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The Pose

Trump’s pose can be read as a subversive play on a traditional power-portrait pose (look to Delaroche’s portrait of a defeated Napoleon for another wonderfully subversive take on the pose, though the tone there is elegiac as opposed to scheming).

© Le Gall 1990 / Reproduction rights: Musée de l'Armée - Paris

Napoleon I At Fontainebleau, 31 March, 1814 - Paul Delaroche

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In our post-monarchic time, the power of the throne is largely gone, but the power of a seated figure remains. The chair itself is unimportant, it is the act of sitting that matters. By placing a portrait in this tradition, the chair assumes the role of the throne, and the sitter the role of king (or queen) —the visual effect is the same.

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But, flip the image around, and suddenly we have a whole new set of connotations. On the Time cover, instead of seeing Trump head on and from below, we see him seated from behind and roughly at eye level. The power relation has shifted entirely.

Trump’s turn towards the camera renders the tone conspiratorial rather than judgmental. There are two images at play here — the imagined power-image taken from the front, and the actual image, in which Trump seems to offer the viewer a conniving wink, as if to say, look at how we hoodwinked those suckers in the front (both Trump and the viewer are looking down on those in front). By subverting the typical power dynamic, Time, in a sense, implicates the viewer in Trump’s election, in his being on the cover in the first place.

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Contemporary Arts Center 900 Camp Street New Orleans, LA 70130-3908

The CAC is located on Camp Street between Andrew Higgins Drive and St. Joseph Street in the New Orleans Warehouse Arts District, one block from Lee Circle and the Saint Charles streetcar line.

Gallery Hours Wednesday–Monday, 11am–5pm The last admission to the galleries is at 4:45pm.

The Cafe at the CAC Monday–Friday, 9am–5pm Saturday Sunday, 11am–5pm

Open during performances and events.

The Stacks, art design bookstore Monday–Friday,10am–5pm

Saturday - Sunday, 11am-5pm

Phone: (985) 306- 2916

Hours vary for performances, lectures, and special events. Call for holiday hours and closures.

View CAC Holiday Hours

Gallery Admission

$10 | General Admission*

$8 | Students Seniors*

FREE to CAC Members

FREE to Louisiana Residents on Sundays courtesy of The Helis Foundation

FREE to Children Students through Grade 12 and under at all times courtesy of The Helis Foundation

*Group Rates Parties of ten (10) or more get 10% off on admission prices.