Art And Response

Glenn Beck & Michael D’Antuono – The Politics Of Art‬

January 5th, 2013

Here’s a short clip from Michael’s appearance on Glenn Beck’s show. You can see the entire interview on the press page

Controversy at Boston Exhibit

November 28th, 2012

NBC News | Artist under scrutiny for Obama painting
A painting titled “The Truth” draws protests from Christians. WHDH’s Jonathan Hall reports.[source]

Is Stephen Colbert Unbalanced?

June 15th, 2012

That is the question a number of people are asking since he has not as yet given equal time to the progressive leaning artist Michael D’Antuono after devoting over five minutes of air time to conservative artist Jon McNaughton on The Colbert Report. Okay, full disclosure, the progressive leaning artist is me and the people asking are mainly family members.

The artist’s (me) campaign demanding equal time was kicked off with an entertaining YouTube video  featuring an eclectic mix of characters calling on Colbert to be fair.

You can better serve Democracy (and take the “starving” out of starving artist) by posting the video on Colbert’s Facebook page or Tweet him ‪@ColbertReport to demand Colbert give D’Antuono (again, me) equal time. Do it for the children (my children).

The Art Of Corpacracy

March 22nd, 2012

With Corporate personhood, bailouts, tax breaks for the rich and entitlement cuts for the rest, one thing is clear, class warfare has been waged. Armed only with brush and canvas, artist, Michael D’Antuono fights back, by creating art that exposes the government’s servitude to the corporate elite. The rich and powerful use their vast resources to unfairly rig the system against the working man, thus monopolizing wealth and opportunity. Join the fight against them by sharing this video with as many people to raise awareness and motivation.

The Art and the Response to the provocative art of Michael D’Antuono.

June 6th, 2011

The Art and the Response to the provocative art of Michael D’Antuono.

DAntuono On Healthcare

October 16th, 2009

Michael D’Antuono’s 30 second commercial for healthcare reform. A daughter asks tough questions to her protesting father. Tag line: Get Facts … Not Fear.