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Bizarre: Hunter Biden Plans His First Solo Art-Show While Facing Investigation From The DOJ


The elite in this country are completely ignorant and think they can get away with anything.

While Hunter Biden is facing probes from the DOJ for evading taxes and having shady business dealing what does he do?

He starts to paint and plans his first solo art show at Manhattan’s Ritzy George’s Berges Gallery.

This is exactly what the elite do, they commit crimes and then act as if it never happened.

The Daily Mail broke the story, see what they had to say:

Joe Biden’s son Hunter is planning his first solo art exhibit at Manhattan’s upscale Georges Bergès Gallery, according to a new report.

Hunter Biden, 50, has no professional background as an artist, instead working most recently as a lawyer and investment advisor on a range of foreign deals that have drawn scrutiny from the Justice Department.

However, he is currently signing a deal to be represented by Georges Bergès Gallery in SoHo, with a solo exhibition planned for next year, sources told PageSix.

In February, Hunter Biden opened up about his passion for art in an interview with the New York Times, saying the creative endeavor was ‘literally keeping me sane’ following struggles with crack addiction, and in the midst of politically charged scrutiny over his foreign dealings.

Vanity Fair covered the strange announcement too:

Hunter Biden now has not only a Department of Justice investigation into his taxes to contend with, but also his first solo art show to prepare for next year.

The president-elect’s son is reportedly in the midst of signing a deal to be represented as an artist by Georges Bergès Gallery in New York City with a solo exhibition in the works for next year, according to sources who spoke to Page Six. In February, Biden first revealed his artistic aspirations to The New York Times, confessing during a conversation with the outlet that painting “is literally keeping me sane. For years I wouldn’t call myself an artist. Now I feel comfortable saying it.”

The venture capitalist turned artist, whose studio is in the pool house of his Hollywood Hills home, creates his work with a metal straw he uses to blow alcohol ink onto Japanese Yupo paper, creating abstract layers of colors and concentric circles.


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