“The Berlin Wall was interesting because there was this group of East Germans that were sitting, protesting. The wall is on the side of East Germany—or it was. So they can actually capture you if you’re within like 10 or 15 feet of the wall.
“…The day that you don’t have any Republican friends, or you don’t have any Christian friends, or you don’t have any Muslim friends, that you only have, like, artists-from-New-York-City friends, then I think you have a problem.”
Now that President Bush has made his final grope for the exit, The Rumpus asks a few artists, curators and friends to tell us which work of art best personifies the Bush legacy for them. (On the left Robert Arneson’s “General Nuke”)