Tag Archives: Barbara Kruger
This Week in Art 1.29-2.4: Fifty Artists Design “New York” Magazine Covers In Public Art Project
A look at this week’s art news, including a series of artist-designed commemorative covers for “New York” magazine that are taking the form of a public art exhibition, and events and exhibitions from New York to Tasmania.
Resisting Reductivism & Breaking the Bubble: An Interview with Barbara Kruger
In this rare interview accompanying a new Art21 film, Barbara Kruger shares her media diet, what she sees as art’s role in contemporary society, and the inspiration behind two of her earliest works.
This Week in Art 1.22-1.28: Abigail DeVille and Pepón Osorio Awarded United States Artists Fellowships
A look at this week’s art news, including the recently announced United States Artists 2018 Fellows, and events and exhibitions from Syracuse to Zurich.
This Week in Art 11.6-11.12: Artists Fights Sexism and Harassment with #NotSurprised
A look at this week’s art news, including a new artist-led campaign fighting sexism and sexual harassment, and events and exhibitions from Montreal to Moscow.
This Week in Art 10.2-10.8: Artists Create Posters Opposing Trump’s Immigration Ban
A look at this week’s art news, including a new artist collective formed in opposition to Trump’s most recent travel ban, and events and exhibitions from Detroit to Düsseldorf.