•   
  •   
  •   

Politics Artist shakes up New York art world with 'Trump: Parallel Universe' paintings showing Trump casting Biden out of White House

23:50  28 november  2021
23:50  28 november  2021 Source:   washingtonexaminer.com

Anti-corruption party wins Bulgarian election, seeks reforms

  Anti-corruption party wins Bulgarian election, seeks reforms SOFIA, Bulgaria (AP) — A new centrist anti-corruption party appears to be the winner of Bulgaria’s parliamentary election, the country’s central electoral commission said Monday. With nearly 76% of the ballots counted, results showed that the We Continue the Change party, founded few weeks ago by two Harvard graduates, has captured 25.3% of the vote, edging out the opposition center-right GERB party of former Prime Minister Boyko Borissov by nearly 3%. © Provided by Associated Press Kiril Petkov hugs Asen Vassilev, co-leader of the We Continue the Change party, as they celebrate their victory in the parliamentary elections in Sofia, Sunday, Nov. 14, 2021.

A Moldovan-born artist is making waves in the New York art scene with her collection of paintings titled "Trump: Parallel Universe,” depicting the former president in all sorts of scenarios.

a man wearing a suit and tie smiling at the camera © Provided by Washington Examiner

Lena Ruseva, 44, is the artist behind the controversial works, which show Donald Trump in several drastically different scenes from history and theology, including Trump as an Egyptian sphinx, a Buddhist monk, and as Michael the archangel casting President Joe Biden from the White House.

HILLARY CLINTON HAS COUGHING FIT DURING RACHEL MADDOW INTERVIEW

“I wanted to play around with childish fantasies,” Ruseva told the New York Post. “Some people hate him and call him racist. Some people love him and they are real fanatics. Everyone has their own picture of Donald Trump."

Looted art claims pose questions for revamped museum

  Looted art claims pose questions for revamped museum Emil Bührle's impressionist art collection raises problems for Zurich's big, extended Kunsthaus.However, central to that leap into the top tier of art museums is a notorious private collection, linked to looted art.

“I like Donald Trump as he is a strong person,” Ruseva continued. “It’s easy to criticize. It’s easy to say somebody is wrong or bad, or whatever, but how many people have reached what he reached?”

Ruseva is a green card holder from Moldova who now lives in New Jersey, according to the New York Post. She immigrated to the United States in 2012 and got her start in the art world as a mural painter.

An exhibit featuring Ruseva's artwork was held at the Metropolitan Republican Club last month. Ruseva also recalled a gallery that canceled her exhibit after it received threats related to the politics of the art. She says she is concerned about encroachments on free speech in the U.S.

CLICK HERE TO READ MORE FROM THE WASHINGTON EXAMINER

“In Russia, you try and post something against government [and] in three to four hours someone will knock on your door. I hope it’s not going to happen here,” she explained.

House Republican offers bill to force White House financial disclosure about Hunter Biden art sales

  House Republican offers bill to force White House financial disclosure about Hunter Biden art sales A Republican lawmaker introduced a bill on Wednesday that would force the White House to disclose financial information related to sales of Hunter Biden's paintings, which will remain hidden from the first family and the public under an agreement with a New York art gallery. © Provided by Washington Examiner The Preventing Anonymous Income by Necessitating Transparency of Executive Relatives Act, or PAINTER Act, would amend the Ethics in Government Act to mandate non-dependent children of the president be subject to the same disclosure responsibilities already dealt to the commander in chief's spouse and dependent offspring

Washington Examiner Videos

Tags: News, Paintings, Donald Trump, Art

Original Author: Matthew Miller

Original Location: Artist shakes up New York art world with 'Trump: Parallel Universe' paintings showing Trump casting Biden out of White House

Why Joe Biden's life will quickly get miserable if Republicans take over the House .
Republicans eyeing a 2023 House majority say they're eager to grill Cabinet secretaries, investigate Hunter Biden, and (maybe) impeach the president.Odds are high that the GOP will wrest control of the House from Democrats in 2022. They've got a decent shot of winning back the Senate, too. And House Republicans are feeling so confident that they're already drafting their playbook for taking on the Biden administration once they've got more power on Capitol Hill.

usr: 26
This is interesting!