Art Mimics Life

Hunter Biden’s artwork featured in the New York Times on the last day of February 2020.

There’s a New Artist in Town. The Name Is Biden. – The New York Times

A few days later this became the dominant artwork used by the press.

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4 Responses to Art Mimics Life

  1. mwhite says:

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  2. arn says:

    So when Hunter Biden is selling his daddies pooped diapers the New York Times talks about it and call it arts
    but they didn’t said a word about his sextape and the high treason blachmails?

    I bet that they didn’t bother to ask how it can be that one of the biggest talents
    of arts(Chuck Connely) had to sell his paintings for 500 dollars
    while a corrupt skillfree pedo crackhead can gets 1000* more for a painting.
    ( arts and climate science seem to follow the same arbitrary rule of a few deciders)
    Well ,Connely made the mistake to make a Hollywood director angry and his artsy fartsy friends from NY who control the pricing destroyed his carreer
    while Hunter seem to get the opposite treatment.

  3. Charles Straw says:

    Hunter’s art reminds me of the work of Ernst Haeckel, except Hunter is an untalented bozo and Haeckel was supremely talented

    Ernst Haeckel

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