Prior to beginning work on this discussion forum, read Chapter 9 of the textbook. Select a work of art in which its purpose is to convey or engage with power or persuade.Your work of art should be one that you have not already examined elsewhere in this class, with the exception of the Week 3 assignment.Some examples can be found below:Kehinde Wiley, Napoleon Leading the Army over the AlpsAi Weiwei, Remembering and the Politics of DissentJacques-Louis David, Napoleon Crossing the AlpsVarvara Stepanova, The Results of the First Five-Year PlanProvide the title, artist, date, and place of the work, embedding it if possible.Explain the specific forms of power (individual leaders, ideologies, ethnic groups, beliefs, empires, or governments) the work is serving or challenging. For example, Jacques Louis David’s Napoleon Crossing the Alps is serving the power of Napoleon and the French Empire. Explain the messages being conveyed in the work. Explain how the artist uses materials, methods, and techniques, as well as symbolism and iconography to convey their message.
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