Confessions of the Guerrilla Girls - How a Bunch of Masked Avengers Fight Sexism & Racism in the Art World with Facts, Humor and Fake Fur.
The Guerilla Girls
Since 1985 a group of anonymous women wearing gorilla masks and brandishing glue brushes have taken zap actions at the art world's stale, male establishment. Their clever posters (Advantages of being a woman artist: working without the pressure of success; knowing your career might pick up when you're eighty...) have bedecked city walls, converted elitist curators, become collector's items, and even found their way into museum collections. Their work - and this book - offers proof that humour is a great blunt-edged weapon against evil.
Second hand Paperback

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