Hunter Biden, who was on the board of a Ukrainian energy company despite absolutely no background in energy, has a new high-paying gig in an industry that he has absolutely no background in. . .
Meet Hunter Biden, the artist:
— New York Post (@nypost) June 15, 2021
He’s searching for “universal truth”:
— Artnet (@artnet) June 14, 2021
Here’s his self-portrait via the Georges Bergès Gallery:
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Does getting caught using the n-word make his art more or less valuable?
Looks like @ArtNet has no problems doing a positive puff piece on Hunter – despite the fact he was caught casually using the n-word.
— "My Son Hunter" The Hunter Biden Movie (@MySonHunter) June 14, 2021
Some critics think his paintings will be worth a lot of money while one consultant says this painting “looks like COVID”:
— Andrew Kerr (@AndrewKerrNC) June 15, 2021
And this could be an amazing new way to fund Hunter’s influence-peddling with his father:
Influencer: "I'd like some time to discuss some issues…."
Pres. Biden: "Of course! Have you seen my son's art…."https://t.co/MsrBfqdOgw
— Robert (@tally_dad) June 15, 2021
According to an interview Hunter gave to ArtNet, he has a showing coming up with prices ranging from $75,000 to $500,000:
Hunter Biden's paintings are getting an NYC exhibition this fall at George Bergès gallery. Prices range from $75,000 for works on paper to $500,000 for large-scale paintings
Hunter spoke to ArtNethttps://t.co/0moynzIAyg
— Alex Thompson (@AlexThomp) June 15, 2021
But the New York Post found a consultant who thinks some of the artwork could fetch $1 million or higher:
Acevedo said the pieces would garner more like $25,000 to $100,000 if not for Hunter’s name. The art consultant said he expects some of the works to possibly top $1 million in the end.
What a world.