Barbara Kruger Art

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Rizzoli recently published a retrospective volume on conceptual artist Barbara Kruger. She has stayed busy since the Seventies creating an indigenous American form of public feminist art. Design Graphique, Art Graphique, Pop Art, Protest Art, Protest Posters, Illustrator, Political Art, Political Posters, Feminist Art

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Barbara Kruger, Untitled (Your Body is a Battleground), 1989. “Barbara Kruger was born in Newark, New Jersey, in 1945. After attending Syracuse University, the School of Visual Arts, and studying art...

Untitled (The future belongs to those who can see it), 1997 silkscreen on vinyl overall: x cm x 60 in.) From the Chris and Dori Carter Collection © Barbara Kruger Barbara Kruger Art, Jenny Holzer, Photomontage, Neo Conceptual Art, Political Art, Feminist Art, Foto Art, Art Graphique, Grafik Design

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Beautiful women, pretty boys, movies, fashion and fandom with tag commentary by myself, lesbian witch, aged out fangirl and shady queen. In a past life, I was suicideblonde.

My Barbara Kruger Inspired Work. Barbara Kruger Art, A Level Photography, Political Art, A Level Art, Feminist Art, Gcse Art, Human Condition, Art Graphique, Art Design

the idea of people in todays society not being able to tell the difference of real and fake because no one excepts how they naturally look so they feel the need to change the way they look.

Your comfort is my Silence, 1981 // by Barbara Kruger. Conceptual artist and collagist. Known for her black/white/red propaganda posters, as well as her use of "We" "You" "I" etc, to create a stronger message. Protest Kunst, Protest Art, Protest Signs, Jenny Holzer, Barbara Kruger Art, Art Conceptual, Pop Art, My Silence, Literary Criticism

Your comfort is my Silence by Barbara Kruger

Your comfort is my Silence by Barbara Kruger.

Find the latest shows, biography, and artworks for sale by Barbara Kruger. Best known for laying aggressively directive slogans over black-and-white photogra… Contemporary Photography, Contemporary Art, White Photography, Barbara Kruger Art, Nova Jersey, Political Art, Political Slogans, Diane Arbus, Whitney Museum

In the Tower: Barbara Kruger

A focused exhibition of Kruger’s conceptual work of related images of faces and figures in profile over which striking phrases and figures of speech are superimposed. Active verbs and personal pronouns contrast with selected images of side-glancing figures, receiving and averting the viewer’s gaze.

Barbara Kruger Calls Trump a Loser With 'New York Magazine' Cover Barbara Kruger Art, Louis Kahn, 10 Film, Magazine Front Cover, Magazin Covers, The Face, Mental Training, Political Art, Montage Photo

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