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Andy Warhol, Last Supper , Synthetic polymer paint on canvas , 1986

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NEYSA MAGANA
The reason I chose this art over the others was because it seemed to have a propaganda story behind it. In this art you have a very famous historical event the “Last Supper” drawn in black and white. Then you have the recognizable symbol of Dove soap in purple also the H symbol which I think is for kitchen supplies and you see also 59 cents. To me it feels like the artist wants to tell us that the Last Supper is also part of this huge propaganda. That were even trying to sell religion to people and we don’t have to believe or buy into it just because it looks good. I think this is a memorable piece of art because the Last Supper is already a recognizable art and the fact that it has recognizable symbols it really makes you think why the artist would do this is the purpose.

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