Andy Warhol’s Jewish Nose Job

Image and caption from ATTACK! tabloid issue No. 8, 1971:

This Andy Warhol advertisement for a Jewish nose job, titled “Before and After”
was auctioned off in New York last month. An “art” collector paid $21,000 for it
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Comment by Will White Williams:

Readers who are familiar with the big Best of ATTACK! and National Vanguard tabloid-sized book will recognize the image and its caption, above, from page one of that volume.

I remember doing Google image searches for Before and After in the past and not finding anything. I’d never seen this “anti-Semitic” image anywhere else except in the BANV until recently in another Google search.

The painting was executed by Warhol in 1962 from a slightly different version he did in 1961. Both versions exhibited together in a photograph here.

The painting is now owned by the Museum Of Modern Art (MOMA), gifted by the Hollywood Jew/queer David Geffen in 1995.

While on the subject of Jews and Modern “art,” among his many other modern “art” pieces, collector Geffen also sold Jackson Pollock’s lovely drip splatter “No. 5, 1948” for $140 million through a Sotheby’s auction in 2006, making it the most expensive painting ever sold at that time. Geffen had purchased the piece from another Jew, publishing magnate S.I. Newhouse, Jr., and reportedly sold it to Mexican mega-billionaire David Martinez Guzman.

The genius Pollack at work

Modern Art: Jewish at its core, just as Tom Wolfe pointed out in his The Painted Word, the first book I ever purchased from Dr. William Pierce’s National Vanguard Books back around 1990. Though not a Jew, Pollack, a flaming alcoholic, was married to one, Lee Krasner, and promoted heavily by other Jews like “art” critics Harold Rosenberg, Leo Steinberg, and Clement Greenberg and “art” dealer Peggy Guggenheim. Wolfe described the nearly totally Jewish modern “art” scene as “Cultureburg.”


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