Michael D'Antuono's Art And Response

D’Antuono Storms Politicon

November 2nd, 2015

Artist Michael D’Antuono making new fans out of Daily Show host, Trevor Noah, former presidential candidate, Dennis Kucinich, former chairman of the Republican National Committee, Michael Steele, several political pundits, television stars and regular folk at the inaugural Politicon event.

On this video, you’ll see Cenk Uygur, former MSNBC host and co-founder of The Young Turks, Touree of MSNBC’s “The Cycle,” Daily Show correspondent, Jordan Klepper, co-host of Newsmax TV’s “The Daily Wrap, Rick Ungar and others reacting to Michael D’Antuono’s provocative political paintings.  (more…)

Conversations Compilation

August 11th, 2015

Some clips & quips of controversial artist/activist Michael D’Antuono on Marc Maron’s and Glenn Beck’s shows and other events. While these clips reveal the more humorous side of the controversial political artist, it quickly becomes apparent that his sardonic wit is as sharp as his provocative art.

His banter with Glenn Beck and Marc Maron along with his observations on sociopolitical issues show some insight into the mind of an artist who’s work has grabbed headlines and sparked public discourse about racism, capitalism, corporatism, climate change, outsourcing, income inequality and other hot-button issues.

Corporate Greed – Turns Out – Not So Good

November 12th, 2014

Remember all those long torturous hours as a child playing Monopoly? One kid (Mr. Moneybags) would buy all the utilities or matching properties, creating monopolies and quadrupling the rents and fees on everyone else. If you weren’t Mr. Moneybags holding all the cards, you inevitably lost everything. It seems like a whole generation of moneybags grew up to live by that “winner take all/greed is good” ideology. (more…)

April 11th, 2014

Marc interviews New York artist Michael D’Antuono who unveils his controversial Obama painting on the show

Gun Control & the Art of Michael D’Antuono

February 28th, 2014

I was honored to speak and display my gun control paintings yesterday at the Mom’s Demand Action event at the Towne Crier. Peter Yarrow of Peter, Paul & Mary performed. I only wish Pete Seeger were alive to perform as he had planned.

The Art Of Clean Energy

April 23rd, 2013

A few words about art and energy independence at the art exhibition “Petroleum Paradox.”

Transcript of the speech: I painted these paintings Dependence and Independence, to emphasize the contrast of our possible futures depending on which path decide to take concerning our energy needs.

We can continue down the path of using fossil fuels, and endure the consequences for as long as we can, or we can develop renewable clean energy technologies so we can stop destroying the very earth we depend upon for our survival.  (more…)