30 September 2016

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Guerrilla Girls Launch Pro-Diversity Banner At Whitechapel Gallery

The Guerrilla Girls have been exposing and challenging sexism and racism in the visual arts, politics and culture for over three decades. Now for the first time, the anonymous feminist activist group revisit their 1986 campaign ‘It’s Even Worse in Europe’. In the summer of 2016, the Guerrilla Girls wrote to 383 European museum directors, inviting them […]

18 November 2015

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Guerrilla Girls New Campaign Highlights Art World Discrimination

With the current art world fashion of the rich and powerful paying their art staff next to nothing, while expecting an MA and a PHD to sell catalogues in a museum shop; feminist activist group Guerrilla Girls have taken aim at the billionaire collector with their latest campaign. “Cartels of collectors get behind the work […]

9 December 2014

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Guerrilla Girls: Feminist Collective Art Exhibition Opens At Georgia Museum

Provocative work by the anonymous Guerrilla Girls artists, a feminist collective famous for combining humor, hard facts and art on street posters, billboards and stickers is the subject of a new exhibition at the Georgia Museum of Art. Their creations draw attention to the underrepresentation of women artists and artists of color in museums around […]

27 January 2014

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Guerrilla Girls Celebrated In The Artworld and Beyond With New Exhibition

Not Ready to Make Nice: Guerrilla Girls in the Artworld and Beyond is a new exhibition featuring major works from international projects by the anonymous feminist collective that has been urging museums toward equality for almost 30 years, the expansive, multimedia Not Ready exhibition includes iconic pieces from the group’s 1980s and 90s activism as […]