According to The Washington Post, trump has asked the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in new York a van Gogh to embed in the White house. But the Museum has offered Trump a better option — the Golden bowl.
Originally Donald trump had planned to place at his residence painting “Landscape with snow”, painted by Vincent van Gogh in 1888. But the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, where are exhibited the picture, refused the President, proposing instead a picture of the work of the contemporary artist Maurizio Cattelan — toilet “America” in 18-carat gold.
“I would like to offer it to the White house for long-term loan. This, of course, extremely valuable, and quite fragile, but we will provide all the instructions for installation and care,” — commented the decision Cattelan.
At that time, as President of the United States thinks about art, the representative of his wife “bounces” from the rumors about his infidelity. Press Secretary to the first lady of the United States Stephanie Grisham on his Twitter page called rumors of family problems of the presidential couple “completely false” and hinted that the spouses not to hurt such statements.
“List of bad and flat false reports about Mrs. trump, published in periodicals and television shows, was leaked to the message “main thread”. She (Melania trump) is focused on his family and the role of first lady, not on unrealistic scenarios, daily spread fake news,” writes Grisham.
The President’s wife not far from the art and shares instagram photos from her trip to the Holocaust Museum. On January 27 the world celebrates the international day of remembrance of the victims of the Holocaust, in honor of what the US first lady Melania trump visited the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington.
“My thoughts and prayers are with the people whose lives and families were destroyed by the horrors of the Holocaust. My heart is with you. We remember,” said trump during the event.
A few hours later the first lady posted on his Twitter page some photos taken in the Museum, and noted that her visit was “a powerful and emotional tour of the place, which gives an idea about the tragedy and consequences of the Holocaust.”