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Art, Love, & Politics In The 1980s

How and Why Did the Guerrilla        Girls Alter the Art World       Establishment in New York City, 1985-1995?

Guerrilla Girls - protest gender and racial inequality in the art world, New York City 1985

Guerrilla Girls are an anonymous group of female artists and feminists devoted to fighting sexism and racism within the art world internationally. The group formed in New York City in 1985 with the mission of bringing gender and racial inequality within the fine arts to light.

Guerrilla Girls are an anonymous group of female artists and feminists devoted to fighting sexism and racism within the art world internationally. The group formed in New York City in 1985 with the mission of bringing gender and racial inequality within t

Guerilla Girls "Definition of a Hypocrite" 1990 Lithograph- The Guerrilla Girls were a group of women who protested for women rights in art. This piece shows one of their many attempts to get more women artists featured in art museums.

Guerrilla Girls, ‘[no title]’ Guerrilla Girls ' Definition of a hypocrite. (hip' o-crit) An art collector who buys white male art at benefits for liberal causes, but never buys art by women or artists of color.

Guerrilla Girls, ‘[no title]’ 1985-90

Guerrilla Girls, ‘[no title]’ This work is an imitation of an activity for children. This art by the Guerrilla Girls is meant to inform the public of discrimination hidden in sporadic and meaningless holidays.

The Guerrilla Girls Talk Back Exhibited by the National Museum of Women in the Arts

Guerrilla Girls (active ), Erase Discrimination, Pink rubber with ink screenprint, 1 x 2 x in. Credit:Collection of the Akron Museum of Art.

The Guerrilla Girls Have Proof That the Art World Needs More Women Leaders

Whitechapel Gallery Guerrilla Girls Commission Is it even worse in Europe

A Guerrilla Girl, a model for feminist activists, now a part of women's & gender studies curriculums all over the world. http://www.guerrillagirls.com/

A Guerrilla Girl, a model for feminist activists, now a part of women's & gender studies curriculums all over the world.

The classic Guerrilla Girls sticker

The Guerrilla Girls: 30 years of punking art world sexism

Kathe Kollwitz, Zubeida Agha and Frida Kahlo of the Guerrilla Girls, New York…

Tomorrow night: Meet legendary art activists Guerrilla Girls​ at the MoMA Design Store​ on Street. RSVP if you’re planning to attend.

Guerrilla Girls, You’re Seeing Less Than Half The Picture 1989

Guerrilla Girls, You’re Seeing Less Than Half The Picture 1989 Advertising graphics Guerrilla Girls is an anonymous group of radical feminist, female artists devoted to fighting sexism and racism within the art world.

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Guerrilla Girls, 'When Racism and Sexism Are No Longer Fashionable', Expressing ideas on black & white posters that listed the hard facts of racism & sexism in the art world.

Guerrilla Girls poster (1987). Click-thru for footage of Guerrilla Girls 2006 Pre-Whitney Action interview shot May 13, 2006 by Lynn Hershman.

Guerrilla Girls poster Click-thru for footage of Guerrilla Girls 2006 Pre-Whitney Action interview shot May 2006 by Lynn Hershman.

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