‘Rejoice! Our times are Intolerable’. Jenny Holzer and her ’15...

‘Rejoice! Our times are Intolerable’. Jenny Holzer and her ’15...

Jenny Holzer, detail from Inflammatory Essays Poster (Inflammatory Essays, 1979 -

Women in the Arts: Jenny Holzer | Lauren C. Byrd

Women in the Arts: Jenny Holzer

'Fear is the most elegant weapon, your hands are never messy...' Inflammatory Essays 1979 -1982 Jenny Holzer #quotes

'Fear is the most elegant weapon, your hands are never messy.' Inflammatory Essays 1979 Jenny Holzer : would make a great prologue

Savor Kindness Because Cruelty Is Always Possible Later

amirsulaiman: “ Savor kindness because cruelty is always possible later. “ - Jenny Holzer’s truisms ” ”

Important to make the most of Absolut Headline to continue building brand recognition.

The World’s Most Romantic Public Art

I need to lie back to front with someone who adores me Jenny Holzer 2001 Site: St. Matthew’s Church, Berlin, Germany February 2001 Text: Laments, 1989 Projection: FX Productions;

jenny holzer / summit

Many of her works shows empathy because the words are in such a way that you wonder what somebody could've done to themselves in order to think these things, you don't want anybody to think bad things about themselves

from jenny holzer’s 1993 installation called "marquees"

jenny holzer Truism Jenny Holzer’s marquees truisms turn soft and lovely and time you have a chance

Jenny Holzer. Truisms. 1978-87 {disgust is the appropriate response to most things}

Truisms and inflammatory essays by jenny holzer studio essay writing evaluation Jenny Holzer Inflammatory Essays, from Truisms, Inflammatory Essays. Holzer studio, the Inflammatory Essays are.

JENNY HOLZER, Untitled (Selection), from Survival Series, 1983-1985

vjeranski: JENNY HOLZERUntitled (Selection), from Survival Series, plaque with black x 10 x ¼ in x x cm)via

Jenny Holzer, Times Square Sign, 1982

“ Jenny Holzer, Times Square Sign, 1982 The language of Truisms, obdurate and internally consistent, heralded a voice that is striking not least for its paradoxical anonymity. Truisms pull no punches.

Jenny Holzer; one of the most inspiring installations I've ever seen... At the MCA in Chicago back in 2006, I believe. Changed my life forever

Jenny Holzer - SURVIVAL, (exhibited as part of Creative Time’s Street Project

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