Art Exhibit Shows Ivanka Trump Lookalike Vacuuming Up Crumbs

Sergio Cunningham
February 8, 2019

Ivanka Trump and her brothers are responding to a new art exhibit that portrays the presidential daughter vacuuming crumbs. "This is supposed party of women, the Democrats, and the far left, and Hollywood, to do something like this..."

While speaking about the exhibit, Rubell, who is a New York-based conceptual artist, said in an interview, "Here is what's complicated: We enjoy throwing the crumbs for Ivanka to vacuum".

A description of the work calls Trump a "contemporary feminine icon".

Lara Trump's claim that Ivanka "has done arguably more for women in this country than nearly anyone else" comes the day after civil rights icon Rosa Parks would have turned 106 years old. The public is encouraged to "throw crumbs onto the carpet, watching as Ivanka elegantly vacuums up the mess, her smile never wavering".

Eric Trump claimed on Fox his sister is a "powerful woman who has done more for women than probably anybody in Washington D.C".

But the First Daughter, 37, was not impressed by the installation and tweeted: 'Women can choose to knock each other down or build each other up.

"The viewer throwing crumbs, and Ivanka vacuuming them, is not a stand-in for one feeling, one relationship or one point of view toward this powerful and sexualized female form", the website says.

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A large text description of the work hanging on the gallery wall describes Ivanka Trump as "a figure whose public persona incorporates an nearly comically wide range of feminine identities - daughter, wife, mother, sister, model, working woman, blonde".

"Think about that hypocrisy", Trump added. I choose the latter, ' the president's daughter and advisor wrote.

Trump quote-tweeted a write-up by The Hill on the exhibit.

Eric Trump (pictured) defended his sister and criticized the exhibition, saying she 'has done more for women than anyone in Washington D.C'. "Most women clearly lean toward one side or the other in their self-presentation". This is something women struggle with, and her conclusion is unusual and interesting.

Visitors to the Washington DC gallery throw crumbs for the model to clean.

White House senior adviser Ivanka Trump is the subject of an art installation. This isn't art - it's sexism'.

The exhibit, featured at CulturalDC's Flashpoint Gallery, describes Ivanka as possessing an "almost comically wide range of feminine identities".

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