Collection by Hannah Rainbird

Hannah Rainbird
Property of Society, Barbara Kruger, a women's body as commodity of consumption Photomontage, Collages, Art Du Collage, Feminist Art, Feminist Quotes, Fantasy Kunst, Gcse Art, Grafik Design, Belle Photo

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 You are not yourself. American conceptual/pop artist Barbara Kruger was born in Newark, New Jersey in 1945 and left there in 1964 to attend Syracuse University. Early on she developed an interest in graphic design, poetry, writing an Gig Poster, Punk Poster, Album Design, Cover Design, Anti Consumerism, Graffiti, Photocollage, A Level Art, Feminist Art

VC501 – Dissertation Preperation: Anti-Consumerism and Culture

Anti-Consumerism has almost become a political movement. With the expansion of mass consumerism comes negative effects, which by use of subertising, guerillia semiotics, clever anti-consumerism cam…

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. Pop Art, Illustrator, Protest Art, Protest Posters, Political Art, Political Posters, Feminist Art, Gcse Art, Design Graphique

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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, Diane Arbus, Photomontage, Neo Conceptual Art, Body Positivity, Political Art, Feminist Art, Foto Art

Jean Genie

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.

As A Vehicle : Analysing the work of Barbara Kruger and Marina Abramovic Marina Abramovic, Gender Roles, Feminist Art, Queer Art, Feminist Quotes, A Level Art, Gcse Art, Comme Des Garcons, Consumerism

This trademark is white letters against red background. Much of her text questions the viewer about feminism, classicism, consumerism, and individual autonomy and desire. This pertucalar picture 'Gender is irrelevant' has a strong outlook on feminism and equality and gives the impression that women and men are equal and both capable.

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

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.

The Artwork of Brianne Cirel Andy Warhol, Graphic Design Illustration, Illustration Art, California College Of Arts, Design Graphique, Photo Art, Art Gallery, Art Prints, Artwork


La siempre ganadora combinación de tipografía + arte, por la artista Bri Cirel. — BRI CIREL vía supersonicart

Pierre Huyghe I do not own Modern Times-Wmag Pierre Huyghe, Art Commerce, Art Advisor, Neon Glow, Art Academy, Modern Times, Neon Lighting, Light Art, Art World

Art & Commerce

Art advisors Lisa Schiff, Leslie Fritz, and Eugenio Re Rebaudengo explore capitalism in the art world in "Open Source: Art at the Eclipse of Capitalism."

Pierre Huyghe Celebration Park – Exhibition at Tate Modern Pierre Huyghe, Muse, Art Academy, Light Art, Contemporary Artists, Neon Signs, Fine Art, Celebration, Park

Pierre Huyghe Celebration Park – Exhibition at Tate Modern | Tate

Pierre Huyghe Celebration Park exhibition at Tate Modern 5 July – 17 September 2006