ARTISTS EXPOSE THE DETEIORATION OF AMERICAN POLITICS IN ‘AMERICAN DOTARD’ EXHIBITION
World Money Gallery will be hosting “American Dotard”, a political art event that will showcase an expose of witty, cutting edge artists to express their opinion on the current political environment one year into the Trump administration.
“2017 has become quite a fascinating year when it comes to what we have witnessed in American politics after the ‘surprising’ results of the 2016 election,” says the curator of the show, Dan Alvarado. “All participating artists were asked to contribute to this show their concerns and the significant impact it has caused the country thanks to the 45th President of the United States and his Nationalist ideology.”
When asked about the title of the show, Dan’s response was, “We were all introduced to a word ‘dotard’ thanks to a feud between two thin-skinned leaders this year. Looking over all of the events that have happened this year within this country, I couldn’t think of a more fitting title to describe the deterioration of today’s political system.”
With well-known artists including Heath Kane, Nick C Kirk, Raul Barquet, Bart Vargas and more, this art exhibition that will be open from December 8-10 will attract political activists willing to challenge not only the 45th President, but all of the other issues within American politics.
“American Dotard” will be displayed the weekend of December 8-10 with the art reception occurring on December 8 from 6 pm - 10 pm.
Curated by: Dan Alvarado
Participating Artists: Heath Kane, Nick C Kirk, Raul Barquet, Bart Vargas, Christian Hooker, Dan Alvarado