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Kruger

Stephanus Johannes Paulus , known as Oom Paul. 1825--1904, Boer statesman; president of the Transvaal (1883--1900). His opposition to Cecil Rhodes and his denial of civil rights to the Uitlanders led to the Boer War (1899--1902)
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Including the main firing opening, there are in total of seven firing holes, which give support to the Kruger kiln, baptized by the name of Vulcanos.
That is why the Kruger's Anagama is insulated with a thick layer of loam.
With earnest attention, each firing increases the artist's capacity to interpret the language of fire." In analogy to this Carola Kruger describes her experience as follows: "Once the kiln is lit, it is really as if a ship had cast off for a journey, during which for seven days and nights no firm land, no island will be in sight.
"This is why I came here, to share moments and memories like this with my family and these guys," said Kevin Kruger, the senior starting point guard who leads the seventh-seeded Runnin' Rebels (30-6) into the Midwest Regional semifinals Friday against No.
Everything seemed to come together at just the right time last year to bring Kevin Kruger to Las Vegas.
After receiving his Bachelor's degree at ASU, Kruger discovered a new NCAA rule that allowed student-athletes with a degree to transfer without penalty.
"Teaching," the book's editors, Lynne Tillman, Barbara Kruger, Scott Bryson, and Jane Weinstock, note, "was a necessary part of his project.
Rather, he "looked for doubt in practice" (Kruger), in criticism, and in the classroom.
I have riffed my way into the discourse of late-capitalist critique, which was Kruger's intellectual milieu in the eighties, when she saw the world from the perspectives of Theory--that amalgam of Frankfurt School politics, post-structuralist semiotics and feminist deconstruction that defined the cultural outlook of her generation, and that still frames most of the critical literature devoted to Kruger's achievement.
Kruger is like a Heartfield who has read the famous essay in which the distinction is made, and a certain number of her images are by way of digs at the museum.
In the lower gallery of the Wexner Center, on the campus of Ohio State University, there is a large, permanently installed Kruger that shows someone, mouth agape, holding their hands to their face, rather like The Scream of Edvard Munch, with the banner asking "Why are you here?" Situationally the question addresses the hapless individual who has entered the museum without especially thinking a reason was needed for being there.