See Hunter Biden’s artwork at this exhibition in SoHo

Everything seems a bit secret, but we’re here to tell you what we know about the new exhibition presented at the Georges Bergès gallery in Soho. Featuring paintings by Hunter Biden, the son of the current President of the United States, “The Journey Home” opened last weekend and features a total of 15 works by the artist.

Ranging from $75,000 to $500,000 each, the paintings differ in theme and scope, but are mostly abstract.

According to the gallery official site, the “substrates chosen by Biden are canvas, paper, wood and metal on which he affixes oil, acrylic, ink as well as the written word. All of this creates a unique experience that has become his signature.”

Alas, you may not be able to witness the works of the presidential offspring in person, because the New York Post reports that a team of lawyers will review all potential guests. You can try your luck by sending an e-mail to [email protected] and setting up an appointment.

According to the newspaper, additional security measures were also put in place, with the White House announcing that it had “reached an agreement to keep the identity of any purchaser secret in order to prevent influence peddling”. No surprise there.

Although Biden himself attended a pop-up exhibition of his works in Los Angeles earlier this month, banks say it To post that he does not know if he will also throw a party to celebrate the opening of the show in New York.

A lawyer and former lobbyist, Hunter has made art his current full-time job despite having received no formal training. “I don’t paint from emotion or feeling, both of which I think are very fleeting,” the artist said. net-art back in June. “For me, painting is much more about trying to bring out what I think is the universal truth.”

Christopher S. Washington