Man At the Crossroads

In 1934, Rivera completed his Rockefeller Mural in the Palacio de Bella Artes, Mexico City. He entitled it, "Man, Controller of the Universe," and not only kept the portrait of Lenin, but added a portrait of Trotsky, and a portrait Nelson Rockefeller himself, enjoying a drink in the nightclub scene below the hovering syphilis cells.

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Workers arriving at a true understanding of their rights regarding the means of production, which has resulted in the planning of the liquidation of Tyranny, personified by a crumbling statue of Caesar, whose head has fallen to the ground figure of Lenin, symbolically clasping the hands of a black American and a white Russian soldier and workers Man at the Crossroads night-club scene of the debauched rich battlefield with men in the holocaust of war