Michael D'Antuono's Art And Response

Democracy’s Last Stand Hudson Art Exhibition

March 12th, 2020

Art Talk
April 3rd, 7-10pm
Ballroom at Club Helsinki Hudson
405 Columbia St., Hudson, NY.

Opening Reception
April 4th, 2020, 1pm
The Hudson Underground
137 Warren St Hudson, NY

Michael D’Antuono is often referred to as the Norman Rockwell of the Resistance. This special event will include a presentation and discussion with the artist, video screening of Michael’s projects and introduction of “The Plot to Destroy American” by Author, Malcolm Nance. This event will serve as the Official Launch Party for the Exhibition.


1 Painting Causes 4 Controversies

January 4th, 2018


How much impact on can one piece of art have? Primarily through news clips, this video explores several controversies across the country in response to Michael D’Antuono’s provocative painting depicting the rampant racism that’s deeply embedded in our criminal justice system, “A Tale of Two Hoodies.” The video covers eBay’s banning of the piece when the artist attempted to auction it to benefit the Trayvon Martin Foundation in response to eBay allowing George Zimmerman’s to auction his painting for $100,000. The video also covers the firing of an Arizona high school social studies teacher over her including the piece in a final exam. Then the video takes us to Kentucky and Colorado where students were bullied to remove their homages to D’Antuono’s piece from public exhibition.

Diversity Rally

May 17th, 2017

Black InJustice America (Trailer)

August 9th, 2016

Land of the free? Justice for all? Michael D’Antuono’s short film offers a different perspective, exposing the the deep-rooted racism permeating the criminal justice system in 21st century America. This aim of this film is to elicit enough empathy, outrage and shame to inspire us as a nation to live up to that pledge. The film includes frank interviews with Russell Simmons, Corey Booker, Van Jones, Michael Steele and other notable African Americans concerning their experiences growing up black in America.  (more…)


April 5th, 2016

DPS student asks that her controversial artwork be taken down

April 5th, 2016

A painting, by a tenth grader at the Kunsmiller Creative Arts Academy, sparks outrage with her work that depicts a police officer wearing a KKK hood. VIA: The Denver Post