Guerrilla girls - The art of behaving badly
In 1985, a bunch of feminist masked avengers began plasteringposters all over downtown New York. They named galleries,museums, critics, collectors,...
In 1985, a bunch of feminist masked avengers began plasteringposters all over downtown New York. They named galleries,museums, critics, collectors, and white male artists who con-tributed to an art system prejudiced against women and artistsof color. Since then, the collective has produced hundreds ofprojects exposing bias and corruption in art, film, pop culture,and politics. Their unforgettable graphics have become a globalphenomenon. This is the first book to document the GuerrillaGirls' entire wild career of provocative street campaigns, mediaappearances, large-scale exhibitions at major museums andmore. The Guerrilla Girls contextualize their visuals and elabo-rate on their intersectional takedown of the patriarchy in theirown words throughout the book. This isn't a monograph it's acall to arms. It even comes with a punch-out gorilla mask invit-ing readers to become activists, too.
Autor@: Guerrilla Girls, The
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