The contemporary art world of the 1980s was a dynamic, somewhat chaotic, place that saw previous artistic influences compounded by the image and information saturation of the media age. A place where collage was as commonplace as abstract painting, mixed-media art, sculpture, and conceptual installations, the New York art scene found a unifying trait in a dialogue with consumer culture. This led to the creation of conceptual art that reappropriated previous forms and methods to create new avenues of experience, thought, and interaction.
Reproduction print. Untitled by Barbara Kruger. Mounted and matted. Image: W 10” H 6”. Image with matte: W 14” H 11”. Unframed.