Guerrilla Girls ‘[no title]’, 1985–90 © courtesy www.guerrillagirls.com

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.

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When 'Nude' Doesn't Match Your Skin Color: Psychologist Tara Raines Launches 'What's Your Nude' Campaign to Promote Diversity in Bra Colors

"I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character. Martin Luther King, August 1963 I love these flesh tone crayons!

The Guerrilla Girls, "If You're Raped, You Might As Well "Relax and Enjoy It," Because No One Will Believe You!", 1992, Poster, 43 x 56 cm

guerrilla girls 1985 PSA This one stood out to me bc it is still true in modern times, that many raped victims do not find justice for what happened to them

Carol Duncan, “The MOMA’s Hot Mamas,” in The Expanding Discourse: Feminism and Art History (1992), 347-357. Image: Geurrilla Girls

bitch-media: This year is the anniversary of the founding of the feminist art and activist group Guerrilla Girls! Keep up the good work.

Guerrilla Girls Poster for the Whitechapel Gallery

Join a tour of the Guerrilla Girls exhibition at Whitechapel Gallery led by Nayia Yiakoumaki (Archive Curator).

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Guerrilla Girls

Fuck this craziness in Arkansas, fucking scary. Sorry how I feel - 2 months and crazy shit gets past. We gots 2 more years with this ape shit craziness - with more to come after I am sure.

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Bitches, Bimbos and Ballbreakers: The Guerilla Girls' Illustrated Guide to Female Stereotypes

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.

currently on display

currently on display

The Economy guerilla art project

Nature Is Bad For The Economy: This Street Art Makes You Question Your Values

A piece I wrote for FastCo.Exist - Nature Is Bad For The Economy: This Street Art Makes You Question Your Values

We Need a New Kind of Feminist Art

Feminist art in the Trump era must treach out to the most oppressed among us and make them, and their artistic voices, its priority.

Guerrilla Girls

‘Only 4 Commercial Galleries In NY Show Black Women’, Guerrilla Girls, 1986

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