Yesterday, Donald Trump named his campaign finance chief: Steven Mnuchin, hedge-fund executive, controversial film financier, and son of art dealer Robert Mnuchin, whose Upper East Side gallery is currently showing a David Hammons retrospective.
On this week’s art crime blotter: an MFA student’s sculpture about campus gun laws violated campus gun laws, collector Aby Rosen forked over $7 million in unpaid taxes on art, and the painter of the Donald Trump micropenis portrait was attacked by one of the candidate’s supporters.
Last weekend, various streets across the United State became designated Donald Trump-free zones.
The artist who gave the world a drawing of a nude Donald Trump with a small penis is facing a potential lawsuit from Trump’s legal team if the painting sells.
As New Yorkers head to the polls tomorrow for the 2016 presidential primaries — and many more states follow suit in the coming weeks and months — it’s important to keep in mind each candidate’s record on culture.
For all his money and power, Donald Trump couldn’t force a widow from her New Jersey home back in the 1990s.
On Easter Sunday, a tombstone engraved with Donald Trump’s name and the message “Made America Hate Again” mysteriously popped up in the middle of Central Park.
Donald Trump is dead. Or at least, that’s what one presumably left-leaning prankster wanted Central Park visitors to think over the weekend.
Donald Trump doesn’t like to appear sketchy.
An exciting plan sure to lower your blood pressure.
An artist’s pencil drawing of a nude Donald Trump has resulted in what appears to be an indefinite ban from Facebook.
Now the world may receive its first Donald J. Trump public sculpture, which isn’t exactly an honorable tribute to the Cheeto-colored candidate scarily inching his way to becoming the Republican presidential nominee.