as true 23 years ago as it is today.  infuriating & sad that we are still going round like this.  Barbara Kruger, Untitled, 1989.

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.

barbara kruger. memory is your image of perfection.

Barbara Kruger

Cindy Sherman (Saw this at the Contemporary Art Museum in Chicago, it's amazing in person).

The 20 most expensive photographs of all time are worth millions

Barbara Kruger  Untitled (I shop therefore I am)  111" by 113"  photographic silkscreen/vinyl  1987

Artist: Barbara Kruger / Title: Untitled (I Shop Therefore I Am)- 1987 / In this piece, Kruger reveals how materialism has become so out of control that we identify as human not because we think, but because we buy.

Credit: Linder Sterling Buzzcocks, Orgasm Addict Poster, 1977   Orgasm Addict was the Buzzocks first single follow...

The art of punk posters

Yvonne: The Buzzcocks - Orgasm Addict (designed by Linder Sterling)

the original meat dress by Jana Sterbak - Feminist piece related to women being seen and treated as 'meat' - possessions - livestock 'A nice piece of meat'

Jana Sterbak, Vanitas: Flesh Dress for an Albino Anorectic, 1987 (composed of fifty pieces of flank steak that cured over a period of several weeks until the artist replaced it with a fresh meat dress) - Fine Arts, Artists

Cindy Sherman, Untitled (1994), via Artsy

Cindy Sherman, Untitled Style: Photographic humor Why: No one else takes photos that disturb you but also make you giggle like she does.

Guerrilla Girls started in New York City (1985) to protest gender and racial inequality in the art world.

11 Classic Examples of Design for Political Protest

Power to the People: Revolution is in the air at the V&A with a survey of protest art from the Seventies to now - Features - Art - The Indep.

Martha Rosler; Hot Meat, Body Beautiful, or Beauty Knows No Pain series, 1969

Hot meat, collage de Martha Rosler, Body Beautiful, or Beauty Knows No Pain series, 1969

The Linen cupboard - Womanhouse 1972 feminist art instillation. This is cool, but it would freak you out so much.

Entitled “Sheet Closet” by Sandra Orgel in it portrays the restrictions of housework put on the female population. The fact that a mannequin was used shows the uniformity and conformity with which women felt they needed to comply.

thinking of you, Barber Kruger

Image and Text

Barbara Kruger, Untitled (Thinking of You), Photographic screenprint on vinyl: 123 × 101 in. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; purchase with funds from the Katherine Schmidt Shubert Purchase Fund © Barbara Kruger

Orlan, artiste et plasticienne française, "Le baiser de l'artiste", performance 1977

Orlan ( Paulette du Brouet )

streetsick: Orlan Le Baiser de l’Artiste (The Kiss of the Artist), 1976