UPDATED 9:17 AM PT – Wednesday, October 6, 2021
Hunter Biden appeared to be soliciting his “art” to a group of VIPs at an exhibition in Los Angeles. According to reports Tuesday, Hunter’s exhibition at Milk Studios was attended by at least 200 people, most of whom chose to remain anonymous.
Hunter Biden had an art sale and everyone is upset because these hypocrites aren’t wearing masks.
But I’m more upset that this is considered “art” for some reason. pic.twitter.com/rkMqqRJ9zB
— @FairlyImportant (@fairlyimportant) October 6, 2021
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and singer Moby were named as having attended the event, where Biden’s paintings were priced at up to $500,000. However, it’s unclear if any of the items were sold.
“I mean some of the pictures of his art have been online, I mean, it looks like the coronavirus got sick with a bacteria,” criticized Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.). “I mean, come on. Who’s going to pay for a first-time artist, who’s art is mediocre at best, thousands of dollars? So I know the Biden White House has claimed their somehow going to have private auctions where no one knows who the other people are…an incredibly ill advised idea.”
The event was organized by Chinese-tied art dealer Georges Bergès and his attempts to sell his work has drawn criticism. Berges was reportedly sued for fraud back in 2016 and he has owed money to credit card companies, a jeweler and furniture company Pier One Imports.