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Cancel Culture: Portraits of Knight Landesman, Jordan Peterson, Steve Bannon, Kanye West, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Kevin Spacey, "Papa" John Schnatter, Roger Goodell, Joi Ito, and Harvey Weinstein

Illiberal Media: Portraits of Brett Stephens, Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr., Ross Douthat, Rachel Maddow, Maggie Haberman, Noah Oppenheim, Glenn Greenwald, Seth Abramson, Nate Silver, and Bill Maher

Conservative Media: Portraits of Tucker Carlson, Rupert Murdoch, Sean Hannity, Steve Doocy, Lachlan Murdoch, Ainsley Earhardt, Meghan McCain, Bill Kristol, Andrew Sullivan, and Alex Jones

Neo-illiberals: Portraits of Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Pete Buttigieg, Rahm Emanuel, Hunter Biden, Amy Klobuchar, Justin Trudeau, Emmanuel Macron, Chelsea Clinton, and Andrew Yang

Neo/Paleo Conservatives: Portraits of Jared Kushner, Ivanka Trump, Donald Trump, Stephen Miller, Lindsey Graham, Mitch McConnell, Rudy Giuliani, Brett Kavanaugh, John Bolton, and Boris Johnson

(There are no) Good Richies: Bill Gates, Michael Bloomberg, Jeff Bezos, Tom Steyer, Mark Zuckerberg, Laurene Powell Jobs, Jack Dorsey, Agnes Gund, Darren Walker, and Bob Iger

Terrible Richies: Portraits of Betsy Devos, Richard Devos, Louise Linton, Steven Mnuchin, Leon Black, Chase Koch, Leon Cooperman, Richard Sackler, Joe Ricketts, and Peter Thiel

 

The artist of “Boob Jubilee,” William Powhida, would like to thank The Center for Bourgeoisie Studies (CfBS) for their research assistance.

William Powhida is an artist who makes fun of the art world. His most recent exhibition Complicities was selected by New York Times art critic Holland Cotter as one of the best New York gallery exhibitions of 2019. He is currently looking for a job.

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