The sale flopped amid concerns about the artworks’ authenticity, hefty price tags and accusations of “bad taste.”
Michael D’Antuono depicted Trump as a cards-cheat in his biting reimagining of Andy Thomas' "The Republican Club."
The "Girl With Balloon" painting passed through a shredder hidden in the frame.
French artist Saype's giant painting shows a little girl launching an origami boat into Lake Geneva.
Brian Peterson paints portraits of people experiencing homelessness in Santa Ana, California, using the proceeds from the sales to give back to the subjects.
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The actor offers his interpretation of "Christianity, Trump style."
The actor's White House portrait gives the devil his due.
The actor cast the two leaders in a "Let's Make A Deal" scenario that's no game.
"People can't handle the truth, especially when it's painted out in a picture for them."
The 56-year-old also tweeted a painting that looks like President Trump as the Wicked Witch of the West.
In a world flooded with images, artists Kehinde Wiley and Amy Sherald show that painting can still shape American history.
The artist of the piece says, "Everything seems absurd until we die and then it makes sense.”
Artist Julia Fox was honored to model for Close. Then, she says, he told her, "Your p***y looks delicious."
Museum educators are grappling with the future of art history's problematic faves.
Putin is depicted as a superhero, Santa Claus, a Roman emperor and animal lover.
"Therese Dreaming" is "evocative" and disturbing, petition says.