Barbara Kruger, ‘Untitled (Your body is a battleground),’ 1989, photographic silkscreen on vinyl 112 x 112 in. (284.48 x 284.48 cm).
Courtesy the artist, The Broad Art Foundation and Sprüth Magers
Barbara Kruger’s ‘Untitled (Your body is a battleground)’ has seamlessly transitioned to social media, inspiring a new generation of media-savvy artists and activists.
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Not what most Egyptians see when they look out their windows.
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Keep Calm And Carry On: the mug.
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Bob & Roberta Smith.
The message lacks potency.
How stuff gets sold to kids.
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