Neo-conceptual art. Compared to Vernon Ah Kees work because of the no-nonsense, sans serif, Swiss typeface, Helvetica.

Compared to Vernon Ah Kees work because of the no-nonsense, sans serif, Swiss typeface, Helvetica. By 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 - Research on the style of type for image with text postcard.

Barbara Kruger, "Don't Be a Jerk" (1984), screenprint (via Sprueth Magers) LOVE this one!

I love it when Kruger gets right to the point. museumuesum: Barbara Kruger, Dont be a jerk, 1984

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.

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"Untitled (Money Can Buy You Love)" Barbara Kruger Date: 1985 Style: Conceptual Art, Feminist Art Genre: figurative

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'

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)

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