Jenny Shimizu the previously used-up tomboy lesbian servant of Madonna is announcing to the world that she is now an official world renowned eccentric artist like Andy Warhol.
Her first art exhibition is being displayed at "The Museum of Modern Art" located at 11 West 53 Street New York, NY. Her exhibition is composed of only one painting done on clear glass instead of canvas which the museum has classified as realism. Realism is the visual arts in a style that depicts the actuality of what the eyes can see.
When Shimizu's art exhibit opened on its first day, she was there to greet visitors at the entrance. She signed autographs, answered questions and introduced the meaning of the only painting at her exhibition.
When she introduced her painting she said it was her inner most feminist view point against men. She explained her rebellious attitude towards men by saying she has always been a long time admirer of the feminist movement in Japan which she says began in 1919 with the creation of the "New Woman Association" founded by Ichikawa Fusae and Oku Mumeo.
When asked what the painting meant, she said it was about the life of George Takei who played the character Mr. Sulu in the Star Trek television series. She said the painting represents a glorification of feminist achievements against men.
She calls the painting "Mr. Sulu gaped by an Amazon kingdom". Amazons are a nation of all-female warriors in Classical and Greek mythology.
I asked her if she was a long time admirer of George Takei and she said, "No way!' 'Men are pigs and if I would've had any admiration for that guy, I would have dated him long ago and given him some desperately needed booty!'"