Visione Artistica: the rhetoric of contemporary language (part 2): Barbara Kruger http://www.pinterest.com/leoterres/feminismo-y-arte/

grandmastolemycloset: Visione Artistica: the rhetoric of contemporary language (part Barbara Kruger

Your comfort is my Silence, 1981 // by Barbara Kruger

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.

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Barbara Kruger, Untitled (Who will write the history of tears?), 1987 photograph and type on paper 10 x 4 inches x cm)

Barbara Kruger: Your Gaze Hits the Side of My Face, Feminist Art

Barbara Kruger, Untitled (Your gaze hits the side of my face), 1981 photograph and type on paper 9 x 7 inches x cm)

Barbara Kruger

Barbara Kruger, Untitled (Why are you here?), 1991 photograph and type on paper 6 x 4 inches x cm)

Barbara Kruger uses space, text and photos as a way to bring her messages to a grand audience. Her use of words and pictures convey a deeper meaning. Her artwork shows the viewer how fast people are to label someone in society. The work shows how another person’s view can impact society as a whole.

Kim Kardashian by Mark Seliger for W Magazine November 2010 Art Issue / Concept cover by artist Barbara Kruger

culturalgranola: Tailored sexism: The dress code of rape From Women’s Rights News

This picture shows how girls are judged based on the clothes they where or their skirt length. Girls with short skirts are often defined as a "slut" or "whore.

Who owns what 1991-2012 © BARBARA KRUGER. COURTESY: MARY BOONE GALLERY,NEW YORK - Page 19 in RVJ

Barbara Kruger Kruger explores spirituality be explaining how nobody truly "owns" anything. We were born into this life with no possessions and we will leave that way, the misconception of "owning: something is a common one in modern society.

Barbara Kruger

Your Daily Art: Alexander Bohn is totally ripping you off (the cheeky bastard)

Art: Barbra Kruger "I Hate Myself" - Esquire, Howard Stern

Art: Barbra Kruger "I Hate Myself" - Esquire, Howard Stern

Another part of my GCSE art coursework- Barbra Kruger inspired <3

Another part of my GCSE art coursework- Barbra Kruger inspired I now hate this piece, the writing's all scruffy and ew

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