Gender is irrelevant, Barbara Kruger
Barbara Kruger – “The Future Belongs to Those Who Can See It”
This is called Untitled (You are not yourself), by Barbara Kruger, This is another edited image by here with a very direct message addressing feminism.
The concept of groupthink, or group decision making to stifle creativity, is becoming more and more prevalent in our modern society. Especially with the invention of the cubicle, workers seem to no longer be individuals, just another worker.
Barbara Kruger, Harper’s Bazaar, 1994 - personality disorder/eating disorder/peoples judgements on other people= disorder within society.
Barbara Kruger, Untitled (Your comfort is my silence), 1981 photograph and type on paper 10 x 7 inches x cm)
barbara kruger - Best of lo mejor - Feminist - art
by Barbara Kruger
Barbara Kruger goes amish
Barbara Kruger, Untitled (Your fictions become history), 1983 photograph and type on paper 9 x 6 inches x cm)
Classic poster from collage artist Barbara Kruger "Your body is a battleground"
Barbara Kruger - Research on the style of type for image with text postcard.
Barbara Kruger It’s a small world but not if you have to clean it, Collection Museum of Contemporary Art, CA.
One of those weeks. Barbara Kruger, Untitled (Are We Having Fun Yet? I see the above image every day outside a colleague’s office, but today, the word-image resonates.
Untitled (Money can buy you love) by Barbara Kruger · 1985
Fem Art: Denmark: Barbara Kruger: Gender Through Text
Barbara Kruger, post modernism of resistance.
Barbara Kruger 'Untitled (Your Body Is A Battleground)' 1989 photographic silkscreen on vinyl × cm
Barbara Kruger a trigger in her own constellation used smart and meaningful captions with a photo behind them to represent something