as true 23 years ago as it is today.  infuriating & sad that we are still…

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.

Clean your eyes first - Barbara Kruger

Compared to Vernon Ah Kees work because of the no-nonsense, sans serif, Swiss typeface, Helvetica. By Barbara Kruger

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.

Gender is irrelevant - Feminism - Agender gender fluid

Barbara Kruger : You Are NOT YOURSELF ('83/84) - FRAGMENTED, BROKEN MIRROR, TENSION, NEGATION OF IDENTITY: Cultural Theory of schizophrenic subject (POSTMODERN) and dissolution of self

VC501 – Dissertation Preperation: Anti-Consumerism and Culture

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.

barbara kruger. memory is your image of perfection.

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.

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.

power and sexuality. Barbara Kruger and her conceptual art.

power and sexuality. Barbara Kruger and her conceptual art.

Barbara Kruger Recent advertisement about not putting on makeup on trains- want them to be pretty, but don't want to see the process

Barbara Kruger. The inspiration behind Shepard Fairey's infamous 'OBEY' logo.

Inspired by Barbara Kruger: Examples of student work

This image by Barbara Kruger perfectly portrays how women in this day and age are pressured into having plastic surgery to meet society's definition of 'beauty'