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“Nothing else changes if you don’t”



Collages by somewhat-post-Barbara-Kruger artist Amber Ibarreche make me wanna cut everything in sight and custom paste cat nipples onto human faces onto notebooks. Which is a good sign. 16 more words

Vintage Anna Sui T shirt

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Acid Social Critique_The "Ads" of Barbara Kruger

I love Barbara Kruger’s work, pointed towards the American culture and society her “posters” (if we can call them like this) ended up portraying the nowadays worldwide social situation. 214 more words

Contemporary Art

Belief + Doubt

By: John Durovsik

Barbara Kruger’s Belief + Doubt, a long-term exhibition at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington D.C., explores the themes of power, faith, consumerism, and desire through large-scale textual adages. 1,034 more words

Reviews

Artist Research: Barbara Kruger

Barbara Kruger is an American conceptualist artist born in the 1940s. Much of her work consists of black and white images overlaid with bold statements and captions. 162 more words

Research And Reflection

A Walk Around the Whitney, Minus the Hype

Light-filled, airy and buoyant, the new Whitney Museum of American Art received great reviews at its opening last month. In some ways, the striking new building even upstaged the museum’s inaugural exhibition, “America is Hard to See.” This despite the fact that Italian architect Renzo Piano’s 220,000-square-foot structure lacks an overall iconic image like the Whitney’s previous home in the Marcel Breuer-designed building on Madison Avenue. 1,137 more words