Confessions of the Guerrilla Girls: by the Guerrilla Girls (whoever they really are) ; with an essay by Whitney Chadwick

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HarperPerennial, 1995 - Social Science - 95 pages
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A raucous, colorful showcase of the nationwide poster campaign waged against discrimination and inequalities in the art world--by a collective of female artists, graphic designers, and art-world professionals whose identities have never been revealed. More than 135 color illustrations; 4 tear-out postcard sheets.

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Confessions of the Guerrilla Girls / by the Guerrilla Girls (whoever they really are); with an essay by Whitney Chadwick

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In 1985 this group of artists shook up the refined New York art scene with posters decrying the lack of recognition and support afforded women artists. Under the headings "these galleries show no more ... Read full review

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Another fantastic thrift store find. I never knew about the Guerrilla Girls until I saw this book, and they are absolutely fantastic. I can see a direct influence of these women on the Pussy Riot punk band in Russia. A must-read. Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
1948
Section 2
1959
Section 3
1961
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