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Criminal Core in the Republican Party

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Criminal Core in the Republican Party

238 East 24 St
10010 New York
NY

October 28th, 2015 - November 25th, 2015
Opening: October 28th, 2015 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

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bronx
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norm@creongallery.com
PHONE:  
646.265.5508
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Donald Trump: "I will tell you that our system is broken, I gave to many people before this - before two months ago I was a businessman.  I give to everybody.  When they call, I give.  And you know what, when I need something from them two years later, three years later, I call them.  They are there for me.  That's a broken system."  Since 2012, Trump has donated $463,450 to Republicans and $3,500 to Democrats.

Convicted: Petraeus, Libby, Traficant, Watt, Abrams, Deaver, Butz, Mitchell, Agnew, Nixon

Savings and Loan scandal ($1.4 trillion bailout): Charles Keating, when asked if massive lobbying efforts had influenced government officials, replied "I certainly hope so."

Ninety percent of the corporations that were criminally convicted between 1989 and 2000 donated overwhelmingly to the Republican Party in 2012  . . . Regan's October Surprise . . . Cheney and Rumsfeld's Waterboarding . . . Bush's Invasion of Iraq  . . . 

"Eins' apple is the one that Einstein threw on Newton's head."  ARTFORUM
"Otherworldly"  artnet
"Utopian"  Art in America
"All together an idea man"  New York Times
OneUnoEins.com

Eins is the founder and director of FASHION MODA an ongoing cultural concept. It's been 30 years since the 1980 Graffiti show at FASHION MODA and nearly 30 years since Jenny Holzer first collaborated with Lady Pink. In this exhibition, Eins, a pioneer, continues trail blazing. Here the mammalian instinct to play and create, essential for the survival of the species, is unfettered by regulations and restrictive social patterns.

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