Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery Hypocrisy on Show At President's Gallery Exhibit- Trump Portrait 'TOO BIG' but HUGE Portrait Of Bill Clinton OK
Chuck Close's HUGE 'President Bill Clinton' portrait 108.5 x 84" (275.6 x 213.4cm) will be on show along with Director Kim Sajet's double standards & Anti-Trump Bias. The Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery standards has no 'size' requirement or size limitations for portraiture!
Kim Sajet's arbitrary objections and anti-Trump bias continued in an 11 minute phone call to the artist, which is now the subject of an ongoing Federal lawsuit in the District Court for the District of Columbia, in Washington D.C. Docket # 1:17-cv-01240-
On September the 22nd, 2017 the 'President's Gallery' will re-open at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery which includes the huge 7x9 foot Chuck Close portrait 'William Jefferson Clinton'.
Please see Washington Post's article; https://www.washingtonpost.com/
September 23rd, 2017 is the date the Department of Justice, represented by Assistant United States Attorney, Marina Utgoff Braswell, is due to respond to the allegations brought by Artist Julian Raven.
Representing himself, 'pro se', artist Julian Raven already had the case transferred from the United States Court of Federal Claims due to jurisdictional issues. The presiding Judge, the honorable Victor J. Wolski, ordered the transfer (http://www.unafraid-
The case is now in the hands of the former FISA Court Judge, the honorable District Court Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly and the jury, once the case goes to trial.
For the whole story please go to:
Complaint Details: http://www.unafraid-
Federal Order: http://www.unafraid-