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purple DIARY - JENNY HOLZER'S PROTECT PROTECT at the whitney museum, new york

Eleven yellow electronic LED signs lie horizontally at the entrance of the museums fourth floor, running 13 different texts across the space. In a nearby

Jenny Holzer, "For SAAM," 2007, a time-based media sculpture comprised of vertical strands of white LEDs that reveal different text and patterns over a 24 hour cycle, located at the Smithsonian Museum of American Art.

Jenny Holzer, "For SAAM," 2007, a time-based media sculpture comprised of vertical strands of white LEDs that reveal different text and patterns over a 24 hour cycle, located at the Smithsonian Museum of American Art.

Set of 17 Wooden Postcards from the Truisms and Survival Series by Jenny Holzer

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Jenny Holzer’s piercing beacons of truth light up Guggenheim Museum Bilbao

Curated by Petra Joos in collaboration with the artist, Holzer’s largest survey to date highlights Frank Gehry’s architecture through site-responsive installations

'I'm aghast, scared and disgusted': neon warrior Jenny Holzer on America today | Jenny Holzer | The Guardian

From school shootings to #MeToo and outrage at Trump, Jenny Holzer has spent her life battling injustice. As the Tate focuses on eight pivotal moments, the artist looks back at an eventful career

Female Iconoclasts: Jenny Holzer | Artland Magazine

Read about American neo-conceptual artist Jenny Holzer, who has been creating thought-provoking art for nearly half a century.

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Jenny Holzer, Inflammatory Essays, detail, 1979–82. Photo: Mindy McDaniel, ©…

A selection of quotes and artworks from ART21-featured women artists proving that vulnerability and weakness are by no means synonymous.