Barbara Kruger, Untitled (Are we having fun yet?)

One of those weeks. Barbara Kruger, Untitled (Are We Having Fun Yet? I see the above image every day outside a colleague’s office, but today, the word-image resonates.

I have come to drag you out of yourself and take you into my heart. I have come to bring out the beauty you never knew you had and lift you like a prayer to the sky  --Rumi

Pilar Zeta - "Falling in love with the Dark side of the universe". >> but instead with fireworks digitally projected over the faces

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), 1982, black and white photograph. Collection Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, Museum purchase with proceeds from Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego Art Auction 2002, International and Contemporary Collectors Funds, and funds from Nancy B. Tieken.  Copyright Barbara Kruger 1982.  Photo by Pablo Mason.

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

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