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Projections by Jenny Holzer

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Projections by Jenny Holzer

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

a heart made of tundra

An entry from a heart made of tundra

Holzer _ Truism _ New York

Jenny Holzer - Projections, 2004

jenny holzer- I want peace with all my body and all my soul

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

Jenny Holzer, “Survival Series”

"Survival Series" - Jenny Holzer stickers from 1983

Jenny Holzer - Florence 1996

Jenny Holzer, I lie, 1996

jenny holzer for helmut lang fragrance      If it was not said this was Jenny Holzer I’d have thought it just advertising copy. Granted; inspired by Jenny Holzer.

outflux: “ helmut lang fragrance announcement - jenny holzer and marc atlan ”

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streetsick: With You Inside Me Comes The Knowledge Of My Death Jenny Holzer

Jenny Holzer’s installation “Protect Me From What I Want” from her “Survival Series” in 1983-1985.

Jenny Holzer’s installation “Protect Me From What I Want” from her “Survival Series” in The phrase “Protect Me From What I Want” was one of Holzer’s many truisms;

Jenny Holzer - Inflammatory Essays

svypvint: Excerpt from 15 Inflammable Essays Jenny Holzer

Jenny Holzer, How do you resign yourself to something... Text: Living (1980-1982), 1981, Sprüth Magers

Jenny holzer inflammatory essays book Jenny Holzer: Truisms And Essays [Jenny Holzer] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Artwork by Jenny Holzer.

[no title] 1979–82, Jenny Holzer, © Jenny Holzer

#WordWeek: AnOther's Top 10 Word Artists

Love the work of Miss Holzer. [no title] Jenny Holzer, © Jenny Holzer

Jenny Holzer

installation by Jenny Holzer. "The beginning of the war will be secret. Die fast and quiet when they interrogate you or live so long that they are ashamed to hurt you anymore.

Jenny Holzer

Women and Art: Jenny Holzer - Feminist Artist

Jenny Holzer, from Lustmord, 1993-1994  In her series ‘Lustmord’ — meaning rape murder in German — Holzer created a number of works addressing war crimes in the former Yugoslavia in the 1990s, in particular the violent physical abuse, rape and murder of women that occurred. In this series Holzer displays photographs of text on human skin, some of which includes women’s blood mixed with ink.

Jenny Holzer, Lustmord, I didn't have an appropriate board.

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