So What! Hunter Biden’s “Art Exhibit” In SoHo Draws Small Crowd And No Family Members.  

President Joe Biden hugs first lady Jill Biden, his son Hunter Biden and daughter Ashley Biden after being sworn-in during the 59th Presidential Inauguration at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2021.(AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

You know how a mom and dad are so proud of their kid when he paints a pretty picture during art class that they post it on their refrigerator? 

Yeah, this isn’t one of those stories. 

The accidental artist, Hunter Biden, had a showing in a SoHo art gallery of his paintings and let’s just say the crowd was sparse.  Almost non-existent, and mommy and daddy Jill and Joe Biden didn’t even bother to show up. 

It was invitation only at the Georges Berges Gallery in New York City, and most of the people who had invites had something better to do.

The owner of the gallery, Georges Berges, who earlier made news for a multi million dollar bailout loan he received from the government to pay employees salaries during the pandemic even though he only had a couple employees had this to say about the not showing. 

“It’s unfortunate that a father or mother can’t see his work, but it’s the times we live in and it’ll become a distraction.”

In a New York Post story, the reporter who covered the gallery event said most of the guests he talked to refused to give their name, or used a fake name. 

If you happen to be dying to see some of Hunter’s work, and you did not get an invite to this show, maybe you can find a way to get on the list for his next showing coming up in a couple weeks at Berges’ other gallery in Berlin. 

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