Lesson: Elizabeth Peyton: The Self in the Other's Image: Portraiture and Identity

Art, identity, and an imaginary community, three components that should make for an interesting lesson. Critical thinkers explore and evaluate the work of contemporary artist, Elizabeth Peyton. They discuss her use of subject and art to express personal identity. They choose a portrait they like and write a response telling the story of the subject that they see in the portrait. 

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