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See Donald Trump as a Demon, Piñata and Literal Baboon's Ass


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JT Steiny has a lot to say about Donald Trump. In an interview published earlier this week, the artist explained, “I'm sure it's all redundant and everybody is sick of hearing it, but the fact that this guy could make millions of people dislike other millions of people and bring it all to the surface, single-handedly like that, is just crazy.” He could go on, but ultimately his art speaks louder than words. His series of paintings of Trump — which feature the Republican nominee gripping his tiny penis, being pissed on by a crowd of people and having sex with himself from behind — are a harsh indictment of a man Steiny says is “exposing who we are.” 

His Trump-centric solo show “Oh My” opens at Daniel Rolnik Gallery in Pasadena with a daylong event on Saturday, Aug. 13.