B. Rose, "Art in Discoland," Vogue, September 1985, p. 672 (illustrated).
P. Richard, "The Art of the Word," Washington Post, 15 May 1986, p. C7.
M. Staniszewski, "Shop Talk," Manhattan, Inc., May 1987, p. 174 (illustrated).
S. Sontag, El Paseante, May 1987, p. 94 (illustrated).
B. B. Stretch, "Contemporary Photography," Art + Auction, May 1987, p. 142 (illustrated).
I. Graw, "First Ladies," Wolkenkratzer, November 1987, pp. 54-55 (illustrated)
R. Martin, STA Design Journal, January 1988, p. 13 (illustrated, cover).
A. Martin, "Barbara Kruger," National Art Gallery Newsletter, no. 1, January/March 1988 (illustrated).
C. Lewis, "Kruger: Smartest," Spin, vol. 5, no. 1, April 1989, p. 83.
J. Giles, "Talking Pictures," Mother Jones, vol. 14, no. 4, May 1989, p. 52.
K. Linker, Love for Sale: The Words and Pictures of Barbara Kruger, New York, 1990, p. 67 (illustrated in color).
A. Losel, "Bilder, die Sprechen," Sudduetsche Zeitung, 5 October 1990, p. 17 (illustrated in color).
K. Jacobs, "Barbara Kruger," Eye, December 1991, p. 12 (illustrated).
L. Buck and P. Dodd, Relative Values or What's Art Worth, London, 1991, p. 54 (illustrated).
C. Curtis, "Barbara Kruger: Snap, Crackle and Pop: Session at UC Irvine Showcases Artist's Flashes of Wit and Social, Political Commentary," Los Angeles Times, 7 February 1992.
B. J. Wolf, "How the West Was Hung, Or, When I Hear the Word 'Culture' I Take Out My Checkbook," American Quarterly, vol. 44, issue 3, September 1992, pp. 425-426 (illustrated).
eds., "The Cutting Edge of Typographical Design," IDEA, May 1996, p. 60 (illustrated in color).
J. Isaak, Feminism and Contemporary Art: The Revolutionary Power of Women's Laughter, Routledge, 1996, p. 42, fig. 1.11 (illustrated).
H. Drohojowska-Philp, "She Has a Way with Words," Los Angeles Times, 17 October 1999, p. 4.
M. Kimmelman, "Familiar Icons With a Bold Face," New York Times, 14 July 2000, p. E25 (illustrated in color).
M. Jefferson, "Critics Judge, and Are Judged, Across the Centuries," New York Times, 21 August 2000, p. E2 (illustrated).
H. Kramer, "Greed is Really Bad, Says Designer Kruger," New York Observer, 21 August 2000, p. 15 (illustrated).
M-P. Nakamura, "Barbara Kruger," Art Actuel, September 2000, p. 69 (illustrated in color).
K. Swensen, "When I Hear the Word Culture, I Take Out My Checkbook," NY Arts, September 2000, p. 77 (illustrated).
C. Bishop, "Interview with Barbara Kruger," Make, December 2000, p. 10 (illustrated).
U. Grosenick, Women Artists in the 20th and 21st Century, Cologne, 2001, p. 287.
K. Raney, Art in Question, London and New York, 2003, p. 114 (illustrated).
Barbara Kruger: Early Works, exh. cat., New York, 2005, p. 47 (illustrated in color).
J. Drozdek, "Looking to the Left: Politics in the Art of Barbara Kruger and Jenny Holzer," Kritkos, vol. 3, February 2006.
T. Sale and C. Betti, eds., Drawing: A Contemporary Approach (Sixth Edition), Belmont, 2008, p. 157 (illustrated).
New York, Whitney Museum of American Art, 1985 Biennial Exhibition, March-May 1985, p. 66 (illustrated in color).
Washington, D.C., Corcoran Gallery of Art, Spectrum: In Other Words, May-June 1986 (illustrated).
New York, Mary Boone Gallery, Barbara Kruger, May 1987, p. 31 (illustrated in color).
Wellington, National Art Gallery, Shed 11, Temporary/Contemporary, Barbara Kruger, March-May 1988, no. 18 (illustrated).
Claremont, Pomona College, Montgomery Art Gallery, Crossing the Line: Word and Image in Art, 1960-1990, September-October 1990.
Paris, Musée National d'Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Art & Pub: Art et Publicité 1890-1990, November 1990-February 1991.
Los Angeles, Museum of Contemporary Art, Geffen Contemporary and New York, Whitney Museum of American Art, Barbara Kruger, October 1999-October 2000, pp. 137 and 265 (illustrated in color).
Biel, EXPO.02, Money and Value: The Last Taboo, May-October 2002, p. 83 (illustrated in color).
New York University, Grey Art Gallery; Pittsburgh, Andy Warhol Museum and Austin Museum of Art, The Downtown Show: The New York Art Scene, 1974-1984, January 2006-January 2007.
Purchase, Neuberger Museum of Art and Durham, Duke University, Nasher Museum of Art. The Deconstructive Impulse: Women Artists Reconfigure the Signs of Power, 1973-1991, January-October 2011, pp. 123 and 165 (illustrated in color).