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
4 Reviews
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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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

Review: Confessions of the Guerrilla Girls: By the Guerrilla Girls (Whoever They Really Are); With an Essay by Whitney Chadwick

User Review  - Goodreads

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

Contents

Section 1
1948
Section 2
1959
Section 3
1961
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