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DESCUBRIENDO EL ARTE REIVINDICATIVO de BÁRBARA KRUGER

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The Deconstructive Impulse at Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston | Temporary Art Review

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Barbara Kruger’s work explores social political issues through punchy slogans bold combinations of text images. Barbara Kruger, Untitled (Memory is Your Image of Perfection), black and white photograph Barbara Kruger, Hannah Höch, Pop Art, Political Art, Political Issues, Feminist Art, Museum Of Contemporary Art, Human Condition, Consumerism

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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...

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#WordWeek: AnOther's Top 10 Word Artists

In honour of Word Week on AnOthermag.com, we take a look at some of the 20th century’s most influential word artists

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A Fotógrafa Barbara Kruger

Barbara Kruger (1945-) Nasceu em Newark, Nova Jersey. Estudou na School Visual Arts e na Parson School of Design, onde foi aluna da fotógrafa Diane Arbus. Em 1970, mudou-se para Nova York e trabalhou com designer em revistas, entre elas Mademoiselle e House and Garden. Desenhou capas de livros. Foi professora do California Institute of Arts, The School of Art Institute of Chicago e University of California, Berkeley. Recebeu o Leão de Ouro da Bienal de Veneza e o prêmio para o destaque…