First Conservative Pro-Trump Art Show in Nation Opens Saturday October 8th in Brooklyn #DaddyWillSaveUs
Lucian Wintrich Announces First Major Conservative Art Event In New York City on October 8th
Lucian Wintrich hit the conservative scene in a major way with the soft premiere of his Pro-Trump photo series at the Wake Up! Party at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland in July.
Because of his support for Donald Trump Lucian was threatened, harassed and then fired from his job for supporting Donald Trump for President.
Lucian was fired soon after displaying ‘Twinks for Trump’ art show at RNC Convention.
Lucian refuses to be silent. He is not backing down.
In fact, Lucian doubled down. Wintrich is planning the first conservative pro-Trump art show in America.
The show is planned for October 8th in Brooklyn.
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Milo Yiannopoulos and Vice co-founder Gavin McInnes among participating artists in first ever pro-Trump gallery exhibition.
NEW YORK, September 26th — Lucian Wintrich’s sensual “Twinks4Trump” photographs featured at the Republican National Convention have attracted international attention and outrage within the LBGT community. The series of photographs feature thin, hairless, scantily clad young men wearing “Make America Great Again” hats.
Following the success of Wintrich’s photo series, he has scouted other conservative artists and performers across America to submit additional pieces to the first ever curated conservative art show in America, #DaddyWillSaveUs.
The opening for #DaddyWillSaveUs will be held at 191 North, 14th Street, Brooklyn, New York October 8th startingat 8pm ET.
Headlining speakers and contributors for the opening include outspoken gay conservative Milo Yiannopoulos and Viceco founder Gavin McInnes. Additional contributors include Martin Shkreli, David Angelo, Francis Legge, James O’Keefe, the Godesky Brothers, Jon Proby, Sebastian Sommer, and more.
“I think this exhibition will fight the dogma of a single accepted political ideology among artists and the creative class as a whole,” said Wintrich, the New York City resident behind Twinks4Trump.
“I lost my job, received copious death threats, and to add insult to injury, close to a hundred people unfriended me on Facebook. Folks can’t handle that I’m a Trump supporter with immaculate taste.”
Wintrich’s photographs were originally featured at a sold-out event, “Wake Up” organized by gay Trump supporters to draw attention to the threat of Islamism as a gay rights issue following the massacre of 49 at a gay nightclub in Orlando.
Full, large format prints of Wintrich’s work will be available at silent auction at the exhibition, with 30% of proceeds doing to American Military Partner Association, the nation’s largest organization for the partners, spouses, and families of America’s LGBT service members.