A Small Collection of Items From the Guerrilla Girls. Guerrilla Girls.
A Small Collection of Items From the Guerrilla Girls
A Small Collection of Items From the Guerrilla Girls

A Small Collection of Items From the Guerrilla Girls

The Guerrilla Girls are anonymous women who expose sexism and racism in the art world, politics, film and the culture at large. They take the names of dead women artists as pseudonyms and appear in public wearing gorilla masks, producing books, posters, and stickers to provoke discussion and a change in the culture. *This selection of their work includes: *New Observations 70: Guerrilla Girls New York: New Observations, 1989. First edition. 4to. Saddle-stapled wraps. Near Fine with some faint toning along spine. This issue of the long-running art journal was edited by the Guerrilla Girls, and prints numerous posters by the important art activist group. *MONTGOMERY ALABAMA 1955? NO. SAUDI ARABIA 1991 New York: Guerrilla Girls, 1991. 11 x 8 1/2 inches, black text on white background; very good. Advice to women soldiers from the U.S. Army Manual, A Soldier’s Guide to Saudi Arabia. *DID SHE RISK HER LIFE FOR GOVERNMENTS THAT ENSLAVE WOMEN? New York: Guerrilla Girls, n.d. Black text and photograph. Minute chipping to bottom right edge and a small crease to upper left corner, else very good. Item #1605

Price: $475.00

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