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Smithsonian Political Free-Speech Lawsuit Update & Pre-Art Show "The Good, The Bad And The Ugly" News Conference

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In person News Conference in Washington D.C. in front of the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery with Artist Julian Raven only a few hundred feet from where the Trump Portrait 'Unafraid And Unashamed' will be on display in the "Greatest (Portrait) Show On Earth" at the Center for Contemporary Political Art on G Street.

WASHINGTON - May 3, 2019 - TelAve -- Get the facts about the political 'free-speech' lawsuit against the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery, its Director Kim Sajet ect. by Artist Julian Raven and interact with the Artist in front of the gallery on Monday the 6th of May at 11:45 A.M.  Julian Raven will be having a news conference at the corner of  8th St. and G St.  on Paul Deveraux Way.

The Smithsonian lawsuit is currently on appeal at the Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.

"The Greatest (Portrait) Show On Earth." - Charles Krause, Gallery owner.

With the political 'free speech' federal lawsuit regarding the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery's refusal to show Artist Julian Raven's Trump portrait for the 2017 presidential inauguration, now into its third year, this upcoming and cutting edge political art show is about to open on May 8th 2019.

The location of the art show, literally a stone's throw away from the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery has created incredible artistic tension and curiosity as a pro-Trump vs. anti-Trump art show all by itself.  The presence of the Trump portrait, the subject of the ongoing free-speech lawsuit, going on display just down the street from the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery is enough to drive the interest through the roof!

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The Center For Contemporary Political Art, the brainchild of global and national political art curator Charles Krause, author and witness as a reporter for the Washington Post, of the book 'Guyana Massacre' and also author of 12 investigative articles into the Smithsonian Institution's corruption back in 1977, is the host for this super-charged political art show.

The two anti-Trump Artists, Tim Atsef and Jim Boden will 'bob 'n' weave', jab and hook, as they present the 'bad and ugly' Trump with a torrent of anti-Trump paintings and prints without apology. Raven will counter punch with 'Unafraid And Unashamed' the huge pro-Trump portrait at the center of the Smithsonian free speech lawsuit. Will Raven's uppercut be the knock-out punch?

"The Rumble in the Jungle" in 1974 between Ali and Frazier drew millions of viewers and became legendary in the boxing world.  Will this political art contest in Washington D.C. become known as "The Stomp in the Swamp!" as the artists slug it out on the canvas?

Which Trump will prevail in the 'Stomp in the Swamp', The Good, the Bad or the Ugly Trump?  With the intensity of the subject matter alone, this art show will have powerful dialogue all of its own, as only art can, without the artists even saying a word.

And yet, adding to this unprecedented creative dynamic, will be the 'artist talks' and face to face debates that will happen throughout the 7 week long show.(To be announced.)

Artist Julian Raven hopes that this event will demonstrate the marvelous speech freedoms we enjoy in the United States to all far and near, that allow 'We The People' to express ourselves as we think and feel regarding Donald Trump, the President of the United States of America and right here in Washington D.C, in a manner that is informative, passionate and yet respectful.

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"The Greatest (Portrait) Show On Earth" can be what our country is desperately in need of, a 'reset' of our dangerously divided political discourse!

Show promo video (Break-in-News:): "Smithsonian Portrait Gallery Says YES to Jim Carrey's Trump Portrait..."

Free Speech in the Smithsonian Controversy video.

Hatch Act Investigation/Smithsonian Director Kim Sajet Video

For more information about Artist Julian Raven: http://www.thetrumppainting.com

"The Good, The Bad and the Ugly - Portraits of Our (Unindicted) Leader" will open May 8th, 2019 at 6PM at 916 G Street NW, Washington D.C. 20001.

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