The government funds disbursed to the George Berges Gallery were 'by far' the most compared to other area galleries, a watchdog group said.
Hiding in Plain Sight: 'Lost' 17th-Century Masterpiece Uncovered in New York After Years of Searching
The church has loaned the painting to Iona College for three months, and it will be displayed in the Ryan Library.
It was a lighthearted gift. But, as usual, The New York Times took it as dead serious.
'I think I am the most famous artist in the MAGA world,' Hunter Biden told an art podcast in a segment published Thursday.
Hunter Biden, who is under constant scrutiny, had a vulgar, two-word resonse to critics of his questionable art career.
White House Promise Shredded as Hunter Biden's Art Gallery Confirms He Will Be Meeting with Potential Buyers
The curators at Georges Bergès Gallery wouldn't give Hunter Biden a sniff except for the fact that his last name is Biden.
'To me, Biden seems a bit of a dabbler,' art critic Sebastian Smee explained. 'His work has the feeling of an afterthought.'
Activist and filmmaker Rod Webber was arrested after vandalizing the wall of the gallery set to feature Hunter Biden's artwork.
The artwork, set to go on sale this fall, could fetch between $75,000 and $500,000 per piece, even though Hunter Biden is a novice artist.
Teacher Showed Kids a Video That 'Tarred and Feathered' White Women, Woke NYC School Speaks After Incident
Eighth-graders at New York City's elite Spence School were subjected to a video filled with racist, anti-white nonsense.
Family Accidentally Sells Treasured Heirloom After Grandma's Death, Pleading with Public to Help Find It
The family thinks that the buyer was a woman in her 50s with a short, blonde pixie cut.
As murders skyrocket in Chicago, city officials are focused on trying to tear down statues of former presidents and historical figures.
Ed Attanasio found a way to use his artistic talent to inspire positiviety in his community and give back to charity.
'The thing is, in the end, if a public building should reflect anything, it’s continuity and the vocation of survival.'
'Something in the sculpture has been captivating women's attention,' the artist said.
University of Rhode Island May Remove Nearly 70-Year-Old Murals Because They Have Too Many White Subjects
The murals were painted by a World War II veteran and depicted life at the University of Rhode Island in the 1940s and 50s.
The man called his faux pas a 'stupid move,' and a Treviso court is currently deciding whether to press charges.