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Havem can wait we're only watching the skies. Hoping for the best but expecting the worst. You going to drop the bomb or not? Can you imagine when this race is won? Lucas Pierre Anthonyny Hermógenes de Morais
Barbara Kruger Revisits a 40-Year-Old Series That’s as Relevant as Ever
Mary Boone Gallery looks back at an unsettling prescient body of work from 1978 that looks like it could have been made this year.
Barbara Kruger - Photographer
The contemporary artist Barbara Kruger is a photographer who at times used a mixture of mediums to present her works of art. Barbara Kruger was born on January 26, 1945, in New Jersey, U. S. A. She started her career as a graphic designer and later...
Juxtapoz Magazine - Barbara Kruger @ Kunsthaus Bregenz
We are just getting around to showing Barbara Kruger's massive installation, exhibition, and public art project surrounding her museum retrospecti...
Barbara Kruger Assignment
1. What do you see in this piece of art (describe it)? In this piece I see a historic statue looking over a man texting someone, or maybe he's checking his email on his blackberry. It seems like the man is ignoring the statue or oblivious of it's presence. His mind is completely absorbed in what he is doing. 2. What kind of message is the artist giving in this piece of art? I think the message mocks the change society has gone through with quickly developing technology, and the change in…
Barbara Kruger is an American Conceptual artist known for her combination of type and image that conveys a direct feminist cultural critique. View Barbara Kruger’s 493 artworks on artnet. Find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks for sale, the latest news, and sold auction prices. See available prints and multiples, photographs, and paintings for sale and learn about the artist.
Arty Farty Friday ~ Barbara Kruger
Barbara Kruger is an artist whose work, once identified, is immediately recognisable from then on. She incorporates text and old photographs from magazines, or her own photographs, to present provocative messages. These concern consumer culture, stereoptying, feminism, politics etc. In recent years she has moved into video art and installation art. One of Ms Kruger's best known slogans “I shop therefore I am” mocks consumerism. She also uses her artwork as a platform to make known her…