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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...
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…
power and sexuality. Barbara Kruger and her conceptual art.
I came across with the name Barbara Kruger recently, when I saw the photographic silkscreen on vinyl , ‘Your body is a battleground.’ This piece comes from 1989 Late 1980s were the tim…
Barbara Kruger’s work explores social and political issues through punchy slogans and bold combinations of text and images. What is Kruger interested in when she presents this image juxtaposed with...
Barbara Kruger - Untitled (Money Can Buy You Love)
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Barbara Kruger - Interview Magazine
The artist who transformed questions of consumption and control into a signature form is still applying her propulsive texts and images across the public sphere. but while the messages themselves are often black-and-white (and red), the issues, emotions, and ideas they dredge up rarely are
Barbara Kruger | Widewalls
Conceptual artist Barbara Kruger is best known for her layered photographs, featuring provocative statements on issues surrounding commercial culture, feminism, and identity politics.
Hit-and-Run Visual Critiques by Barbara Kruger, American collage artist
In a society deadened by visions of hypercompetition and fast consumerism, Kruger hits the bull's eye with witty sarcasm for the unthinking habits and values of a people seduced by the lure of the profit motive. -R. Corpus