Hunter Biden's art exhibit in NYC has only been visited by 'a handful' of people
HUNTER Biden’s SoHo art exhibit has attracted fewer visitors than expected.
Only a few people, most declined to identify themselves, stopped by the exhibit.
None of them were Biden’s parents, President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill.
Georges Berges, Biden’s art dealer who owns the SoHo gallery, said that it was “unfortunate” that the Bidens couldn’t see their son’s work.
“But it’s the times we live in and it’ll become a distraction,”
Biden’s controversial art exhibit was observed by a few artists and industry professionals. Only those with invitations are allowed to enter.
Gene Epstein, a former senior economist at the New York Stock Exchange visited the exhibit on Wednesday.
Epstein was with his wife Hisako Kobayashi, an artist represented by Berges.
The other visitors did not reveal their names with some giving aliases instead.
Biden’s paintings are up for grabs for $75,000 to $500,000, raising ethical concerns from activists given previous scandals from the President’s son.
The show titled, “The Journey Home — A Hunter Biden Solo Exhibition” will run until November 15, said Berges.
After that, it will go to another gallery in Berlin.
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