Hunter Biden is back in the Big Apple. His latest work will be featured at a New York show alongside some of the art world’s most famous abstract painters.
Group exhibition “Bridging the Abstract” opens April 6 at Georges BergpictureThe Soho gallery includes some of the eldest son’s latest works, along with paintings by Elaine de Kooning and Helen Frankenthaler.
Biden, 53, will attend the opening ceremony as a Republican-led House committee investigates business dealings by the Biden family for alleged tax evasion, money laundering and law violations, sources say Saturday. told the Post to. Lobbying Law.
Over the past few months, investigators have requested details of collectors who have paid for Hunter’s art worth between $75,000 and $500,000.
They sent two letters to William Pittard of the Berg familypictures Gallery’s Washington, DC attorney wants answers.
Other artists featured in Bridging the Abstract include Los Angeles-based contemporary painter Todd Williamson and Japanese artist Hisako Kobayashi, who lives in the East Village.
American Abstract Expressionist painter Franken Thaler died in Connecticut in 2011.
Landscape and portrait artist Elaine de Kooning married Willem de Kooning, a Dutch-American abstract expressionist painter.
She died in Southampton, New York in 1989.
In a second letter sent to Pittard earlier this month, the commission asked for the identity of anyone who had purchased Hunter’s work in the past.
In a March 24 response seen by the Post on Tuesday, Pittard is now writing to correct the commission’s “inaccuracies” described by Berg.pictures obstructs the investigation by refusing to reveal the name of the purchaser.
The latest letter suggests drawing Bergpictures to an investigation of the Biden family’s finances could constitute “constitutional excesses.”
“Mr. Bergès has not refused to respond or cooperate,” Pittard wrote, noting that the committee called on Biden and his attorney Abbe David Lowell to formulate “an appropriate move forward.” I added that I should ask.
Additional reporting by Joaquin Contreras