This week, Inside the Hive funeral Joe Hagan and Emily Jane Fox explore the intersection of art and politics, discuss Hagan’s recent profile of Hollywood directors and democratic socialists Adam McKay, and Fox’s new profile belong to Biden Hunter, son of the president of the United States, who pursued painting and developed a lucrative career in the shadow of moral questions and his own bad personal history. A person who wants to change the world with movies; others wish the world would just leave him alone. An exclusive look behind the stories.
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https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2021/12/should-hunter-biden-be-selling-paintings-for-300k Should Hunter Biden sell his paintings for $300,000?