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Book
95 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 26 cm.
  • What's in a name?
  • The top stereotypes: from cradle to grave
  • Sex objects
  • Life lessons: real and fictional women who became stereotypes
  • Women's work is never done
  • Race and religion
  • Stereotypes.
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
Book
99 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 19 cm.
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
Video
1 videocdisc (35 min.) : sd. col. ; 4 3/4.
"Guerrillas in our midst presents a savvy exploration of the machinations of the commercial art-world during its boom in the 1980s, and brings the Guerrilla Girls to the screen. This anonymous group of art terrorists has succeeded in putting racism and sexism on the agenda in the art-world since 1985, and their witty and creative tactics have changed the face of political and cultural activism. Interviews with key figures in the Manhattan art scene, record-breaking auction sales, exhibition openings and interviews with the Guerrillas Girls themselves combine to highlight how the myth of the heroic male painter is perpetuated"--Women Make Movies web site.
Media & Microtext Center
Journal/Periodical
v. : ill. ; 56 cm.
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
Book
24 p. : ill ; 26 cm.
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
Book
95 p.
Green Library, Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
Book
31 posters : ill. (some col.) + 2 sheets.
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)

11. Guerrilla girls mask [1985 ... 2010]

Object
1 mask : paper, wood, black and white ; 35 x 21 cm
Paper gorilla mask, mounted on a wooden stick. Dotted lines on back and an annotation "cut out" indicate where eye holes should be cut in the mask. The Guerrilla Girls and the other groups they inspired wear gorilla masks to preserve their anonymity while protesting sexism in the art world.
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
Book
228 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm
An unknown actress on movie star's arm was how she began. An anonymous activist in a rubber gorilla mask is where she wound up. UN/MASKED: Memoirs of a Guerrilla Girl On Tour follows the surprising twenty-five-year journey of a young artist, Donna Kaz, who is swept off her feet by Willliam Hurt, a rising star, and carried to a beach house in Malibu. The actor William Hurt introduces her to Hollywood's elite by day and knocks her head in by night. When OJ Simpson kills his former wife in Brentwood, a bell goes off and awakens her angry, activist spirit. Always an outsider, she takes one step further into invisibility and becomes a Guerrilla Girl, a feminist activist who never appears in public without wearing a rubber gorilla mask and who uses the name of a dead woman artist instead of her own. As a Guerrilla Girl, Aphra Behn creates comedic art and theatre that blasts the blatant sexism of the theatre world while proving feminists are funny at the same time. These two narratives--that of a young victim of domestic violence at the hands of a successful actor and that of an artist so fed up with sexism in the theatre world that she puts on a gorilla mask and takes the name of a dead woman artist to provoke change--have been lived by one woman. Donna Kaz offers her compelling first-hand account--illuminated by twenty behind-the-scenes photographs--of her transition from a silent observer to an unapologetic activist. This is the memoir of a woman-turned-survivor-turned-radical-feminist who takes off her mask and, by merging her identities, reveals all.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781510709430 20170502
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
Image
[53] posters in clamshell box : various techniques, part col. ; 47 x 76 cm.
  • Montgomery, Alabama 1955? (1991)
  • Missing in actioon (1991)
  • These are the most bigoted galleries in New York (1991)
  • What's the difference between a prisoner of war and a homeless person? (1991)
  • What I want for Mother's Day (1991)
  • Guerrilla Girls demand a return to traditional values on abortion (1992)
  • Republicans do believe in a woman's right to control her body (1992)
  • If you're raped, you might as well "relax and enjoy it," because no one will believe you (1992)
  • How long did it take to loot South Central L.A.? (1992)
  • Hold onto your wallets! Cross your legs! (1992)
  • Guerrilla Girls explain the concept of natural law (1992)
  • What's new and happening at the Guggenheim for the discriminating art lover? (1992)
  • Dear Mr. Krens (1992)
  • Supreme Court Justice supports right to privacy for gays and lesbians (1992)
  • Hormone imbalance. Melanin deficiency (1992)
  • Election year lottery. You gotta play to win (1992)
  • Sorry, sweetie. AND Way to go, dude! (1992)
  • ARFORHIM (1994)
  • Top ten signs you're an art world token (1995)
  • Token Times (1995)
  • 10 trashy ideas about the environment (1995)
  • Traditional values and quality return to the Whitney Museum (1995)
  • Who is this slimy creature? (1995)
  • What do these men have in common? (1995)
  • The internet was 84.5% male and 82.3% white until now (1995)
  • The Battle of the Sexes (project for the New Yorker) (1996)
  • 3 white women, 1 woman of color and no men of color--out of 71 artists? (1997)
  • MOMA Mia!!! 13 years and we're still counting (1997)
  • As good as it gets? (1998)
  • In this theatre (1998)
  • There's a tragedy on Broadway and it isn't Electra (1999)
  • Oh! The joys of being a woman playwright! (1999)
  • Brooklyn landmark (1999)
  • Intercepted by the Guerrilla Girls (1999)
  • Send a message to those body-obsessed guys in Hollywood (2000)
  • Sundance stickers (2001)
  • Birth of Feminism movie poster (2001)
  • Anatomically correct Oscar billboard (2002)
  • Estrogen bomb (2003)
  • Trent L'Ottscar billboard (2003)
  • Women's terror alert (2003)
  • Do women have to be naked to get into the Met Museum? Update (2005)
  • Bienvenutti alla biennale femminista (project for the Venice Biennale) (2005)
  • Where are the women artists of Venice? (project for the Venice Biennale) (2005)
  • Unchain the women directors billboard (2007)
  • The future for Turkish women artists (2006)
  • Horror on the National mall (project for the Washington Post) (2007)
  • Dear Art Collector (English and Greek versions, project for the Venice Biennale, Chinese version part of the "Viewing" project for the Shanghai Contemporary 07) (2007)
  • Dearest Eli Broad (2008)
  • Bronx Museum unfair to men (2008)
  • Museums cave in to radical feminists (2008)
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
Image
14 posters : color ; 43 x 28 cm-61 x 91 cm + 1 sheet (28 cm)
  • Distubing the peace (French and English versions) (2009) (61 x 91 cm)
  • Irish toast [i.e. Let's toast Irish art, lads!] (2010) (46 x 61 cm)
  • Irish not a feminist [i.e. I'm not a feminist but ...] (2010) (46 x 61 cm)
  • Gender reassignment (2012) (46 x 61 cm)
  • Estrogen bomb (2012) (61 x 61 cm)
  • Do women have to be naked to get into the Met Museum? (update 2012) (31 x 68 cm)
  • Even Michele Bachmann believes we all have the same civil rights (2012) (46 x 61 cm)
  • Voter ID check (2012) (43 x 28 cm)
  • Do women have to be naked to get into Boston museums? (2012) (46 x 61 cm)
  • Dearest interview (2012) (46 x 61 cm)
  • Por qué las Guerrilla Girls echan pestes contra el arte, el cine, la politica y la cultura pop? [Why are the Guerrilla Girls talking trash about art, film, politics and pop culture?] (2013) (46 x 61 cm)
  • Do women have to be naked to be in music videos? (2014) (46 x 61 cm)
  • Bus companies are still more enlightened tan art galleries (2014) (46 x 61 cm).
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
Book
58 leaves, [14] leaves of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 28 cm.
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
Archive/Manuscript
4 linear feet
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
Videotaped interviews with over 40 artists, critics, historians, and curators for the film Women Art Revolution, documenting the development of the Feminist Art Movement from the 1970s through 2013.
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