If you are unable to come to UMMA in person due to illness, quarantine, etc., you can choose a work from this set of surrealist and surrealist-adjacent pieces from the UMMA collection. 
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Copyright
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Last Supper

Accession Number
2004/2.9

Title
Last Supper

Artist(s)
Anthony Goicolea

Artist Nationality
Cuban

Object Creation Date
1999

Medium & Support
dye destruction print on paper

Dimensions
40 in x 77 in (101.6 cm x 195.6 cm)

Subject matter
This photograph by Anthony Goicolea is an early work from the series "You and What Army," in which Giocolea uses techniques and themes that he has developed throughout his career. He digitally alters images, placing himself in a single image multiple times. The artist serves as makeup artist, costume designer, set designer, and editor of each image, transforming himself into an adolescent boy. In this image, Giocolea recalls Leonardo's Last Supper without the Christ figure. Here, the boys wear identical, ambigious uniforms based on those worn in Catholic schools.

Physical Description
A photograph of eight boys, all of which are the same person, voraciously eating a loaf of white bread off a rock in a forest.

Primary Object Classification
Photograph

Collection Area
Photography

Rights
If you are interested in using an image for a publication, please visit http://umma.umich.edu/request-image for more information and to fill out the online Image Rights and Reproductions Request Form.

Keywords
Nature
appropriation (imagery)
boys
bread
costumes (character dress)
eating
forests (cultural landscapes)
rock (inorganic material)
self-portraits

& Author Notes

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