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An article by Hillary Clinton from Vanity Fair, 2013. Under the AIE government program, these 13 artists were specifically selected and recognized by Hillary Clinton's State Department to have their artwork displayed in American embassies and consulates.
vanityfair.com/news/politics/…
Here is the State Department write up of the event, with some photographs. To most, this will be familiar, as one of the 13 artists is Marina Abramovic, whose background has been detailed thoroughly through anon research. Jeff Koons made the list as well.
art.state.gov/portfolio/hill…
The 13 artists, from L to R- Cai Guo-Qiang, Kiki Smith, Shahzia Sikander, Marina Abramović, Carrie Mae Weems, Nick Cave, Pedro Reyes, Fred Tomaselli, Jeff Koons, Jenny Holzer, Julie Mehretu, Jim Drain, and Seton Smith.
Some background on each of the 13 follows.
Cai Guo-Chiang
Under normal circumstances, I probably wouldn't mind this guy's art. He does a lot with gunpowder. He is one of the more subtle artists of the group, yet the dark, subliminal tones persist.
Kiki Smith
Kiki has been a successful artist for decades, and from what I can tell, it's ALL like what you see here. What are the odds that both Smith and Abramovic just happened to be selected out of only 13 artists, and by Hillary's State Department?
Shahzia Sikander
Very cosmic and colorful. Ethereal, symbol oriented. Not terribly subversive, but certainly supernaturally inspired. Not bad stuff, but when included in this group, the symbolism stands out.
Marina Abramovic should need no introduction at this point. Chief spirit cooker to the stars, eat the pain, Podesta emails... reminder, she's in her 70s.
Carrie Mae Weems
Very afrocentric and slavery/oppression oriented.
This one puzzled me, until I started to see this style as flavor labels, because of the MELANIN thing... Creepy.
Nick Cave
Lots of arms and hands from this guy. The pink bunny boy is over the top.
Pedro Reyes
Lots and lots of guns, an Owl, and a logo for the "People's U.N.", a hand with an all seeing eye in the palm.
Fred Tomaselli
This guy isn't even trying to hide his symbolism. Check out how the honeycombs look like DNA helixes...
Mating Ball is basically a serpent orgy.
Reminder that these "artists" are/were hand picked by the US State Department.
Jeff Koons recently sold a metal rabbit sculpture for 91.1 million dollars. Lots of bunnies, some light pin up stuff. He has a whole collection of balloon animal sculptures. A Rothschild piece, signed by both Koons and Philippe de Rothschild.
Jenny Holzer
Just blunt force Luciferian doctrine, nothing more. Most of it isnt even art, it's just dark thoughts in text. They're like Cabal memes.
Julie Mehretu
Her art is terrible, yet she still manages to hit some cabal preferences. It's actually all abstract and busy, like 100 subway maps laid over each other. She's kind of the outlier of the group.
Jim Drain
Butterflies, flowers, children, gardens... if you didn't understand the symbolism, this wouldn't even make you think twice.
Seton Smith, sister of Kiki Smith, both lived a "bohemian childhood" as daughters of famous sculptor Tony Smith.
If they're not witches, the Wall Street Journal could have picked a different photo that didn't make them look like witches. The kindred spirits thing doesn't help.
Let's have another look at Seton's sister Kiki.
Language of the Birds: Occult and Art- 100 years of occult art, from ceremonial magician Aleister Crowley and the adored cult films of Kenneth Anger to the sprawling contemporary work of Kiki Smith.
observer.com/2016/01/occult…
One of Kiki's more popular works, "Lilith", posed and looking like Mystique from X men.
Lilith was allegedly Adam's first wife. A female demon, basically.
Kiki is one of 5 women profiled in the 2009 documentary Our City Dreams, directed by Chiara Clemente. Marina Abramovic was another of the five. Small world, I guess. Abramovic and Smith seem to orbit each other.
Here are some selections from Kiki's Pinterest.
She has 300k followers.
Dinner chairs around a casket, wolves, bunnies, and eyes.
I checked Kiki's Instagram, as well.
I put the spiderweb one in because I like it (Louise Bourgeois?) The rest is just twisted and sick. It wasn't a phase- ALL her art is along these lines or worse.
We see Kiki at Rothschild Galleries, Rockefeller Ceremonies, Seagram Building- (NXIVM, perhaps?) and U.S. Embassies. She has displayed her art in every major museum, and she was still affiliated with State Department programs as of 2016. She is a professor at NYU and Columbia.
Some screencaps from Getty Images- Rothschilds, Rockefellers, Michael Stipe, and our omnipresent cabal accessory Waris Ahluwalia. Also pictured is Chiara Clemente, director of the Our City Dreams documentary.
Notice the one in black and white with all the rabbits?
Violence, blood, body parts, mythos, animism, demons- just like Marina Abramovic, and at pretty much an equal if not greater scope of influence and exposure. Both women are part of Hillary's 13 member art coven.
The AIE quick rundown, for reference.
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