Jenny Holzer

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Diane Waldman
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Jan 1, 1989 - 116 pages
Looks at the artists's texts, executed on billboards, posters, tractor caps, stickers, store windows, telephone booths, benches, television, and stadium scoreboards, and shares her comments on her approach to art

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User Review  - Big_Bang_Gorilla - LibraryThing

This is an exhibition catalog of sorts which selects career highlights of iconic eighties artist Jenny Holzer, very popular and critically acclaimed in the day. Her striking work existed on the border ... Read full review

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Holzer is a feminist conceptual artist who works mainly in words. I like her work a lot. It’s more brutal than Barbara Kruger’s, but in the same vein. Among Holzer’s Truisms (1977-79): “A relaxed man ... Read full review

Contents

PREFACE by Thomas Krens
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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS by Diane Waldman
7
THE LANGUAGE OF SIGNS by Diane Waldman
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Copyright

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