Guerrilla Girls, Showing in Galleries That Discriminate Against Women Artists, Poster, 1985


What Do These Artists Have in Common? poster. Offset print on paper. 17 x 22 in., 1985.


The very first Guerrilla Girl poster calls out successful male artists for passively participating in a discriminatory system.

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Guerrilla Girls: Feminist Street Posters, 1985–1991

When the Guerrilla Girls began wheatpasting their first posters on walls in Soho and Tribeca in 1985 they introduced a provocative new type of politicized street art that had an almost immediate effect.  Rooted in an era when women were increasingly conscious of widespread inequalities in America, the Guerrilla Girls…