and Egypt, also genius! People would come from all over the world to visit it. My only complaint is that The Met is a little too short. Couldn’t you have 5 to 10 more pages? I know it costs money but it’s the best read in town.

Stuart Huntington