3 Ways To Write A Museum Wall Label When The Artist Is A Sexual Predator (poster)
If You Keep Women Out They Get Resentful (poster)

One Is Not Enough! (video for the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam)
Guerrilla Girls X Art In Ads Spaces (action)
Guerrilla Girls: Departamento de Reclamações (action)
Las Mujeres Artistas en Ecuador están en la lona (poster)
No soy feminista pero si lo fuera, de esto es de lo que me quejaria (action)
Guerrilla Girls at the Women's March, Washington DC
Guerrilla Girls at the Women's March, Los Angeles
Guerrilla Girls and Occupy Museums Statement and Protest, MoMA, NYC

Wealth & Power (poster/sticker)
Trump Announces New Commemorative Months (poster/sticker)
Complaints Department, Tate Modern (action)
The Hysterical Herstory of Hysteria and How It Was Cured: From Ancient Times Until Now, published with Michèle Didier Editions (book)
The Advantages of Owning Your Own Art Museum (poster/sticker)
Guerrilla Girls Twin Cities Takeover (banners, billboards, projections, and so much more!)

Why has 87% of Icelandic Film Centre funding gone to men? (billboard)
Billionaires hijack the art world. Guerrilla Girls hijack billionaires. Street project with The Illuminator (projections)
NYC Stickering Campaign: Billionaires Controlling Art
How many women had one-person exhibitions at NYC museums last year? Recount 2015 (sticker)
These galleries show no more than 20% women artists or none at all. Recount 2015 (sticker)
Dear Art Collector Billionaire (sticker)
Dear Art Museum Billionaire (sticker)
Dear Art Gallery Billionaire (sticker)

Do women have to be naked to get into music videos? (poster)
Bus companies are more enlightened than art galleries (poster)
Les Avantages D’etre Une Femme Artiste (poster)
The NY Art Book Fair, MoMA PS1, Queens, NY

Why are the Guerrilla Girls Talking Trash? Street project in Spanish and Basque for Alhondiga, Bilbao show (banner)
The Estrogen Bomb (banner)
Michele Bachmann (billboard)
Voter ID Minnesota (poster)
One Billion Rising (flash mob)
Boston Billboard Truck Project (banner)
Interactive Street Project for the Art Boom Festival in Krakow (banner)
Dearest Interview Magazine (project about the magazine's coverage for the march 2012 issue)
Guerrilla Girls to Museums: Time for Gender Reassignment (poster)
Do Women Have to be Naked to Get Into the Met. Museum? Update 2012 (poster)
The Guerrilla Girls' Art Museum Activity Book Update (2012 edition with new material and more pages)
Arms and the Man (poster, Stockholm, Sweden)
A Toast to Irish Art and I'm Not A Feminist (2 banners about the Irish art world)
Disturbing the Peace (poster in English and French, Montreal)
The Guerrilla Girls' Hysterical Herstory of Hysteria and How it Was Cured, from Ancient times Until Now (book)
Guerrilla Girls and Brainstormers Get Mad (action outside the Bronx Museum and on the streets of Chelsea, NY)
Dearest Eli Broad (action at Los Angeles County Museum of Art) 
Horror on the National Mall (project for the Washington Post) 
The Birth of Feminism (banner, Rotterdam, The Netherlands)
Do women have to be naked to get into U.S. museums? (sandwich board, China) 
Free the Women Artists! (sandwich board, China)
Dear Collector, (sandwich board in English and Chinese, China) 
Dear Collector, (banner in English and Greek, Greece)
¡Hay que quitar las Cadenas a las Mujeres Directoras! (banner, Mexico)
¡Hay que quitar las Cadenas a las Mujeres Directoras! (billboard, Spain)
Unchain the Woman Directors! (billboard)
The Future for Turkish Women Artists (billboard) 

Free Women Artists of Europe (poster, coaster)
The Venice Biennale (6 large scale banners)
The Guerrilla Girls' Art Museum Activity Book (book)
I Decide...They don't Decide (posters)
Bitches, Bimbos and Ballbreakers: the Guerrilla Girls' Illustrated Guide to Female Stereoytpes (book)
The Estrogen Bomb Update (project for the Village Voice, poster, sticker)
The Women's Terror Alert System (project for the Village Voice, poster)
The Trent L'Ottscar Billboard (billboard)
George Bush's Letter to Santa (poster)
The Anatomically Correct Oscar Billboard (billboard)
The Estrogen Bomb card (project for Spiritus Mundi)
The Birth of Feminism Movie Poster (poster, also project for The Nation, also in Adbusters #37)
GG's to join Whitney Museum's Acquistions Committee (action)
Guerrilla Girls go ape at the Oscars...and the Sundance Film Festival (sticker campaign with Alice Locas group)
Send a message to those body obsessed guys in Hollywood (stickers, projects in Bitch and Ms. magazines)

More Bushes in the White House? (poster)
What do Toilet Stalls and the Tony Awards have in Common? (poster, Guerrilla bag, action at Tony Awards, NY)
Know Your Theatre Lingo (poster)
Guerrilla Girls' Postcard Book (book) 
Brooklyn Landmark for Sale (poster)
Guerrilla Girls reveal secret Giuliani/Saatchi plan for Brooklyn Museum (poster)
There's a Tragedy on Broadway (poster, ad in In Theater, action at Tony Awards, NY)
The Anatomically Correct Oscar (project for The Nation)
Oh! The Joys of Being a Woman Playwright (poster, ad in New Dramatists)
Get Naked for Mass MOCA (billboard)
The Guerrilla Girls' Bedside Companion to the History of Western Art (book)
What Guerrilla Girls Do in Broadway and off-Broadway Theatre Bathrooms (sticker)
As Good as it Gets? (sticker)
Theater Quiz (ad in In Theater magazine)
You Can Change American Theater by Going to the Toilet (ad in Theater magazine)
Spy Kit/Kiosk for the New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York (project for exhibition) 
3 White women, 1 Woman of Color and no Men of Color— out of 71 artists? (postcard campaign and poster)
Moma Mia!!! 13 years and still counting! (poster)
How to Enjoy the Battle of the Sexes (project for The New Yorker)
Guerrilla Girls Proclaim Internet Too Pale, Too Male! (poster)
Sotheby's Protest (action and flier)
Publication of our first book, Confessions of the Guerrilla Girls (book)
Guerrilla Girls website debuts (website) 
Traditional Values and Quality Return to the Whitey Museum (poster)
Cold-blooded Beast Takes Over Washington (poster)
OJ/Andre (poster)
Trashy Ideas about the Environment (garbage bag)
Token Times (poster)
Top Ten Signs That You're an Art World Token (poster)

Sorry Sweetie / Way to go, dude! (poster and action at CAA conference, New York)
ARTFORHIM (poster)
Hot Flashes Quarterly, Vol. 1, No. 4 (quarterly newsletter)
Art World Shows It's Derriere (project for Ms. Magazine)
Discover How Discriminating Museums Are (project for Ms. Magazine) 
Hot Flashes Quarterly, Vol. 1, No. 2-3 (quarterly newsletter)
Hormone Imbalance/Melanin Deficiency (poster)
White Supremacism (a project for World Art)
Berlin Protest Bag (action)
Hot Flashes Quarterly, Vol. 1, No. 1 (quarterly newsletter)
If you're raped, you might as well “relax and enjoy it,” because no one will believe you! (poster)
Supreme Court Justice supports right to privacy for gays and lesbians. (poster)
Republicans do believe in a woman's right to control her own body! (poster)
Guerrilla Girls demand a return to traditional values on abortion. (poster)
How long did it take to loot South Central LA? (poster)
Hold on to your wallets! Cross your legs! (poster)
Guerrilla Girls explain the concept of natural law (project for Mirabella magazine)
Postcard campaign/protest over Guggenheim opening in SoHo, NY (action, postcard, Guerrilla head bag)
Montgomery, Alabama 1955? No. Saudi Arabia 1991. (poster)
Did she risk her life for governments that enslave women? (poster)
Dear Uncle Sam and the News Media (poster)
George Bush, “The Education President” (poster)
Missing in Action (poster)
What's the difference between a prisoner of war and a homeless person? (poster) 
These are the most bigoted galleries in New York. (poster)
“What I want for Mother's Day” (poster, project with The Artist & Homeless Collaborative)
”I can survive on the street.” (poster, project with The Artist & Homeless Collaborative)
“I've begged.” (poster, project with The Artist & Homeless Collaborative)
First they want to take away a woman's right to choose. Now they're censoring art. (billboard)
Guerrilla Girls go back to the jungle (project for Artforum)
Guerrilla Girls' Pop Quiz (poster)
Guerrilla Girls' identities exposed! (poster)
Guerrilla Girls' Definition of a Hypocrite (poster)
Guerrillas In Our Midst, a film by Amy Harrison (film)

We've encouraged our galleries to show more women & artists of color. Have you? (poster)
How many works by women artists were in the Andy Warhol & Tremaine Auctions at Sotheby's? (poster)
Guerrilla Girls Code of Ethics for Art Museums (poster)
You're seeing only 1/2 the picture without the vision of women artists and artists of color. (poster)
Bus companies are more enlightened than NYC Galleries. (poster)
Relax Senator Helms, the art world is your kind of place! (poster)
Do Women have to be naked to get into the Met. Museum? (poster)
When racism and sexism are no longer fashionable, what will your art collection be worth? (poster)
At last! Musuems will no longer discriminate against women and minority artists.(poster)
The Advantages Of Being A Woman Artist (poster)
We Sell White Bread (sticker)
What's fashionable, prestigious and tax deductible? (poster) 
Why in 1987 is Documenta 95% white and 83% male? (calling card)
Guerrilla Girls Review the Whitney (interactive exhibition at the Clocktower, New York)
Guerrilla Girls Hits List (poster) 
Hidden Agender/Passing the Buck (poster, panel discussions)
Under Surveillance this year... (poster) 
Which art magazine was worst for women last year? (poster) 
Only 4 commercial galleries in NY show black women. Only 1 shows more than 1. (poster) 
Guerrilla Girls' 1986 Report Card (poster) 
Dearest Art Collector (poster) 
It's Even Worse In Europe (poster) 
On Oct. 17 the Palladium will apologize to women artists (poster, curation of exhibition) 
These critics don't write enough about women artists (poster) 
John Russell thinks things are getting better for... (poster) 
Women in America earn only 2/3 of what men do. Women artists earn only 1/3 of what men artists do. (sticker/poster)
How many women had one-person exhibitions at NYC museums last year? (poster) 
These galleries show no more than 10% women artists or none at all. (poster) 
What do these artists have in common? (poster) 

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Centrale for Contemporary Art Brussels
McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, TX
Mjellby/Nolltrefem, Halmstad, Sweden
Hellerau Europäisches Zentrum der Künste, Dresden, Germany
Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
Helsinki Art Museum, Finland
Beyond the Streets, Los Angeles, CA
Fashion Institute of Technology, NY
San Diego State University, CA
Moore College of Art & Design, Philadelphia, PA
MAMA Cash Feminist Festival, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
Women Who Transformed Art in The West, Minnesota Street Project, San Francisco, CA
Kestnergesellschaft, Hannover, Germany
How Does Your Economic Reality Affect your Activism?, WAGE, NY

Jule Collins Smith Museum, Auburn, AL
UC Santa Barbara, CA
Regis College, Denver, CO
Cal State Sacramento, CA
Museum of Art São Paulo, Brazil
Frestas Trienal de Artes, Sorocaba, Brazil
Dallas Museum of Art, TX
Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art, Cal State University San Bernardino, CA
Norton Museum of Art, FL
Bluestocking Bookstore, NY
Baltimore Museum of Art, MD
Onassis Cultural Center, Athens, Greece
Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, WI
Harn Museum, FL
Augustana College, IL

New Hall College, Cambridge, UK
Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT
MOCA Scottsdale, AZ
Arizona State University, Scottsdale, AZ
Bowdoin College, Brunswick, ME
Arts Westchester, White Plains, NY
The New School with the Center for Book Arts, New York, NY
Hennepin Trust, Minneapolis, MN
Neuberger Museum, SUNY Purchase, NY
National Gallery of Art, Ontario, Canada
University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT
Weisman Museum, University of Minnesota, MN
Black Box Theater, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA
Printed Matter’s New York Art Book Fair, MoMA PS1, Queens, NY
Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Germany
Maison des Auteurs, Paris, France
Whitechapel Gallery, London, UK
Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK
SUNY Stony Brook, Stony Brook, NY
St Lawrence University, Canton, NY
University of Minnesota, Duluth, MN
University of Indianapolis, IN
Printed Matter’s Los Angeles Art Book Fair, MOCA, CA

Institute of the New York County Lawyers Association, NY
St Ann’s School, Brooklyn, NY
Smith College, Northampton, MA
Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersberg, FL
St. Catherines College, St. Paul, MN
Minneapolis College of Art and Design, MN
Minneapolis Institute of Art, MN
Printed Matter’s New York Art Book Fair, MoMA PS1, Queens, NY
Pitchwise Festival, Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina
Museum of the City of New York, NY
Reykjavik Arts Festival, Iceland
Texas Women’s University, Denton, TX
Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, GA
Printed Matter’s Los Angeles Art Book Fair, MOCA, CA
Stanford University, Stanford, CA
Pomona College Museum of Art, Pomona, CA
Matadero Madrid, Madrid, Spain
Akademie der Bildenden Künste Wien, Vienna, Austria

East Central University, Ada, OK
Ball State University, Muncie, IN
Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne, IN
University of California at Santa Barbara, CA
Fairfield University, Fairfield, CT
Victoria and Albert Museum, London, U.K
Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, WA
Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT
City College of New York Spitzer School of Architecture, New York, NY
University of Virignia, Charlottesville, VA
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
Blackburn College, Carlinville, IL
Google Cutural Institute, Paris, France
Krannert Art Museum University of Illinois, Champaign, IL
University of Denver, Denver, CO

Davis Museum, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA
Warren County Community College, Washington, NJ
Princeton University School of Architecture, Princeton, NJ
Iberoamericana y MUAC, Mexico City, Mexico
Chaffey College, Rancho Cucamonga, CA
Utah Musuem of Art, Salt Lake City, UT
Weber State University, Ogden, UT
Utah State University, Logan, UT
Meltdown Festival direction by Yoko Ono, London, U.K.
Chapman University, Orange, CA
Kunsthalle of Bergen, and Knipsu Art Academy, Bergen, Norway
Skowhegan Awards Dinner, New York, NY
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Carnegie Natural History Museum, Pittsburgh, PA
Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN
East Carolina University, Greenville, NC
Hunter College, New York, NY

Fordham University, New York, NY
Monserrat College of Art, Beverly, MA
St. Francis College, Brooklyn, NY
Alhóndiga Bilbao, Bilbao, Spain
North Community College, Saranac Lake, NY
Art Boom Festival, Krakow, Poland
Printed Matter, New York, NY
Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY
University of Hartford, West Hartford, CT
Tompkins Cortland Community College, Dryden, NY
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
Lake Forest College, Lake Forest, IL
Columbia College Chicago, Chicago, IL
Princeton University Art Museum, Princeton, NJ
Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH
Coastal Carolina University, Conway, SC

Colby College, Waterville, ME
Nasher Museum, Duke University, Durham, NC
Miami University of Ohio, Hamilton, OH
Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ
White Space, Zurich, Switzerland
University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL
Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
IFC Center, New York, NY
University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland
Työväenmuseo Werstas, Tampere, Finland
Göteborgs Konsthall, Göteborgs, Sweden
University of California Riverside, Riverside, CA
College of Charleston, Charleston, SC
University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
Northern Michigan University, Marquette, MI
University of Arizona, Tuscon, AZ
Kutztown University, Kutztown, PA
The Cafe Santropol, Montréal, Quebec, Canada
Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase College, Purchase, NY
CAA 2011 Annual Conference, PNew York, NY

Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), Providence, RI
Centre Pompidou, Paris, France
New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM
Shippensburg University, Shippensburg, PA
California University of Pennsylvania, California, PA
Creative and Performing Arts High School, Pittsburgh, PA
Central Missouri State University, Warrensburg, MO
School of the Art Institute of Chicago commencement keynote, Chicago, IL
Gender International Encounters Symposium, Seville, Spain
Institute for Art, Religion and Social Justice, New York, NY
Sage College of Albany, Albany, NY
University of California at Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA
Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA
San Diego Mesa College, San Diego, CA
Augsburg College, Minneapolis, MN
Oi Futura, Rio de Janiero, Brazil
São Paolo Bienal, São Paolo, Brazil
SESC, São Paulo, Brazil
Centro Cultural Montehermoso, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Araba, Spain

University of North Texas, Denton, TX
University of California at Santa Barbara, CA
Rutgers University, Newark, NJ
University of Ulster, Belfast, Ireland
Millenium Court Arts Centre, Portadown, Northern Ireland
Glucksman Gallery, Cork, Ireland
National College of Art & Design, Dublin, Ireland (with Trinity College)
Butler Gallery, Kilkenny, Ireland
Illinois State University, Normal, IL
University of Chicago, Chicago, IL
Iowa State University, Ames, IA
Grinnell College, Grinnell, IA
Bitch Magazine Lecture Series, Portland State University, Portland, OR
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA
Atlantic Theatre Festival, Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada
Acadia University, Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada
University College, Dublin, Ireland
University of Ulster, Belfast, Northern Ireland
West Virginia State University, Institute, WV
Michigan State Art Educator’s Conference, Kalamazoo, MI
Chicago Humanities Festival, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
National Women's Studies Conference, Atlanta, GA

College Art Association Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX
Oakton Community College, Des Plaines, IL
Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY
Hamilton College, Clinton, NY
Longwood University, Richmond, VA
Randolph College (formerly Randolph Macon Women’s College), Lynchburg, VA
MacMurray College, Jacksonville, IL
Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, OH
Kansas City YWCA, Kansas City, KS
Asheville Museum of Art, Asheville, NC
Wilson College, Chambersburg, PA
University of Connecticut at Storrs, CT
Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA
University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA
Housatonic Museum of Art, Bridgeport, CT
Salem College, Winston-Salem, NC
516 Arts, Albuquerque, NM

Feminist Futures Symposium, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
Brentwood School, Brentwood, CA
Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA
New Museum High School Program, New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, NY
Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington, IL
Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ
Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Scottsdale, AZ
National Art Educators Association Annual Conference, New York, NY
Queens College, Queens, NY
Grand Valley State University, Allendale, MI
Miami University of Ohio, Middletown, OH
University of Illinois, Springfield, IL
University of Rochester, Rochester, NY
Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA
Pacific University, Forest Grove, OR
Hellenic American Union, Athens, Greece
Intercollege, Lefkosia, Cyprus
Tekniart, Pafos, Cyprus
PitchWise Festival, Bosnia Herzegovina
University of Leeds, Leeds, U.K.
Oakland University, Rochester, MI
Muskegon Museum of Art, Muskegon, MI
Networking 2007, Tuscany, Italy
New York City Art Teachers Artist-of-the-Year Award Ceremony, New York, NY
National Museum of Women in the Arts Washington, D.C.
MacMurray College, Springfield, IL
Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, TX
Art Educators of Indiana Conference, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN
Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA
Springside School, Philadelphia, PA
Chatham College for Women, Pittsburgh, PA
Seton Hill University, Greensburg, PA
Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA

American Cinematheque, Hollywood, CA
Center for Inquiry-West, Los Angeles, CA
Oakwood School, North Hollywood, CA
University of Maryland, College Park, MD
Smith College, Northampton, MA
East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
Barnard College, New York, NY
Yale University, New Haven, CT
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point, WI
Boston Women's Fund Benefit and Women's Film Festival, Cambridge, MA
Centraal Museum, Utrecht, Holland
Tate Modern, London, UK

Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA
St. Louis Museum of Contemporary Art, St. Louis, MO
Cal State Sacramento, Sacramento, CA
Amnesty International, London, U.K.
Greenpeace, Toronto, Canada
Triple Candie, New York, NY
Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL
Stetson University, Deland, FL
University of Wisconsin, Whitewater, WI
Los Angeles Valley College, Van Nuys, CA
University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY
University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK
Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY
Bradley University, Preoria, IL
Reed College Arts Festival, Portland, OR
Clemson University, Clemson, SC
Goucher Gollege, Baltimore, MD
Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ
Quilt Conference, Lincoln, NE
ARCO Conference, Madrid, Spain

Polk Museum, Lakeland, FL
Florida Southern College, Lakeland, FL
Columbia University, New York, NY
University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS
Wabash College, Crawfordsville, IN
University of Maine, Orono, ME
Eastern Connecticut State University, Willimantic, CT
Binghampton University, Binghampton, NY
Skidmore College, Saratog Springs, NY
Boston University, Boston, MA
Our Bodies, Ourselves, Boston, MA
Furman University, Greenville, SC
University of Memphis, Memphis, TN
University of Louisville, Louisville, KY
Idaho State University, Pocatello, ID
Utah state Art Educators Conference, St. George, UT
Iowa State University, Ames, IA
Washington and Lee University, Lexington, VA
Albion College, Albion, MI
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
Radcliffe Union of Students/Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
College Art Association, Seattle, WA
ARCO Conference, Madrid, Spain

Texas Art Education Association Conference, Dallas, TX
Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY
Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
The Ellis School, Pittsburgh, PA
Clarion State University, Clarion, PA
Slippery Rock University, Slippery Rock, PA
Allegheny College, Meadville, PA
Modern Times Bookstore, San Francisco, CA
Diesel Bookstore, Oakland, CA
Powell’s Books, Portland, OR
Mark Taper Auditorium, Los Angeles Public Library, Los Angeles, CA
Philadelphia Free Library, Philadelphia, PA
Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
Barnes & Noble, New York City, NY
Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame, IN
Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN
Harry W. Schwartz Bookshop, Milwaukee, WI
92nd Street Y, New York City, NY
The Mama Gathering, Los Angeles, CA
Ohio Northern University, Ada, OH
Bates College, Lewiston, ME
Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH
Track 16 Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
El Sereno Middle School, Los Angeles, CA
Roger Williams University, Bristol, RI
California State University Long Beach, Long Beach, CA
California State University San Marcos, San Marcos, CA
Drury College, Springfield, MO
University of Missouri, St. Louis, MO
University of Nebraska, Omaha, NE
Lewis & Clark College, Portland, OR
University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA
College of New Jersey, Ewing, NJ
LaSalle University, Philadelphia, PA
Towson University, Towson, MD
Hollins University, Roanoke, VA
Chemeketa Community College, Salem, OR
Queens College, Queens, NY
Piscataway High School, Piscataway, NJ

Ringling College of Art, Sarasota, FL
University of South Florida, Tampa, FL
Emory University, Atlanta, GA
Boise State University, Boise, ID
Butler University, Indianapolis, IN
Loyola University, New Orleans, LA
Tufts University, Boston, MA
College of Creative Studies, Detroit, MI
Kutztown University, Kutztown, PA
Gettysburg College, Gettysburg PA
George Mason University, Fairfax, VA
Vienna, Austria
Fundación Bilbao Arte Fundacioa, Bilbao, Spain
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
Westminster College, Salt Lake City, UT
University of California at Irvine, Irvine, CA
McColl Center for Visual Art, Charlotte, NC
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
Towson University, Towson, MD
Whitman College, Walla Walla, WA
Washington State University, Pullman, WA

Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA
Columbia School of Journalism, Columbia University, New York, NY
State University of New York, Oswego, NY
Smith College, Northampton, MA
El Rey Theater, Center for Political Graphics Benefit, Los Angeles, CA
A.S.K. Theatre Festival, Los Angeles, CA
ATHE Conference, Chicago, IL

Ms. Millenium Conference, New York City, NY
Skowhegan School of Painting & Scuplture, Skowhegan, ME
New School University, New York, NY
Barnes and Noble, Astor Place, New York City, NY
Encuentro Nacional de Escritoras, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, OH
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
Northern Illinois University, Dekalb, IL
Scripps College, Claremont, CA
The Stanley Theatre, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Kenyon College, Gambier, OH
Queens University, Ontario, Canada
University of Chicago, Chicago, IL
Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN
Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI
Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.
University of Maine, Orono, ME
New York University, New York City, NY
Melbourne, Australia

University of the Redlands, Redlands, CA
St Michael's College, Burlington , VT
Washington University, Gallery of Art, St. Louis. MO
University of Indiana, Bloomington, IN
Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL
University of Wisconsin, WI

Dennison University, Granville, OH
Arteleku, San Sebastián, Spain
College of Charlestown, Charlestown, SC
College of Santa Fe, Santa Fe, NM
Hampshire College, Northampton, MA
Iowa State, Ames, IA
Kent State, Kent, OH
Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA
Truman State University, Kirksville, MI
University of Southern California, Santa Barbara, CA
William Patterson College, Wayne, NJ
Williams College, Williamstown, MA

Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
Central Michigan University, Pleasant, MI
Hobart and William Smith College, Geneva, NY
Internationale Sommerakademie Fur Bildene Kunst, Salzburg, Austria
Newcomb College Center for Research on Women, New Orleans, LA
NYU Tisch School for the Arts, New York City, NY
Pratt University, New York City, NY
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN

California State University, Fresno, CA
Centre International D'Arts Visuels, Marseille, France
Douglas College, New Brunswick, NJ
Monroe Community College, Rochester, NY
Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA
Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY
School of Visual Arts, New York, NY
University of Redlands, Redlands, CA
Wadsworth Athenaeum, Hartford, CT

Centre d'Art, Santa Monica, Barcelona, Spain
DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, MA
Guild Hall, East Hampton, NY
Mary Washington University, Fredericksburg, VA
New School for Social Research, New York, NY
Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
S.U.N.Y. Brockport, NY
Texas Woman's University, Denton, TX
University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH
University of South Florida, Tampa, FL

Adelaide Festival, South Australia
Armand Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA
Delta College, Midland, MI
Detroit Institute of Art, Detroit, MI
Miami Dade Community College, Miami, FL
Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, WI
Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, Montgomery, AL
Nassau Community College, Garden City, NY
Nike, Inc., Beaverton, OR
Reed College, Portland, OR
Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY
Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA
University of California at Los Angeles, CA
Alberta College of Art, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Alfred University, Alfred, NY
Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, MD
Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
Bennington College, Bennington, VT
Berlin, Germany
Book Works, London, U.K.
Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, MA
California Institute of Arts (CalArts), Valencia, CA
Chicago Art Institute, Chicago, IL
Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, OH
College Art Association, New York, NY
Dennison University, Granville, OH
Falkirk Cultural Center, San Rafael, CA
Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, PA
Gardener Museum, Boston, MA
Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, PA
Graz, Austria
Headlands Center for the Arts, Sausalito, CA
Herron Gallery, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA
IAWA Symposium, Dublin, Ireland
Indiana State Univeristy, Terre Haute, IN
MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
Miami University, Oxford, OH
Mills College, Oakland CA
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA
National Association of Arts Organizations (NAAO)
NCECA 1991 Conference
New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM
Ontario College of Art, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Oslo Kunstforening, Oslo, Norway
Princeton University, Princeton, NJ
R.C.A.A.O. Montreal, Canada
Radcliffe College at Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI
Sackler Museum, Washington, D.C.
San Francisco State University, CA
San Jose State University, San Francisco, CA
Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY
Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, CA
Spencer Art Museum, Lawrence, KS
St. Lawrence University, Canton, NY
Stockholm, Sweden
Purchase College, State Universtiy of New York, Purchase, NY
Symposium 1990, Basel, Switzerland
Ulmer Museum, Ulm, Germany
University of California at Davis, Davis, CA
University of California at Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA
University of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder, CO
University of Texas, Austin, TX
Vienna, Austria
Wadsworth Athenuem, Hartford, CT
Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA
Wichita State University, Wichita, KS
Williams College, Williamstown, MA
X Mostra Gravura, Curitiba, Brazil
Yale University, New Haven, CT

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Not Ready To Make Nice, Philadelphia, January 20 – March 17
Eve, Amar Gallery, London, January 23 – March 23
The Art of Behaving Badly, Kestnergesellschaft, Hanover, January 26 – April 8
Mirror Mirror, Newark, February 8 – December 20
T-Shirt: Cult, Culture, Subversion, Fashion and Textile Museum, London, February 9 – May 6
Brand New: Art and Commodity In The 1980s, Hirshhorn Museum, Washington DC, February 14 – March 13
Guerrilla Girls: Conscience of the Art World, Muscarelle Museum of Art, College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, VA, February 10 – May 13, 2018

Not Ready To Make Nice: The Guerrilla Girls in the Art World and Beyond, Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art, Cal State University San Bernardino, CA, February 11 – May 20, 2017
Person of the Crowd: The Contemporary Art of Flânerie, Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia, PA,  February 25 – May 22, 2017
Scénario fantôme: Collection Frac Normandie Caen, France. March 11 – May 21, 2017
CHEAP Street Poster Art Fair, Bologna Italy. May 1 – May 7, 2017
Converging Voices: Gender and Identity, Hofstra University Museum, Hampstead, NY. May 2 – December 15, 2017
Taking it to the Streets!: The Art + Design of Posters + Flyers on the Lower East Side in the 80s + 90s, Museum of Reclaimed Urban Space, New York, NY. May 4 – May 31, 2017
Action!, Kunsthaus Zürich, Switzerland, June 23 - July 30, 2017
Is It Even Worse In Europe, Gaia Gallery, Istanbul, Turkey, June 29 – Sunday, August 13, 2017
Intimacy is Political: Sex, Gender, Language, Power, Centro Cultural Metropolitano Quito, Peru, July 29 - November 12, 2017
Sie sagen, wo Rauch ist, ist auch Feuer, A collaboration between the Kunsthalle Bern and the Kunsthaus Glarus, Bern, Switzerland, August 12 – Sunday, October 1, 2017
One Is Not Enough! , video installation at the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, November 11, 2017
Guerrilla Girls: Departamento de Reclamações, Trienial de Artes, Sorocaba, Brazil, August 12 - December 3, 2017
Not Ready To Make Nice: The Guerrilla Girls in the Art World and Beyond,Verge Center for the Arts, Sacramento, CA September 7 – Sunday, October 22, 2017
Guerrilla Girls: The Art of Behaving Badly, Denison Museum, Granville, OH, September 25 – Friday, December 15, 2017
Guerrilla Girls: Gráfica, 1985-2017, Museo de Arte de São Paulo, Brazil, September 28, 2017 - March 19, 2018

SNACK, Akron Art Museum, Akron, OH. January 16 - September 3, 2016.
Art at the Center: Guerrilla Girls, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN. January 21 – December 31, 2016.
Minneapolis Institute of Art, MN. January 21 – March 1, 2016.
HORMONAL, LifeSpace Science Art Research Gallery, Dundee, Scotland. March 3 - April 28, 2016.
Inaugural Exhibition , Tate Modern, London, UK. 2016-2017
Whitechapel Gallery, London. March 19 – September 4, 2016.
GUERRILLA GIRLS: ART, ACTIVISM & THE “F” WORD, The Benton, Connecticut State Art Museum. March 24 – May 22, 2016.
MINISTÈRE TA MÈRE, Galerie de Multiples, Paris. April 2 – May 7, 2016.
THREE CENTURIES OF AMERICAN PRINTS, National Gallery of Art, Washington DC. April 3 – July 24, 2016.
Inaugural Exhibition, Tate Modern, London. Opening June 17, 2016.
GUERRILLA GIRLS: 1985 - TODAY, Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, Netherlands. July 9, 2016 –  January 15, 2017.
We Call it Ludwig: The Museum Ludwig is Turning 40, Ludwig Museum, Köln, Germany. August 26, 2016 – January 8, 2017.
GUERRILLA GIRLS, LA BARBE, Galerie mfc-Michèle Didier, Paris, France. September 9 – November 12, 2016.
Not Ready To Make Nice: The Guerrilla Girls in the Art World and Beyond, Zuccaire Gallery, SUNY Stony Brook, NY. September 13 – October 22, 2016.
Intra-Action: Women Artists from the Harn Collection, Harn Museum of Art. September 20, 2016 – July 16, 2017
FRONT ROOM: GUERRILLA GIRLS, Baltimore Museum. September 25, 2016 – March 12, 2017
Political Intent, Museum of Fine Art, Boston, October 2016 – July 30, 2017
Not Ready to Make Nice, 49 Nord 6 Est - Frac Lorraine, France. November 10, 2016 – February 19, 2017
Andy Warhol and the Guerrilla Girls, Tate Modern, London, UK. 2016-2017
IS IT STILL EVEN WORSE IN EUROPE?, Whitechapel Gallery, London. October 1, 2016 – March 5, 2017
SKANDAL NORMAL?, OK Offenes Kulturhaus OÖ, Linz, Austria, December 2, 2016 – April 30, 2017.

“Agitprop,” Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY. December 11, 2015 – August 15, 2016.
“When Artists Speak Truths,” Rubins Museum, NY. November 12, 2015 - March 18, 2016.
“Archive Bound,” Center for Book Arts, NY. October 2 – December 12, 2015.
“PUNK: sus rastros en el arte contemporáneo,” Centro-Museo Vasco de Arte Contemporáneo (ARTIUM). Araba, Spain. October 23, 2015 – January 31, 2016.
“When Artists Speak Truths,” Rubins Museum, New York, NY. November 12, 2015 – March 18, 2016.
“(Counter) Public Art, Intervention and Performance in Lower Manhattan from 1978-1993,” Nathan Cummings Foundation Center, November 1, 2015 – August 7, 2016.
“Public Works: Artists’ Interventions 1970s-NOW,” Mills College Art Museum. Oakland, CA. September 16- December 13, 2015.
“Not Ready To Make Nice,” The Richard E. Peeler Art Center, DePauw University. Greencastle, IN, September 3 – December 11, 2015.
“Triacontagon: A Celebration of 30 Years of the Artists’ Fellowship Program,” presented by NYFA at Westbeth Gallery. New York, NY. August 13 – 30, 2015.
“WOMAN X WOMAN,” Station 16 Gallery. Montreal, Canada. July 29 – August 8, 2015.
“In the City,” City of Bremen, Germany. July 18 – October 11, 2015.
“(Counter) Public Art, Intervention & Performance in Lower Manhattan from 1978-1993,” Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. New York, NY. May 23 – September 7, 2015.
“How Posters Work,” Cooper Hewitt Museum. New York, NY. May 8 – November 15, 2015.
“Guerrilla Girls: Not Ready To Make Nice: 30 Years and Still Counting,” Abrons Art Center. New York, NY. May 1 – 17, 2015.
“PUNK: sus rastros en el arte contemporáneo,” Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo (CA2M). Madrid, Spain. March 26 – October 4, 2015.
“GUERRILLA GIRLS 1985-2015,” Matadero Madrid. Madrid, Spain, January 30 – April 26, 2015.
“GUERRILLA GIRLS: Art in Action,” Pomona College Museum of Art. Pomona, CA, January 20 – May 17, 2015.
“Not Ready To Make Nice,” Georgia Museum of Art, University of Georgia. Athens, GA. December 6, 2014 – March 1, 2015.
“States of Flux,” Tate Modern, London. Ongoing since 2004.

“Not Ready To Make Nice,” Georgia Museum of Art University of Georgia. Athens, GA, December 6 - March 1, 2015.
“Infinite Jest,” La Panacée Centre de Culture Contemporaine Montepellier. France, October 10 – February 2015.
“Seeing the Invisible: Life on the Street,” Begovich Gallery, CalState Fullerton, CA, Sept 6 – Oct 11
“Not Ready To Make Nice,” Thomas J. Walsh Art Gallery Fairfield University, Fairfield, CT, Sept 1 - Nov 15
“Asian Youth in Art Exhibit,” Asian Youth in Action (AYA), CAAAV, New York, NY, Aug 24
“Disobedient Objects,” Victoria & Albert Museum, London, July 26, 2014 - Feb 1, 2015
“Female Intervention,” Kleine Humboldt Galerie, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Germany, June 24 – July 18
“G I R L –curated by Pharrell Williams,” Galerie Perrotin, Paris, France, May 27 - June 25
“Guerrilla Girls: Art in Action,” Middlebury College of Art, Middlebury, VT . April 1 - May 25
“Whitney Houston Biennial: I'm Every Woman 20” Jay Street suite 207 Brooklyn, NY. March 9
“Archive slivers: women, men, power,” Bremen Archive, Bremen, Germany March 6 - June 1
“The Medium and the Message: The Poster in the Clash of Ideologies 1914-2014,” TDOX Centre for Contemporary Art in Prague:  Prague, Czech Republic. Feb 13 - May 19
“Art Turning Left: How Values Changed Making 1789-2013,” Tate Liverpool, Liverpool, UK. Through Feb 2.
“Maison du livre de l'image et du son,” Villeurbanne France. Jan 25 - March 14
“Not Ready To Make Nice,” Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Champaign, IL. Jan 24 - April 6
“Guerrilla Girls.” Paris 8 University Gallery. Saint Denis Banlieue, France. January 20-31
“Guerrilla Girls 1985-2013,” Alhóndiga Bilbao. Bilbao, Spain, through January 19, 2014.
“Minimal Resistance - Between late modernism and globalisation: artistic practices during the 80s and 90s,” Museo Reina Sofia. Madrid, Spain, through January 5, 2014.
“States of Flux,” Tate Modern. London, U.K., ongoing since 2004.

“Guerrilla Girls 1985-2013,” Alhóndiga Bilbao. Bilbao, Spain, October 3-January 19, 2014.
“States of Flux,” Tate Modern. London, U.K., ongoing since 2004.
“Art Turning Left: How Values Changed Making 1789-2013,” Tate Liverpool. Liverpool, U.K., November 8-February 2, 2014.
“Yoko Ono’s Meltdown,” Southbank Centre. London, U.K., June 14-June 23, 2013.
“Minimal Resistance. Between late modernism and globalization: artistic practices during the 80s and 90s,” Museo Nacional Centro de Art Reina Sofía. Madrid, Spain, October 15-January 5, 2014.
“Guerrilla Girls,” GDM Gallery, Palais de Tokyo. Paris, France, June 21-August 31, 2013.
“Göteborg International Biennial,” Göteborg Konsthall. Göteborg, Sweden, September 7-November 17, 2013.
“Elles: Women Artists from the Centre Pompidou,” Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
“Elles: Women Artists from the Centre Pompidou,” Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil, Belo Horizonte, Brazil.
“Feminism: from avant-garde to the present day,” Worker and Collective Farm Girl. Moscow, Russia, March 7-May 12, 2013.
“Qui Aurait Pu Imaginer Une Chose Pareille?,” Maison de la Catalanité. Perpignan, France, March 1-April 2, 2013.
“Gnadenlos- Künstlerinnen und das Komische,” Paula Modersohn-Becker Museum. Bremen, Germany, March 10-June 9, 2013.
“Object Permanence,” Hessel Museum of Art, Bard College. Annandale-on-Hudson, NY, March 24-May 26, 2013.
“Backflip: Feminism and humour in Contemporary Art,” Margaret Lawrence Gallery, Victoria College of the Arts, The University of Melbourne. Melbourne, Australia, April 26-May 25, 2013.
“Art/Activism: Annual Pride Art Exhibition – New York,” Clifford Chance US LLP. New York City, NY, June 13-September 13, 2013.
“Guerrilla Girls 1985-2000,” Peter Fingesten Gallery, Pace University. New York City, NY, September 17-October 12, 2013.
“Canceled: Alternative Manifestrations & Productive Failures,” Freedman Gallery, Albright College. Reading, PA, October 10-November 17, 2013.

“States of Flux,” Tate Modern. London, U.K., ongoing since 2004.
“This Will Have Been: Art, Love, and Politics in the 1980’s,” Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. Chicago, IL, February 11-June 3, 2012.
“SUPERMARKET 2012 - Stockholm Independent Art Fair,” Kulturhuset. Stockholm Sweden, February 17-19, 2012.
“Not Ready to Make Nice: Guerrilla Girls, in the Artworld and Beyond,” A+D Gallery, Columbia College Chicago and Glass Curtain Gallery. Chicago, IL, March 1-April 21, 2012.
“Indomitable Women, a (his)tory of Women in Audiovisual Art (1944-2009),” presented by Macu Moran, National Museum Reina Sofia. Madrid, Spain, March 7-24, 2012.
“Cancelled: Alternative Manifestations and Productive Failures,” The Center for Book Arts. New York City, NY, April 18-June 30, 2012.
“Zulma Aguiar of Time Based Arts presents Guerrilla Girls’ Video,” The Greenhouse Innovation Hub. Honolulu, HI, May 16, 2012.
“I’m Not A Feminist, But If I Was, This Is What I Would Complain About…: Interactive Street Project ,” Art Boom Festival. Krakow, Poland, June 15, 2012.
“This Will Have Been: Art, Love, and Politics in the 1980’s,” Walker Art Center. Minneapolis, MN, June 30-September 30, 2012.
“Agents Of Change: Artists As Activists,” The University Library Art Gallery, Sonoma State University. Rohnert Park, CA, August 16-November 8, 2012.
“Not Ready to Make Nice: The Guerrilla Girls in the Art World and Beyond,”  Monserrat College of Art. Beverly, MA. August 25-December 15, 2012.
“Do Women Have To Be Naked To Get Into Boston Museums? Mobile Billboard Project,” city wide in Boston. Boston, MA, August 25-December 15, 2012.
“Shock of the News,” National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC, September 23-January 27, 2013.
“Minneapolis Marriage Equality Billboard Project,” Minneapolis, MN, October 1-26, 2012.
“Elles: Women Artists from the Centre Pompidou,” Seattle Museum of Art. Seattle, WA, October 11-January 13, 2013.
“Nervous Women,” Museum Dr. Guislain. Ghent, Belguim. October 13-May 26, 2013.
“This Will Have Been: Art, Love and Politics in the 1980’s,” Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston. Boston, MA, October 26-January 27, 2013.
“Of The People,” Contemporary Wing. Washington, D.C., October 26-December 1, 2012.
“MERCILESS – Female Artists and the Comical,” Städtische Museen Heilbronn, Kunsthalle Vogelmann. Heilbronn, Germany, November 16-February 24, 2013.

“States of Flux,” Tate Modern. London, U.K., ongoing since 2004.
“Contemporary Art from the Collection,” Museum of Modern Art. New York City, NY, through May 9, 2011.
“Public Sphere,” Gallery Loop. Seoul, Korea, through February 6, 2011. 
“elles@centrepompido,” Centre Pompidou. Paris, France, since 2009 through February 21.
“The Satirical Edge in Contemporary Prints and Graphics,” Alsdorf Gallery, Mary & Leigh Block Museum of Art, Northwestern University. Evanston, IL, January 14-March 13, 2011. 
“The Deconstructive Impulse: Women Artists Reconfigure the Signs of Power, 1973-1991,” Neuberger Museum of Art. Purchase, NY, January 15-April 3, 2011. 
Art Space at Meyer's Place, Melbourne, Australia. April 2011.
“Feminist Masked Avengers 30 Early Guerrilla Girls’ Posters, Recent work by Guerrilla Girls, Guerrilla Girls BroadBand, Guerrilla Girls on Tour!,” Mason Gross School of the Arts Galleries, Rutgers University. New Brunswick, NJ, June 1-September 7, 2011.
“The Guerrilla Girls Talk Back,” National Museum of Women in the Arts. Washington DC, June 17-October 2, 2011.
“Beziehungsarbeit. Kunst und Institution,” Künstlerhaus Vienna. Vienna, Austria, June 17-October 16, 2011.
“The Deconstructive Impulse: Women Artists Reconfigure the Signs of Power, 1973-1991,” Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University. Durham, NC, September 15-December 5, 2011.
“One Vision/Multiple Hands,” Burnaby Art Gallery. Vancouver, Canada, September 8-November 13, 2011.
“Ready-To-Print,” White Space. Zurich, Switzerland, September 17-23, 2011.
“El Encuentro Mundial de Arte Corporal (The World Body Art Festival),” Teatro Teresa Careeño. Caracas, Venezuela, November 17-20, 2011.

“L’Observatori de les Dones en els Mitjans de Comnicació,” Citilab Corneliá. Catalonia, Spain, October 23, 2010.
“The Graphic Imperative: International Posters of Peace, Social Justice and the Environment 1965-2005,”  Monroe Brown Gallery, Gwen Frostic School of Art, Western Michigan University. Kalamazoo, MI, January 14-February 19, 2010.
“The Visible Vagina,” Francis M. Naumann Fine Art. New York City, NY, January 28-March 20, 2010.
“A Space for Dialogue: Fresh Perspectives on the Permanent Collection from Dartmouth's Students,” Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College. Dartmouth, NH, February, 2010.
“2010 Whitney Biennial,” Whitney Museum of American Art. New York City, NY, February 25-May 30, 2010.
“Art Against Empire: Graphic Responses to US Interventions Since W.W.II,” Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions. Los Angeles, CA, March 10-April 18, 2010.
“Becoming Bitch, Becoming Outcast,” Gerrit Rietveld Academie. Amsterdam, The Netherlands, March 11, 2010.
“IX Festival Internacional de la Imagen,” Centro Cultural y de Convenciones Teatro los Fundadores. Manizales, Colombia, April 13-17, 2010.
“Guerrilla Girls' All Ireland project,” National College of Art and Design (NCAD). Dublin, Ireland, May.
“Indomitable Women,” Centre Cultura de Dones Francesca Bonnemaison. Barcelona, Spain, May 19-27, 2010.
“2010 BITT Festival,” Artrang Gallery. Seoul, Korea, June 3-5, 2009.
“Contemporary Art from the Collection,” Museum of Modern Art. New York City, NY, June 30-September 19, 2011.
“Goddesses,” National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design. Oslo, Norway, July 1-January 1, 2011.
“Out of the Closet and Into the Street: Posters of LGBTQ Struggles & Celebration,” ONE Archives Gallery & Museum. West Hollywood, CA, July 3-September 25, 2010.
“Guerrilla Girls, New Work Revealed,” Gallery no. 76 John Street, Kilkenny County Council Arts Office. Kilkenny, Ireland, July 30-September 24, 2010.
Tallinn, Estonia, Sep 9-Oct
“Aleppo 8th International Women Art Festival,” Le Pont Organization. Aleppo, Syria, October 7-17, 2009.
“ANARCHY: In Search of a New World Order,” Harlem PoP. New York City, NY, December 5-19, 2009.
“The 1st Public Discourse Sphere-After effects of Neo-liberalism,” Gallery LOOP. Seoul, Korea, December 9-February 6, 2011.

“The Graphic Imperative: International Posters of Peace, Social Justice and the Environment 1965-2005,” Snite Museum of Art, University of Notre Dame. Notre Dame, IN, January 25-March 1, 2009.
“Hysteria: Past yet Present,” Paul Robeson Gallery, Rutgers University. Newark, NJ, February 5-April 9, 2009.
“Bush,” Millenium Court Arts Center. Portadown, Northern Ireland, March 2-May 30, 2009.
“Bushwhacked,” Ivan Dougherty Gallery, College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales. Sydney, Australia, March 5-28 , 2009.
“Radical Detour and the 1st Annual Berkshire Festival of Women in the Arts,” The Storefront Artist Project. Pittsfield, MA, March 6-29, 2009.
“The Graphic Imperative: International Posters of Peace, Social Justice and the Environment 1965-2005,” Wilson Art Center Gallery, Ohio Northern University. Ada, OH, March 16-April 30, 2009.
“The Graphic Imperative: International Posters of Peace, Social Justice and the Environment 1965-2005,” Museum of Design Atlanta. Atlanta, GA, May 15-August 15, 2009.
“elles@centrepompidou,” Centre Pompidou. Paris, France, May 27-May 24, 2010.
“REBELLE: Art and Feminism 1969-2009,” Museum voor Moderne Kunst. Arnhem, The Netherlands, May 30-August 23, 2009.
“Then and Now: 20th Anniversary of the Center Show,” The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center. New York City, NY, June 1-September 4, 2009.
“MasterPeaces - High Art for Higher Purpose,” DaVinci Gallery, Los Angeles City College. Los Angeles, California, June 6-July 27, 2009.
“Ingres et les Modernes,” Musée Ingres. Montauban, France, July 3-October 4, 2009.
“On the Margins of Art - Creation and Political Engagement,” Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona. Barcelona, Spain, July 10-November 8, 2009.
“KÅT A4 (Horny),” Galleri Box. Gothenburg, Sweden, July 24-August 9, 2009.
“The Art of Persuasion: Poster Design from 1896 through 2008,” Albin O. Kuhn Library & Gallery, University of Maryland. Baltimore, MD, August 25-December 13, 2009.
“The Graphic Imperative: International Posters of Peace, Social Justice and the Environment 1965-2005,”  Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas. Lawrence, KS, September 1-November 30, 2009.
“Guerrilla Girls,” Women's Studies Department and the Institute for Research on Women and Gender, Lane Hall, University of Michigan. Ann Arbor, MI, September 1-December 15, 2009.
“Guerrilla Girls,”  Acadia University Art Gallery. Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada, September 17-November 1, 2009.
“Guerrilla Girls Research and New Work,” Millenium Court Arts Centre. Portadown, Northern Ireland, 2009.
“Guerrilla Girls: Retrospective,” Millenium Court Arts Centre. Portadown, Northern Ireland, April 1-May 30, 2009.
“She is a Femme Fatale,” Berardo Museum. Lisbon, Portugal, December 1-January 31, 2010.
“Guerrilla Girls. Troubler le repos / Disturbing the Peace,” Galerie de l’UQAM. Montreal, Quebec, Canada, December 4-19, 2009.

“The Graphic Imperative: International Posters of Peace, Social Justice and the Environment 1965-2005,” Jean Paul Slusser Gallery, University of Michigan School of Art & Design. Ann Arbor, MI, January 7-25, 2008.
“Person Of The Crowd: The Contemporary Art of Flanerie,” Neuberger Museum of Art. Purchase, NY, January 20- April 13, 2008.
“Lynne Hershman Leeson: No Body Special,” DeYoung Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco. San Francisco, CA, February 2-June 1, 2008.
“The Graphic Imperative: International Posters of Peace, Social Justice and the Environment 1965-2005,” McDonough Museum of Art, Youngstown State University. Youngstown, OH, February 22-March 28, 2008.
“Subjected Culture,” MACRO, Museo de Arte Contemporåneo of Rosario. Rosario, Argentina, March 8-April 8, 2008.
“Are We There Yet?: 40 Years of Feminism,” ARC Gallery. Chicago, IL, March 3-29, 2008.
“Medieval to Modern: Recent Acquisitions of Drawings, Prints and Illustrated Books,” National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC, May 4-November 2, 2008.
“Pink and Bent - Art of Queer Women,” Leslie/Lohman Gay Art Foundation. New York City, NY, May 21-June 28, 2008.
“Reclaiming the ‘F’ Word: Posters on International Feminism,” Art Galleries, Mike Curb College of Arts, Media, and Communication, California State University Northridge. Northridge, CA, June 3-July 4, 2008.
“Girls and Company: Feminist Works from MMoCA's Permanent Collection,” The Madison Museum of Contemporary Art. Madison, WI, May 24-July 20, 2008.
“DARKSIDE: Photographic Desire and Sexuality Photographed,” Fotomuseum Winterthur. Zurich, Switzerland, September 6-16, 2008.
“Over the Rainbow,” Espace Le Carré. Lille, France, September 19-November 9, 2008.
“The Graphic Imperative: International Posters of Peace, Social Justice and the Environment 1965-2005,” University Galleries, Illinois State University. Normal, IL, September 23-November 2, 2008.
“Burning Down the House: Building a Feminist Art Collection,” Brooklyn Museum. Brooklyn, NY, October 31-April 5, 2009.
“The Activist Art of the Guerrilla Girls,” Salem College Fine Arts Center. Winston-Salem, NC, November 14-January 30, 2009.
“Speak Out: Art, Design & Politics,” 516 Arts. Albuquerque, NM, November 1-December 20, 2008.

“The Graphic Imperative: International Posters of Peace, Social Justice and the Environment 1965-2005,” Crown Center Gallery, Loyola University Chicago. Chicago, IL, November 14 - December 12, 2007.
“Documenting a Feminist Past: Art World Critique,” Museum of Modern Art. New York City, NY, January 25–March 27, 2007.
“Feedback: The Video Data Bank, Video Art, and Artist Interviews,” Museum of Modern Art. New York City, NY, January 25-31, 2007.
“AGENTS OF CHANGE: Women, Art and Intellect,” Ceres Gallery. New York City, NY, January 30-February 24, 2007.
“The Graphic Imperative: International Posters of Peace, Social Justice and the Environment 1965-2005,” Turchin Center for the Visual Arts, Applachian State University. Boone, NC, March 2- June 2, 2007.
“Guerrilla Girls,” Hellenic American Union Galleries. Athens, Greece, May 22-July 31, 2007.
“Art Athina 2007,” Art Athina International Contemporary Art Fair. Athens, Greece, May 30-June 3, 2007.
“Kiss Kiss Bang Bang. 45 years of Art and Feminism,” Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao. Bilbao, Spain, June 11-September 9, 2007.
“Public Viewing,” City wide in Shanghai, SH Contemporary Art Fair. Shanghai, China, September 5-9, 2007.
“BODYPOLITICX,” Witte de With Center for Contemporary Arts. Rotterdam, The Netherlands, September 8-December 16, 2007.
“The Graphic Imperative: International Posters of Peace, Social Justice and the Environment 1965-2005,” University Art Gallery, San Diego State University. San Diego, CA, September 10- October 10, 2007.
“The Graphic Imperative: International Posters of Peace, Social Justice and the Environment 1965-2005,” Luckman Fine Art Complex, California State University Los Angeles. Los Angeles, CA, October 20-December 15, 2007.
“Do You See the Violence Against Women?,” Autonomous Womens' Center. Belgrade, Serbia, 2007.
“States of Flux,” Tate Modern. London, UK. Ongoing since 2004.

“Hay Que Quitar Las Cadenas A Las Mujeres Directoras! (Unchain The Women Directors!) Billboard,” Hotel Virreyes. Mexico City, Mexico, December, 2006.
“Venice-Istanbul,” The Istanbul Museum of Modern Art. Istanbul, Turkey, 18 October-28 January, 2007.
“Para Todos Los Públicos,” Fundación Bilbao Arte Fundazioa. Bilbao, Spain, 2006.
Boston Feminist Film Festival, Boston, MA
“This is America: Visions of the American Dream,” Centraal Museum. Utrecht, The Netherlands, 23 June-8 October, 2006.
“Créteil International Women's Film Festival,” Créteil, France, March 10-19, 2006.
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
“Ridykeulous,” Participant Inc. New York City, NY, March 10-April 2, 2006.
“Subjected Culture – Interruptions and Resistances on Femaleness,” Museo de Bellas Arte Timoteo Navarro. Tucuman, Argentina, 21 November-16 December, 2006.
Poster Art, Dyer Arts Center?, Rochester Institute of Technology. Rochester, NY
“Guerrilla Art, Art As Activism” Altered Esthetics. Minneapolis, MN, August 26-September 29, 2006.
“Until The Violence Stops: NYC Women’s Vday Film Festival,” The Museum of Television & Radio and Museum of the City NY. New York City, NY, June 16 - June 18, 2006.
“The Graphic Imperative: International Posters of Peace, Social Justice and the Environment 1965-2005,” The Design Center at Philadelphia University. Philadelphia, PA, April 3 - May 23, 2006.
“The Graphic Imperative: International Posters of Peace, Social Justice and the Environment 1965-2005,” AIGA National Design Center, New York City, NY, June 15 - August 18, 2006.
“Conceptual Comics,” Plan B, Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff Centre for the Arts. Banff, Alberta, Canada, April 27-August 3, 2006.
“The Graphic Imperative: International Posters of Peace, Social Justice and the Environment 1965-2005,” Des Lee Gallery, Washington University. St. Louis, MO, September 5 - October 27, 2006.
“Merch & Promo,” Centre D'Art Santa Monica. Barcelona, Spain, December 15-March 4, 2007.
“The Graphic Imperative: International Posters of Peace, Social Justice and the Environment 1965-2005,” Schmidt Center Gallery, Florida Atlantic University. Boca Raton, FL, November 10 - January 27, 2007.
“Witness to the passing time: The Art Metropole Collection,” National Gallery of Canada. Ottowa, Ontario, December 1, 2006-February 25, 2007.

UCLA Student Exhibit, Los Angeles, March 2005
“Gender Frontiers,” Zaragoza Museum. Zaragoza, Spain, May 18 - June 30, 2005.
“The Design of Dissent,” School of Visual Arts. New York City, NY, June 3 - July 2, 2005.
“Always A Little Further,” 51st Venice Biennale, the Arsenale. Venice, Italy, June 12 - November 16, 2005.
“The Festival of World Cultures,” City wide in Dun Laoghaire. Dublin, Ireland, August 26-28, 2005.
“On Demand,” a group show brought to 1 person at a time, a project by Centre of Attention, London, U.K., August - September, 2005.
FEM05, England
“Disarming Images: Picturing Dissent in America, 2001-2005,” Casa Delle Culture Di Roma. Rome, Italy, September 2005.
“Guerrilla Girls: Graphic Activism,” CUNY Kingsborough Art Gallery. Brooklyn, NY, March 2-30, 2005.
Bradley University, Preoria, IL
“Violencia Sin Cuerpos (Violence Without Bodies),” web exhibition, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia. Madrid, Spain, March 31-May 8, 2005.
“Just Do It! The Subversion of Signs from Marcel Duchamp to Prada Meinhof,” Lentos Kunstmuseum. Linz, Austria, February 26-June 6, 2005.
“The Graphic Imperative: International Posters of Peace, Social Justice and the Environment 1965-2005,” Sandra & David Bakalar Gallery, Massachusetts College of Art. Boston, MA, September 14 - November 11, 2005.
“Imagine a World...,” Amnesty International's Stop Violence Against Women Campaign, Bargehouse. London, U.K., November 25 - December 11, 2005.
“States of Flux,” Tate Modern. London, U.K. (until 2011) 

“Yo! What Happened to Peace?,” Transport Gallery. Los Angeles, CA, January 9-February 1, 2004.
“DETOX,” Borderland Museum. Kirkenes, Norway, March 2004 - May 2005. [travels to eight locations including Bergen Kunsthall and Landmark, Bergen and Modern Museet, Stockholm, Sweden]
“Reel to Real: A Political Reflection of Hollywood Film Posters,” produced by the Center for the Study of
Political Graphics, CSUN Art Galleries. Northridge, CA, March 26 - April 17, 2004.
“Peace Signs – Posters of the Anti War Movement,” Chisholm Gallery. New York City, NY, August, 2004.
"Some things Happening: 25 Years of Contemporary Art at the Heron Gallery," NiSource Gallery, Indiana State Museum, Indianapolis, IN, July 3 - September 6, 2004
“Estrojam 2004,” City wide. Chicago, IL, September 20-26, 2004.
“The Guerrilla Girls' Art Museum Activity Book,” Printed Matter. New York City, NY, November, 2004.
“The Guerrilla Girls: 25 Years of Revolutionary Art Posters,” Melvin Art Gallery, Florida Southern College.
Lakeland, FL, November, 2004.

“The Anti-War Show: U.S. Interventions from Korea to Iraq,” Track 16 Gallery. Santa Monica, CA, January 11-February 15, 2003.
“LadyFest Philly 2003,” City-wide. Philadelphia, PA, March 20-23, 2003.
“Micropolitics: Art and Everyday Life (2001-1968) Part 2,” Espai d’Art Contemporani de Castelló. Castellón, Spain, April 2003.
“Art During Wartime,” IT Space. New York City, NY, April 26-May 3, 2003.
“Bright Lights, Big City,” David Zwirner. New York City, NY, July 26-August 8, 2003.
“Female Turbulence,” Aersoplastics Gallery. Brussels, Belgium, September 12- October 18, 2003.
“Logo!/ No Logo?,” Hogeschool West-Vlaanderen. Brugge, Belgium, September 27-November 9, 2003.

“Art and Outrage: The Exhibition,” Robert Miller Gallery. New York City, NY, June 2002.
“Rriot Girls Festival,” Belgium, September 6-8, 2002
“National Women’s Conference 25th Anniversary Show,” Dallas, November 2002.
“The Guerrilla Girls,” Bilbao Arte Fundazioa. Bilbao, Spain, October 2002.
“Feminism and Art: Selections from the permanent Collection,” National Museum of Women in the Arts. Washington, D.C., Summer 2002.
“Festival Internacional de Cine sobre Derechos Humanos,” Santiago, Chile. June 2002.
“Prophets of boom,” Staatlich Kunsthalle Baden-Baden. Baden-Baden, Germany, April 13-June 16, 2002.
“No Place Like Home: Graphics on the Crisis of Housing and Homelessness,” produced by Center for the Study of Political Graphics, Watts Towers Art Center. Los Angeles, CA, June 9-August 11, 2002.
“What’s Your Problem?: Graphic design with conscience,” Center Gallery, Fordham University. New York, NY, December 12, 2002-February 1, 2003.

“Image, Contemporary Art and Ideology,” Museum of Contemporary Art. Barcelona, Spain, 2001.
“PhenomANON: Two Decades of Ephemeral Urban Guerrilla Artfare,” Independent Media Center. Seattle, WA, June 9-31, 2001.
“The Path Of Resistance: MoMA meets Moderna 1960-2000,” Moderna Museet. Stockholm, Sweden. May 19-August 26, 2001.

“Girls on Politics: Posters By the Guerrilla Girls,” The Print Center. Philadelphia, PA, July 14-August 26, 2000.

“Billboard: Art on the Road,” MASS MoCA. North Adams, MA, May 28-September 28, 1999.

“Urban Encounters,” New Museum. New York City, NY, July 16-September 20, 1998. 

“PUBLIC NOTICE: Art and Activist Posters 1951-1997,” Exit Art. New York City, NY, October 4-November 30, 1997.

“Thinking Print: Books to Billboards, 1980-95,” Museum of Modern Art. New York City, NY, June 20-September 10, 1996.
“A Candle in the Wilderness: Selections from the Permanent Collection, “ The Richard F. Brush Art Gallery & Permanent Collection at St. Lawrence University. Canton, NY, 1996.

“Guerrilla Girls Bear All,” Printed Matter, New York City, NY, February, 1995.
“Temporarily Possessed: The Semi-Permanent Collection,” New Museum. New York City, NY,
September 15-December 17, 1995.

“Public Domain,” Centre d'Art Santa Monica. Barcelona, Spain, 1994.
“Bad Girls (Part 1),” New Museum. New York City, NY, January 14-February 27, 1994.
“Guerrilla Girls Talk Back: The First Five Years, A Retrospective: 1985-1990,” East Fine Arts Gallery, Texas Women's University. Denton, TX, November 7-23, 1994.
“Outside the Frame: Performance and the Object, a Survey History of Performance Art in the USA since 1970,” Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art. Cleveland, OH, February 11-May 1, 1994.

“The Art of Attack: Social Commentary and Its Effect,” Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center. Los Angeles, CA, October 12, 1993-January 2, 1994.

“The Poster Show,” Bennington College, Bennington, VT, 1992.
“The Guerrilla Girls,” Kunstforening. Oslo, Norway, 1992.
“Where That Art Is,” Benefit Art Auction for Artpaper and Redeye
“Hair,” John Michael Kohler Arts Center. Sheboygan, WI, December 6, 1992-February 14, 1993.
“Public Interventions,” ICA. Boston, MA, 1992.
“Dirt and Domesticity: Constructions fo the Feminine,” Whitney Museum of American Art at Equitable Center. New York City, NY, June 12-August 14, 1992.
“Couleurs de l’argent (The Color of Money),” Musée de la Poste. Paris, France, 1992.
“Courageous Voices: An International Poster Exhibition on Racism, Sexism and Human Rights,” produced by Center for Political Graphics, El Camino College Art Gallery. Torrance, CA. February 1992.

“Now They're Trying to Censor Art,” billboards all over New York City sponsored by Public Art Fund, 1991.
“Guerrilla Girls Talk Back: The First Five Years, A Retrospective: 1985-1990,” Falkirk Cultural Center. San Rafael, CA, 1991. [traveling exhibition: East Fine Arts Gallery (TX)]
“The Guerrilla Girls,” Fordham University. New York City, NY, 1991.
“No Laughing Matter: A traveling exhibition,” Independent Curators Incorporated. USA and Canada, October 1991-May 1993.
“The Art of Advocacy,” Aldrich Museum. Ridgefield, CT, May 18-September 22, 1991.
“Documents of Dissent,” The New York Public Library. New York City, NY, 1991. August 1991–February 15, 1992. 
“Counter Media,” Key Gallery. Richmond, VA, 1991.
“Images of Labor,” Gallery 1199, Bread & Roses Cultural Project. New York City, NY, 1991.
“Burning in Hell,” Franklin Furnace. New York City, NY, 1991.
“Transactions in the Post-Industrial Era,” San Francisco Art Institute Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS

“Image World: Art Media and Culture,” Whitney Museum of American Art. New York City, NY. 1990. 
“Oh! Those Four White Walls!: The Gallery as Context,” Atlanta College of Art Gallery. Atlanta, GA. October 8-November 14, 1990.
“The Decade Show: Frameworks of Identity in the 1980s,” Studio Museum of Harlem. New York City, NY. May 12-August 19, 1990.
“Women Working in Sciences, Arts and Other Fields,” Basel, Switzerland. 1990.
“Guerrilla Girls: Poster Installation,” Kulturhuset. Stockholm, Sweden, 1990.

“Guerrilla Girls Grace Wall Street,” outdoor installation, sponsored by Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, New York City, NY. 1989.
“Desire of the Museum Whitney Museum Branch,” Downtown at Federal Reserve Plaza. New York City, NY. July 12-September 12, 1989.
“What Does She Want?: current feminist art from the First Bank Collection,” First Bank. Minneapolis, MN, 1989.

“Unity: A Collaborative Process,” Goddard Riverside Community Center. New York, NY, May 6-29, 1988.
“All the News That's Fit to Print,” Akron Art Museum. Akron, OH, 1988.
The Print Club. Philadelphia, PA, 1988.

“Guerrilla Girls Review the Whitney,” The Clocktower. New York City, NY, 1987.
“Creative Time’s Art in the Anchorage 4: Guerrilla Girl Retrospective,” The Anchorage. Brooklyn, NY, 1987.

“The Night the Palladium Apologized: An exhibit of 100 contemporary women artists curated by Guerrilla Girls,” The Palladium Dance Club. New York City, NY, October 17, 1985.

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Flux Factory Honoree, 2016
Groundswell Honoree, 2016
Skowhegan Award, 2013
Yoko Ono Lennon Courage Award For The Arts, 2010
Distinguished Feminist Award, first time granted by the College Art Association, 2009
Brooklyn Museum Women in the Arts Award, 2007
Artist of the Year Award, New York City Art Teachers Association, 2007
Frank Jewett Mather Award for Art Criticism from the College Art Association, 2004
Named to the New York Public Libary's “Best Books for the Teen Age List,” 2004
Named one of the "I.D. Top Forty Socially Conscious Designers in the U.S." by I.D. magazine, 2001
"Art is a Hammer Awards," Center for the Study of Political Graphics, Los Angeles, 2001
New York Librarians Award for Bedside book, 1999
Named to the New York Public Libary's “Best Books for the Teen Age List,” 1998
"Courageous Resister Award," Refuse and Resist, New York City, NY, 1996
"The 1995 Emily Toth Award for the best single-author feminist study of popular culture and American Culture," Louisiana State University, 1995
"Seven Wise Women Awards," Center for Policy Studies, Washington DC, 1993
"The Special 10th Anniversary Art Table Awards," 1991
Annual New York Magazine "Life of the City" Award, 1991
Named a "Power That Will Be" by New York Magazine
NY Borough President's Award, Honorary Mention in the Visual Arts, 1987
Susan B. Anthony Award, NY State Chapter of the National Organization for Women, 1987

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A+D Gallery, Columbia College, Chicago
Ackland Art Museum, Chapel Hill, NC
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Los Angeles
Akron Art Museum, OH
The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, CT
Art Gallery NSW, Sydney, Australia
Art Institute of Chicago
Art Metropole, Toronto
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, Australia
Augustana Teaching Museum of Art at Augustana College, IL
Azkuna Zentroa, Bilbao
Baltimore Museum of Art, MD
Barbara Krakow Gallery, Boston, MA
Brooklyn Museum, NY
Burnaby Art Gallery, Vancouver
Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA
Center for the Study of Political Graphics, Los Angeles
Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris
Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporaneo, Seville
Dallas Museum of Art, TX
Danish Museum of Art and Design, Copenhagen
Davis Museum and Cultural Center at Wellesley College, MA
Falkirk Cultural Center, San Rafael, CA
FRAC Normandie Caen
Galerie l’UQAM, Montreal
Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles
Hammer Museum, Los Angeles
Harn Museum at University of Florida, Gainesville
Harvard University Art Museum, Cambridge, MA
Hellenic American Union, Athens
Hessel Museum of Art, Bard College, NY
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution
Hood Museum of Art at Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH
Iceland National Museum, Reykjavík, Iceland
Istanbul Museum of Modern Art, Turkey
Krannert Art Museum at University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign
Kunstlicht Amsterdam
MacArthur Foundation, Chicago
Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art at Northwestern University, IL
Middlebury College Museum of Art, VT
Mills College Art Museum, Oakland, CA
Milwaukee Art Museum, WI
Mjellby Konstmuseum, Sweden
Muscarelle Museum of Art at The College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, VA
Musée Ingres, Montauban
Museet for Samtidskunst, Denmark
Museu de Arte de São Paulo
Museo de Bellas Artes Bilbao, Spain
Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía
Museum of Modern Art
Museum Ludwig, Cologne
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg
Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, Durham, NC
Nasher Sculpture Center
National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
National Gallery of Canada
National Gallery of Iceland, Reykjavík
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C.
Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO
Neuberger Museum of Art at Purchase College, State University of New York
New York Public Library
Northern Arizona University Art Museum
Norton Family Collection, Los Angeles
Ota Fine Arts, Tokyo
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts
Pomona College Museum of Art, CA
Princeton University Art Museum, NJ
Reed College Library, Portland
Reina Sofia, Madrid
Rhode Island School of Design Museum, RI
Richard F. Brush Art Gallery at St. Lawrence University, NY
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
Seattle Art Museum
Smith College Museum of Art, MA
Spencer Museum of Art, at the University of Kansas
Stanford University Art & Architecture Library
Stavanger Kunstmuseum, Norway
Tate Modern
The Art Gallery of New South Wales
Utah State University Library
Van Abbemuseum, Netherlands
Virgina Museum of Fine Arts
Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, CT
Walker Art Center, Minneapolis
Whitney Museum of American Art
William Benton Museum of Art at University of Connecticut
Witte de With
Yale University Art Gallery

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“Guerrilla Girls: Art in Action.” Pomona College Museum of Art. 26 June 2015. Video. Web.

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“Górillur segjast samviska listraheimsins.” Kastljós. Rúv: Icelandic National Television. 4 June 2015. TV. Web.

“Mest ójafnrétti í kvikmyndabransanum. ”Síðdegisútvarpið. Rúv: Icelandic National Radio. 3 June 2015. Radio. Web.

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“MagnusMaria og margt margt fleira.” Víðsjá. Rúv: Icelandic National Radio. 27 May 2015. Radio. Web.

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“Listahátio 2015, fyrri hluti: Myndlist.” Listaukinn. Rúv: Icelandic National Radio. 16 May. 2015. Radio. Web.

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“Guerrilla Girls á leió til landsins.” Djöfelyjan. Rúv: Icelandic National Television. 28 April. 2015. TV. Web.

Pini, Gary. “The 14 New Art Shows To See This Week.” Paper. 29 April. 2015. Web. <>

Occupy Museums. “Guerrilla Girl on the Appropriation of Art.” 26 April. 2015. Video. Web.

“Bill Cunningham On The Street.” The New York Times Style. 24 April. 2015. Video. Web.

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“Activists Protest Gas Pipeline Under Whitney Museum’s New Site.” Artforum. 15 April. 2015. Web. <>

Pinto, Nick. “Protestors: Whitney’s New “1% Museum” Is Perilously Close To Fracked Gas Pipeline.” Gothamist. 15 April. 2015. Web. <>

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Stopmotionsolo. “On the front lines.” 14 April. 2015. Video. Web.

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“The Art World is a Boy’s Club.” Intelligence Squared. 12 March. 2015. Web. <>

Muka, Darian. “Gender Inequality in Art.” Zatista. 17 March. 2015. Web. <>

“NYC art world declared sexist.” Time Out New York. 6 March. 2015. Print.

“The Guerrilla Girls Are Still Going Strong.” On Second Thought Radio. Georgia Public Broadcasting. 27 February. 2015. Radio. Web. <>

Hall, Charlotte. “Guerrilla Girls take on gender inequality in the art world.” The Red & Black. 21 February. 2015. Web.

Frank, Priscilla. “Yup, New York’s Major Art Galleries Are Still Sadly Sexist.” The Huffington Post. 20 February. 2015. Web. <>

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Steinhauer, Jillian. “New Tally Shows Sexism Alive and Well at Top NYC Art Galleries.” Hyperallergic. 19 February. 2015. Web.

Bruguera, Tania. “I Am A Pangaea-ist.” ARTFORUM. 18 February. 2015. Web. <>

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Aguilera, Sonia, and Luis Martín. “Conociendo a fondo a Guerrilla Girls.” 08 February. 2015. Web. Video.

Arras, Maria. “30 Años de Guerrilla Girls.” Vein. 03 February. 2015. Web. <>

Díaz de Quijano, Fernando. “Guerrilla Girls: “Los estereotipos del sector cultural son los más difíciles de combatir.” El Cultural. 03 February. 2015. Web. Video. <>

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Revuelta, Laura. “Guerrilla Girls: “ “Feas” es una de las peores críticas que hemos recibido.” 02 February. 2015. Web. <>

Miranda, Carolina. “Guerrilla Girl masks and monsters: My haul from the L.A. Art Book Fair.” The Los Angeles Times. 2 February. 2015. Web. <>

Arranz, María and Daniel Boluda. “Gorilas, Estadísticas Y Activismo Callejero. Una Charla Con Guerrilla Girls.” Madriz. 2 February. 2015. Web. Video. <>

“Guerrilla Girls: el grito por la igualidad.” Descubrir El Arte. 01 February. 2015. Web. <>

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Yohn Planelis, Javier. “Guerrilla Girls 1985-2015.” Le Cool Madrid. 30 January. 2015. Web. <>

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Costa, J.M. “¿Es el arte feminista solo arte feminista?” 30 January. 2015. Web. <>

Ramírez, Noella. “Guerrilla Girls: “Pedimos a Beyoncé poner un ‘Feminist’ gigante en el escenario y lo hizo.” El País. 30 January. 2015. Web. <>

Arango, Lys. “ “Priscilla,” Le Corbusier o Guerrilla Girls: sugerencias que no te dejarán indiferente.” 30 January. 2015. Web. <>

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La 2 Notices. 29 January. 2015. TV. Web. <>

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“Mujeres por partida doble.” 27 January. 2015. Web. <>

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“Gorilla-Frauen gegen Macht und Geld.” Kurier. 22 January. 2015. Web. <>

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Lijtmaer, Lucía. “Estaría bien ver a Beyoncé cantando en smoking mientras Jay-Z le acompaña en ropa interior.” 02 January. 2015. Web. <>

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Chayka, Kyle. “Is vandalism of art excusable?” Al Jazeera America. 26 October. 2014. Web. <>

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Schor, Mira. “Amnesiac Return.” The Brooklyn Rail. 4 September. 2014. Web. <>

Simmons, William J. “Critics Picks: Guerrilla Girls.” ARTFORUM. September 2014. Web. <>

Pilger, Zoe. “Power to the People: Revolution is in the air at the V&A with a survey of protest art from the Seventies to now.” The Independent. 27 July. 2014. Web. <>

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Nagesh, Ashitha. “Guerrilla Girls Call Out Pharrell and Perrotin.” Blouin ArtInfo. 29 May. 2014. Web. <>

Dponchelle, Valérie. “Pharrell Williams red le tout-Paris <<Happy>>.” Le Figaro. 27 May. 2014. Web. <>

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Nadia McDonald, Soraya. “Art collective withdraws from Whitney Biennial over race dispute.” The Washington Post. 16 May. 2014. Web. <>

Shibahara, Satoko. “Girl, you can do this, too.” GINZA No. 204 12 May. 2014: 8-9. Print.

Hegert, Natalie. “The Rounds of a Rumor: #womenMoMA2015.” ARTslanT. 1 May. 2014. Web. <>

Clayton, Alec. “Guerrilla Girls invade Tacoma: There’s always room in Tacoma for more masked feminist avengers.” 30 April. 2014. Web. <>

Kelley, Kevin J. “ ‘Frida Kahlo’ Talks About Guerrilla Girls Then And Now.” Seven Days. 23 April. 2014.  Web. <>

Jones, Jonathan. “The top 10 female nudes in art.” The Guardian. 15 April. 2014. Web. <>

Butz, Jenna. “Not monkeying around: Guerrilla Girls challenge art sexism.” The Daily Beacon. 7 April. 2014. Web. <>

McConnell, Liv. “Guerrilla Girls to take stage against sexism.” The Daily Beacon. 3 April. 2014. Web. <>

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Camañes, Déborah. “¿Dónde están las mujeres?” Encuentros. 29 March. 2014. Web. Print. <>

Eberstadt, Fernanda. “Outside Art: The Blazing World by Siri Hustvedt.” The New York Times Book Review. 28 March. 2014. Web. <>

“Unlock Art” What’s so funny? with Tamsin Greig.” Tate Modern. 29 March. 2014. Video. Web. <>

Stewart, Pamela. “Reinventing the F-word- Feminism: An Interview with the Guerrilla Girls.” ignite. 20 March. 2014. Web. <>

“New V&A Museum Exhibition Explores Social Change Through Art And Design.” artlyst. 12 March. 2014. Web. <>

Carroll, Laura. “Whitney Biennial Fun Fact That Will Make You Sound Really Smart.” Conde Nast Traveler. 11 March. 2014. Web. <>

Steinhauer, Jillian. “A Biennial for Every Woman.” 10 March. 2014. Web. <>

Jones, Justin. “The Art of Whitney Houston.” The Daily Beast. 8 March. 2014. Web. <>

Yearsley, Mark. “An Opinionated Guide to the 2014 Whitney Biennial.” 7 March. 2014. Web. <>

Z., Noemi. “Mi Petit Compromiso – Mi petit mes de la mujer: Guerrilla Girls (y el lll festival miradas de mujeres).” 4 March. 2014. Web. Print. <>

Merti, Melissa. “Guerrilla Girls still making their point.” The News-Gazette. 2 March. 2014. Web. <>

Olson, Molly. “Fighting For Feminism: The Guerrila Girls.” Website dedicated to the work of the Guerrilla Girls created by 8th grader Molly Olson. Spring. 2014. Web. <>

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Santibañez, Paulina. “Entrevista: Guerrilla Girls, feminismo con mucho humor.” 28 February. 2014. Web. <,44d45dc753a74410VgnVCM5000009ccceb0aRCRD.html>

Davies, Bree. “Frida Kahlo of Guerrilla Girls on the dangers of art world tokenism and feminism as an f-word.” Westword Denver. 24 February. 2014. Web. <>

Guerrilla Girls. “10 Things You Would Put In A Time Capsule.” Slow and Steady Wins the Race. 30 January. 2014. Web. Print. <>

“Girls’ Star Calls Out The Art World On Its Sexist Ways.” The Huffington Post. 30 January. 2014. Web. <>

“13 Vintage Guerrilla Girls Posters That Made The Art World A Better Place For Women.” The Huffington Post. 27 January. 2014. Web. <>

“Art News” Guerrilla Girls Celebrated In the Artworld and Beyond With New Exhibition.” artlyst. 27 January. 2014. Web. <>

“Personas que habitan un cuerpo de mujer: Guerrilla Girls.” Mujerícolas. 25 January. 2014. Web. <>

Gessen, Masha. Words Will Break Cement: The Passion of Pussy Riot. Riverhead Trade, 2014: 62. Print.

Vartanian, Hrag. “Updating Guerrilla Girls for Net Artists.” 8 January. 2014. Web. <>

Brooks, Katherine. “How Left-Wing Politics Changed The Way We Make Art.” The Huffington Post. 2 January. 2014. Web.  <>

Steinhauer, Jillian. “The Depressing Stats of the 2014 Whitney Biennial.” hyperallergic. 15 November. 2013. Web. <>

Ishkanian, Ellen. “Guerrilla Girls taking their message to Wellesley College.” The Boston Globe. 14 November. 2013. Web. <>

“Feminist art activists ‘The Guerrilla Girls’ to visit Wellesley College.” 13 November. 2013. Web. <>

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Rittatore Vonwiller, Letizia. “L’arte di essere Guerrilla Girls.” Amica Magazine Italy. November. 2013. Print. Web. <>

Reporter, Warren. “Feminist group Guerrilla Girls comes to WCCC on Nov. 12.” 28 October. 2013. Web. <>

Cooper, Ashton. “Guerrilla Girl Kathe Kollwitz on Left Coast Inequality.” Blouin Artinfo. 23 October. 2013

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Fernando, Udarie. “Doth Protest Too Much, Me Thinks.” Gypsy Generation. 22 October. 2013. Print.

Costenla, Tereixa. “Las guerrillas siguen en lucha.” El País Spain. 6 October. 2013. Print. Web. <>

Vasoncellos, E. “Las chicas son ‘guerrillas’.” El Mundo Spain. 4 October. 2013. Web. <>

“Guerrilla Girls llegan a Bilbao.” EITB Kultura. 2 October. 2013. Television. Web. <>

“Alhóndiga Bilbao acoge la primera retrospectiva sobre las ‘Guerrilla Girls.’ “ El Mundo Bilbao. 2 October. 2013. Web. <>

Biondi, Annachiara. “Bestial Feminism – Interview with Guerrilla Girls.” West East Magazine Issue 39/A Tribute to the Beauty and Power of Women. October 2013. Print. Web. <>

Weston, Randi. “Gorilla-masked feminist activists flock Weber State event.” Standard Examiner. 12 September. 2013. Web.  <>

Taylor, Elaine. “Guerrilla Girls come to Utah State University.” Utah Public Radio News. 10 September. 2013. Web. <>

Meroño, Esther. “F Words and Guerrilla Girls.” Slug Magazine. 10 September. 2013. Web. <>

Williams, Tom. “The Guerrilla Girls, Exposing Sexism and Fighting Corruption on Monday’s Access Utah.” Utah Public Radio. 9 September. 2013. Web. <>

Allen, Lily. “How bad do women behind the camera have it? Hollywood boys club will tell you.” Bustle. 7 August. 2013. Web.  <>

Stern, Nathaniel. Interactive Art and Embodiment: The Implicit Body as Performance. Brooklyn: Bustle, 2013. Print.

Pitz, Marylynne. “Lynn Zelevansky puts a new stamp on all aspects of the Carnegie Museum of Art.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. 14 July. 2013. Web. <>

Sargent, Michael. “Guerrilla Girl Kathe Kollwitz radio interview.” Drag. 2 July. 2013. Radio. Web. <>

Prajapati, Sheetal. “Living History: Xaviera Simmons and Archive as Impetus.” Inside/Out. MoMA. 20 June. 2013. Web. <>

Julian, Vigo. “Guerrilla Girls Plant a Bomb.” The Huffington Post U.K. 19 June. 2013. Web. <>

Gioni, Massimiliano. “Inventing Venice: A Director’s Roundtable.” Art in America. 4 June. 2013. Print. Web. <>

“Post-War and Contemporary Art Evening Auction.” Christie’s London. June 2013. Print. <>

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Harford, Sonia. “Feminism with the frown turned upside down.” The Age Entertainment Australia. 9 May. 2013. Web. <>

Utter, Douglas Max. “enact: exhibition review.” afterimage online. 6 May. 2013. Web. <>

Sisters in Art: Women Painters and Designers. Aichi: Nagoya-Boston Museum of Fine Arts, 2013. Print.

Mercer, Chan. “Do women have to be naked to get into the Met. Museum?” Newcastle Free Press. 4 April. 2013. Web.  <>

Thomas, Mary. “Art Notes: Guerrilla Girls criticize imbalance in art world.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. 27 March. 2013. Web.  <>

Weaver, Rachel. “Group adopts masks and false names in war on artistic inequality.” Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. 14 March. 2013. Web. <>

“Vocabulary of Modern Art.” Harpers Bazaar Russia. March 2013. Print.

Donckers, Wendy. “The Guerrilla Girls.” Et Alors? Magazine Issue 5 4 April. 2013: 69-71.  Print. <>

“Art interventions – our presentation to Shake!” Platform London. 26 February. 2013. Web. <>

Winslow, Barbara. “Clio in the Curriculum: The State of Women’s History in the Middle and High School Curriculum..and Perhaps a way Forward.” Journal of Women’s History Vol. 25 No. 4 Winter 2013. Print. <>

Guerrilla Girls posters from 1985 in scenes of New York streets in the Warner Brothers television series The Carrie Diaries. Television.

Ryzik, Melena.  "Pussy Riot Was Carefully Calibrated for Protest." The New York Times. 26 August. 2012.  Print. Web. <>

Keats, Jonathon. "Can Pussy Riot Redeem Political Art?" Forbes. 24 August. 2012. Web. <>

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Sussman, Anna Louie. "GUERRILLA GIRLS: AUDITING THE ART WORLD." Women in the World Foundation. 10 August. 2012. Web. <>

Goldman, Vivien.  "The Riot Girls' Style." The New York Times. 8 August. 2012. Print. Web. <>

Stelmackowich, Cindy. “Guerrilla Girl Interview: Feminist Art Activism, Art Museum Politics, And Asking Difficult Questions in Public!" Get Guerilla Number 32 Volume 9 Summer 2012. Web. <>

"The 1980s Are Back, Yet Again.” Thirty Two Magazine. 13 July. 2012. Print. Web. <>

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Knight, Christopher.  "Review: 'This Will Have Been' takes the temperature of the '80s." The Los Angeles Times. 29 May. 2012. Print. Web. <>

Fei, Journeywoman. "Guerrilla Girls: Conscience of the Art World." A Life of Green Blog & Radio. 16 May. 2012. Web. <>

Hobday, Liz.  "Guerrilla Girls visit Melbourne." ABC, Australia. 16 May. 2012. Radio. Web. <>

Northover, Kylie. "Gorilla warfare as women activists don the mask for art's sake," The Sydney Morning Herald, 16 May. 2012. Print. Web. <>

Bader, Eleanor J. "Women Artists Still Face Discrimination.” Truth-Out. 10 May. 2012. Web.

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Squitieri, Christina.  "Wednesday Exhibitions: Guerrilla Girls' ‘Do Women Have to Get Naked to Get into the Met. Museum?’ (1989).” The Center for Book Arts. 25 April. 2012. Web. <>

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Denson, G Roger.  "When the Personal Is Made Political: Left Political Art Timeline, 1980-1989.” The Huffington Post. Web. 16 April. 2012. <>

Russian TV segment comparing Guerrilla Girls` to Pussy Riot. April 2012. Television. <>

Martinez, Alanna. "Guerrilla Girl Talk: The Masked Art Radicals on Their New Research, The Art Market, And Occupy Wall Street.” Artinfo. 4 April. 2012. Web. <>

Lopez, Adrianna. "Madrid's Killer Cinema.” The New York Times. 4 April. 2012. Print. Web. <>

Gulraiz, Dr Sab. “Guerrilla Girls: The Masked Culture Jammers of the Art World." Art Etc. Magazine. April 2012. Print. Web. <>

Hirsch, Joe. “GUERRILLA GIRLS - Not Ready to Make Nice: Guerrilla Girls in the Artworld and Beyond.” April 2012. Web.  <>

Mizrachi, Alice. "Recap: Guerrilla Girls at the Brooklyn Museum.” 12ozProphett. April 2012. Web. <>

“Guerrilla Girls on Art, Love & Politics in the 1980.” Museum of Contemporary Art. April 2012. Video. <>

Stores, T. “ 'The Guerrilla Girls' on Creativity and Gender, and Creative Activism." University of Hartford’s Unotesdaily. March 2012. Web. < 26

DiMeo, Mia. "Guerrillas in the Midst." ArtSlant Chicago. April 2012. Web. <>

Monteagudo, Jennifer.  "Brooklyn Museum Goes to the Gorillas Next Week.” AllMediaNY. 23 March. 2012. Web. <>

Bollen, Christopher. Interview Magazine. March 2012. Print. Web. <>

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Cuddy, Alison. “Guerrilla Girls' Ask: Does this art museum represent you?” National Public Radio. WBEZ. Chicago, Ferurary. 2012. Radio. Web. <>

Edwards, Steve. “Interview with Frida Kahlo of the Guerrilla Girls.” The Afternoon Shift. 29 February. 2012. Radio.

Offit, Lily. "Guerrilla Girls in Our Midst – Reinventing the 'F' Word.” The Daily Princetonian. 17 February. 2012. Print. Web. <>

Scully, Sarah.  "Guerrilla Girls criticize lack of female artwork in museums." The Dartmouth. 14 February. 2012. <>

"Guerilla Girls: The Advantages of Being a Woman Artists." The Chicago Tribune. 12 February. 2012. Print. Web. <,0,>

Klaasmeyer, Kelly. "CAMH's 2011 "Year of the Guy" ends.” Glasstire. Web. <>

"Guerrilla Girls at A+D Gallery." 25 January. 2012. Web. <>

Collection of images from boxed portfolio: Guerrilla Girls' Most Wanted: 1985-2008. Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University. Web. <>

Akay, Latifa. "Istanbul galleries acknowledge contributions of female artists." Today's Zaman. 18 December. 2011. Print. Web. <>

"The Guerilla Girls support OCCUPY MUSEUMS.” Art and Education. 24 October. 2011. Web. <>

Lee Weida, Courtney. "Wonder(ing) Women: investigating gender Politics and art education Within graphica.” Visual Culture & Gender Vol 6 Fall 2011. Web.

Stasio, Frank. "The Guerrilla Girls Take the Nasher." WUNC, October 2011. Web. <>

Miller, Shauna.  "On the Spot: Kathe Kollwitz." EXPRESS from The Washington Post. 28 September. 2011. Print. Web. <>
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Stetler, Carrie. "Rutgers Exhibit Celebrates Guerrilla Girls Crusade against Sexism in the Art World and Society." Rutgers. 8 August. 2011. Web. <>
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"Beziehungsarbeit – Art and its Institution." Künstlerhaus, Erdgeschoß. June 2011. Web. <>
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Tuominen, Maila-Katriina. "Kuka pelkää kahta gorillaa? Feministikarjahdus: Amerikkalaiset Guerrilla Girlsit vierailevat Tampereella." Aamulehti 23 Apr 2011: B27. Print. 
Lindroth, Malin. "Maskerar sig mot orättvisor." GT Expressen 21 April. 2011. Print.
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eFlux. "Guerrilla Girls Nordic Tour.” Göteborgs Konsthall, Sweden/ Werstas & University of Helsinki, Finland. 17 April 2011. Web. <>
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Tamminen, Jari. "RRRIOT: Taidekentän vapautusrintamana aloittanut taiteilijaryhmä Guerrilla Girls on herättänyt pahennusta jo 35 vuotta. Pian he ovat täällä." Voima. March 2011: 26-27. Print.
Appelo, Tim. "Tom Sherak on Banksy Crashing Oscars: 'I'm Not Gonna Stand Up to Stop Him." The Hollywood Reporter. 22 February. 2011. Web. <>
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Hoffman, Barbara. “Toys from MoMA’s attic.” New York Post. 2 July. 2010. Print.
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Albarracín, Pilar. Fabulations. Albi (France): Centre d’art le LAIT, June 2010. Print.
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""Elles" prennent le pouvoir au centre Pompidou." 26 May. 2009. Web.
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Clarke, Kelly. “Käthe Kollwitz: The Guerrilla Girls fight art world discrimination with gorilla masks and jokes.” Willamette Week.  22 April. 2009. Web.
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Ng, David. "Culture Monster: Getty Research Institute acquires Guerrilla Girls archive." The Los Angeles Times. 6 April. 2009. Web.
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Breeding, Lucinda. “Ape Over Guerrilla Girls.” Denton Record-Chronicle. 21 February. 2009. Print. Web.^p^pBreeding, Lucinda. “Guerrilla Girls Combat Sexism in Art, Culture.” Denton Record-Chronicle. 12 February. 2009. Web.
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Tulley, Christine. “Image Events Guerrilla Girl Style:  A 20-Year Retrospective.” Enculturation: A Journal of Rhetoric, Writing, and Culture. 6.2 2009. Print.
Lingeman, Richard. The Nation Guide to the Nation. New York: Vintage Books. 2009. Print.
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Orie, Jonise. “Guerrilla Warfare.” 18 November. 2008. Web.
Hertz, Jeffrey. “’Guerrillas’ Fight Sexism with Humor.” 18 November. 2008. Web.
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Aagerston, Mary Jo and Elissa Auther, eds. “Special Issue on Feminist Activist Art.” The National Women’s Studies Assocation Journal. Spring 2007. Print.
Wilder, Aaron. “Jane of the Jungle: Feminist art troupe the Guerrilla Girls attempts to unmask inequalities.” The Flag. Flagstaff, Arizona. 8 March. 2007. Print.
Solomonov, Sasha. ”Guerrilla Girls declare war on injustices through art.” The Lumberjack. 8 March. 2007. Print.
Taylor, Kate. “Feminist Art Goes Back Under the Lens.” The New York Sun. 2 March. 2007. Print.
Jones, Kristin M. “Feminist Future: Theory and Practice in the Visual Arts.” Frieze. March 2007. Print.
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Davis, Erik. “Berlinale Review: Itty Bitty Titty Committee.” 11 February. 2007. Web.
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Lieberman, Rhonda. “Gender Bender.” January 2007. Web.
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Subramanian, Vani. “Girl Power Masala.” India: Zubaan Feminist Publishers. 28 March. 2006. Print.
Gomstyn, Alice. “Guerrilla Girl talks Feminism.” Rockland Community College. March 2006. Print.
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Freeze, Dhillon. “On Demand.” Frieze. December 2005. Print.
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"The Centre of Attention presents 'On Demand'." 29 July. 2005. Web. 
Yagelski, Robert. The Informed Reader. July 2005. Print.
Hill, Peter. "guerrillas in their midst." The Age – Australia. 14 June. 2005. Print.
Vogel, Carol. "Subdued Biennale forgoes shock factor." The New York Times. 13 June. 2005. Print.
Smee, Sebastian. "Lion's share for women." The Australian. 13 June. 2005. Print.
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Venice Biennale. 51st Venice Biennale. 2005. Print.
Resnick, Elizabeth. The Graphic Imperative. 2005. Print.
Sagan, Leisha. "Fighting the 'F' word stigma...One oppression at a time: A conversation with the Guerrilla Girls." Empowerment 4 Women. May/June 2005. Print.
Dawson, Emma. "An Ancient Prejudice: Woment Artists and the Struggle for Equality." Artshub. 27 May. 2005. Print.
Allen, Greg. "The X Factor: Is the Art Market Rational or Biased?" The New York Times. 1 May. 2005. Print.
"DEBATE: Siguen los problemas, sigue la lucha." EXIT Express. No. 12 May 2005. Print.
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AREAREVUE: Parisian Art Quarterly. April 2005. Print.
"Guerrilla Girls Swing into Area." Daytona News Journal. 1 April. 2005. Print.
Iacob, Marcela and Patrice Maniglier. Anti-textbook on Sexual Education. France: Bréal Publishing. April 2005. Print.
Tamoto, Kyoko. Massage. Issue #4 April 2005. Print.
Mullins, Mandy. "Guerrilla Girls spread feminism awareness." College Heights Herald. 10 March. 2005. Print.
Van Vleet, John. "Guerrilla Theater: a feminist troup takes on prejudice." Bowling Green Daily News. 9 March. 2005. Print.
Codospoti, Amanda. "Taking a stand for equality." Preoria Journal Star. 8 March. 2005. Print.
Renee Richards, Holly. "Artists return to campus." Clemson Tiger. 8 March. 2005. Print.
Bowie, Chas. "R.A.W. POWER - Reed Arts Week: A Festival of Fun!" The Portland Mercury. Vol. 5 No. 40 3-9 March. 2005. Print.
Harvey, Alyssa. "Guerrilla Girls battle discrimination." Bowling Green Daily News. 3 March. 2005. Print.
Norungolo, Dede. "Guerrilla Girls in Tiger Town: 'Masked avengers' take center stage at Clemson to reclaim the 'F' word." Metrobeat. Greensville, SC. 2 March. 2005. Print.
SUPERLAB. Argentina. March 2005. Print.
2SER. Australia. March 2005. Radio.
Yoshimoto, Midori. "Women's Space in Contemporary American Art World." diatxt. Japan. 2005. Print.
Ms Magazine. March 2005. Print.
Zelaya, Kevin. "Feminist group uses masks to highlight message." Daily Nebraskan. 25 February. 2005. Print.
"Where have all the women gone?" Moving Pictures. January/February 2005. Print.
Batson-Savage, Tanya. "From Glory to Ray." Jamaica Gleaner Online. 30 January. 2005. Web. 3 February. 2005. Web.
Branston, Gil. The Media Student's Book, 5th Edition. New York: Taylor and Francis. 2005. Print.
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ART TABLE 25th Anniversary Book. 2005. Print.
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Rise Up. Radio Free Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, 11 April. 2004. Radio.
Maupin, Elizabeth. “Women playwrights raise their voices.” Orlando Sentinel. 31 March. 2004. Print.
Barnes, Amy. “Going ape: Guerrilla Girls wage humorous combat against gender, racial inequality in the arts.” Louisville Courier. 25 March. 2004. Print.
MacMillan, Kyle. “Feminist art before it became a buzzword.” The Denver Post. 9 March. 2004. Print.
Adams, Mike S. “Our University's Political Slush Fund.” 8 March. 2004. Web. Portugal. March 2004. Web.
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Netvision Ltd. Israeli magazine for International Women's Day. March 2004. Print.
Maxwell, Chris. “Bitches, Bimbos and Ballbreakers Invade Harvard.” Weekly Dig. 27 February. 2004. Print. 
Clark, Monica M. “Feminists in Gorilla Masks Talk to Students.” The Harvard Crimson. 27 February. 2004. Print.
“College art conference goes wild over Guerrilla Girls.” The Seattle Post-Intelligencer. 24 February. 2004. Print.
Mandel, Andrew K. The Appian: Harvard Graduate School of Education Newspaper. February 23. 2004. Print.
Michelangelo Signorile Show. Sirius Satellite Radio New York, 11 February. 2004. Radio.
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Hoban, Phoebe. “Masks Still in Place, but Firmly in the Mainstream.” The New York Times. 4 January. 2004. Print.
Zeisler, Andi, “Media Jones.” Mother Jones. January 2004. Print.
Women and Performance. 20th Anniversary Issue. 2004. Print.

“Guerrilla Girls tacklet stereotypes.” The Olympian. 9 December. 2003. Print.
“Changing face of feminism: Feminist art activists tour U.S. with book- Campaign for equality wearing monkey masks.” Toronto Star. 6 December. 2003. Print. Web.
“Changing Gears with Glynn Jackson.” Radio XM Satellite. 6 December. 2003. Radio.
“Activist Guerrilla Girls Release Book.” The Miami Herald. 6 December 2003. Print.
American Decades Primary Sources: 1980-1989. Volume 9 December 2003. Print.
To The Contrary. PBS. 15 November. 2003. Television.
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Dagens Nyheter Newspaper. Stockholm. November 2003. Print.
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Goldstein, Richard. “The Politics of Groping.” Village Voice. 16-22 October. 2003. Print. Web.
Gopinath, Charlotte. “The Guerrilla Girls Smash Stereotypes.” USC Trojan Horse Volume 6 Issue 3 14 October 2003. Print.
Swanhuyser, Hiya. “Guerrilla Warfare.” San Francisco Weekly. 8-14 October. 2003. Print.
“Aloud at the Central Library.” Los Angeles Magazine. October 2003. Print.
“Women.” La Calla Negra. Canal II TV Network. October 2003. Television.
“Bitch Reads.” Bitch Issue #22 Fall 2003. Print.
Rems, Emily. “Lit Pick: Bitches, Bimbos and Ballbreakers.” Bust Magazine. Fall 2003. Print.
Hill, Logan. “Rewriting History.” New York Post. 28 September. 2003. Print.
“Reinventing the “F” word Bitches, Bimbos and Ballbreakers: The Guerrilla Girls Guide to Female Stereotypes.” Fairfield Weekly. 25 September. 2003. Print.
Talk America Radio with Ralph Collier. 25 September. 2003. Radio.
Lori and Julia Show. KFMP-FM Minneapolis. 18 September. 2003. Radio.
Tillotson, Kristin. “Guerrilla Girls still fight bias in the artistic jungle.” Minnesota Star Tribune. 17 September. 2003. Print.
At Ten. WUWM-FM NPR Milwaukee. 17 September. 2003. Radio.
100X WTLK-FM Madison. 16 September. 2003. Radio.
The Brian Lehr Show. WNYC. 15 September. 2003. Radio.
Noll, Elizabeth. “Guerrilla Girls Take the Walker.” The Minnesota Women’s Press. 10-23 September. 2003. Print.
Woodtke, Francesca. “3 questions for the Guerrilla Girls, artists, agents provocateurs.” Time Out NY. 28 August-4 September. 2003. Print.
Klein, Sarah. “Monkeying with Feminism.” Detroit Metrotimes. 3 September. 2003. Print.
Flanigan, Kathy. “Girl Talk.” Milwaukee Journal Sentinal. 1 September. 2003. Print.
Brooks, Hannah. Yen magazine. Australia. August-September 2003. Print.
Riley, Nancy Hendrickson. “What Happened To All The Women Writers?” Creative Screenwriting Magazine. August 2003. Print.
“The Celluloid Celing.” August 2003. Web.
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Schikel, Erika. “Radical Mamas.” LA Weekly. 18-24 July. 2003. Print.
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“Female Directors.” KRON/TV San Fransisco. 6 June. 2003. Television.
Utne Reader. May/June 2003. Print.
FEM magazine. University of California at Los Angeles. May 2003. Print.
Denecke, Pauline. Frauen Unterwegs magazine. Germany. May 2003. Print.
Jacobson, Carol. Censorius. May 2003. Print.
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Goldstein, Richard. “War on Women: Part 1.” Village Voice. 5-11 March. 2003. Print.
Interview with Alejandro Romero. Radio Bogotá. 3 March. 2003. Radio.
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Population Connection newsletter. The Reporter. March 2003. Print.
Randall, Terri Thomson. Pasatiempo Weekly. Santa Fe, NM. March 2003. Print.
Artforum 40th Anniversary Issue. March 2003. Print. 
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Clausen, Barbara. Fiber: Werkstoff für femnismus und popkultur. Vienna. Issue #2 April 2003. Print.
Leon, Sharon M. Tidal Wave: How women changed America at Century's end. New York: Free Press. March 2003. Print.
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Regional Contemporary Art Fund of Bordeaux. March 2003. Print.
“Feminists Attack Oscar Sexism.” BBC News. 28 February. 2003. Television.
Up All Night. BBC. 28 February. 2003. Radio.
Interview with Shabina Akhtar. BBC. 28 February. 2003. Radio.
Bloom, David. “Feminists Fire Oscar Salvo: Girls blast Hollywood for lack of ladies.” Variety. 25 February. 2003. Print. February 2003. Web.
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Wilson, Alyce. Wild Violet Magazine. U.K. Vol 2 Issue 2 January 2003. Print.
Knight, Rene. Lima. Ohio, January 2003. Print. January 2003. Web.
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Kohler, Lucartha. Women Working with Glass. Shifter Publications. 2003. Print.
Poyner, Rick. No More Rules. London: Laurence King Publishing. 2003. Print.
Rosenberg, Martin and Martin Thurber. Gender Matters In Art. Worcester, MA: Davis Art Publications. 2003. Print.
Martin, Bradford. Public Performance in the 1960's.  Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press. 2003. Print.
Hall, John R., Mary Jo Neitz and Marshall Battani. Sociology on Culture. London: Routledge. 2003. Print.
Arnason, H.H. A History of Modern Art, 5th edition. London: Laurence King Publishing. 2003. Print.
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Rudy’s Wars. USA Cable Network. 2003. Television.
Women We Love, AMC/Bravo. 2003. Television.

Urban Dialect Magazine. Michigan. November 2002. Print.
Tuva Magazine. Finland. November 2002. Print.
Ashcroft, Angel. Pandora's Box Zine. London. November 2002. Print.
Bang Magazine. Sweden. Fall 2002. Print.
Panagiotakis, Alexandros. Eleftherotypia Newspaper. Greece. November 2002. Print.
Stewart, Kirsten. “Guerrilla Girls Bring the Battle to SLC.” The Salt Lake Tribune. 12 November. 2002. Print.
Nailen, Dan. “Armed with statistics and attitude, these women go ape over sexism in the art world.” The Salt Lake Tribune. 8 November. 2002. Print.
Freedman, Estelle. No Turning Back. New York: Ballantine Books. 2002. Print.
Bryant, John G. Creating Women: An Interdisciplinary Anthology of Readings on Women in Western Culture.
New Jersey: Prentice Hall. November 2002. Print.
Lipkin, Jonathon. In the Realm of the Circuit. New Jersey: Prentice Hall. 2002. Print.
Haddad, Natalie. Real Detroit. 23 October. 2012. Print.
Arrieta, J. “Bilbao Arte expone una retrospectiva de las Guerrilla Girls.” El Correo Español. 19 October. 2002. Print.
Revista Con-spirando. Chile. #41 Fall 2002. Print.
Goldberg, Michelle. “Where Are the Female Directors?”, 27 August. 2002. Web.
“Les Guerrilla Girls, Avocates des Femmes Artistes.” Femmes Artistes International Issue #41. Jan-March 2002. Print.
Joselit, David. American Art Since1945. London: Thames & Hudson. 2002. Print.
Richards, Lionel. L'aventure de l'art contemporain 1945-2000. Paris: Le Chene/Hachette. 2002. Print.
Guerrilla Girls. “Estrogen Bomb” card for Spititus Mundi card set. September 2002. Print. 
Shrage, Laurie. Abortion and Social Responsibility. Oxford, U.K.: Oxford University Press. 2002. Print.
Carter, Cynthia. Violence and the Media. Berkshire, U.K.: Open University Press. 2002. Print.
EXIT, Imagen & Cultura. Madrid Number 7 August 2002. Print.
Siren Magazine. Toronto. Summer 2002. Print.
Cut and Paste Zine. Riverside. 2002. Print.
Bizarre Magazine. UK. May 2002. Print.
Feminist Magazine. KPFK, Los Angeles, 4 April. 2002. Radio. April 2002. Web.
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London Sunday Herald. 24 March. 2002. Print.
Working Assets with Laura Flanders. KALW, San Francisco, 21 March. 2002. Radio.
BBC Online. 23 March. 2002. Web.
“ The Finger.” New Times Los Angeles. 21 March. 2002. Print.
Larry Elder Show. KABC, Los Angeles, 19 March. 2002. Radio.
Rockrgrl magazine. Spring 2002. Print. 
ABC-720, Perth, Australia, 18 March. 2002. Radio.
Pool, Bob. “Feminists' Ire at Academy on Display.” The Los Angeles Times. 16 March. 2002. Print.
McCash, Doug. “Gorilla Girls Growl at Art-World Inequities.” The New Orleans Times- Picayune. 15 March. 2002. Print.
News, KNBC-TV, Los Angeles, 12 March. 2002. Television.
Al Rantel Show. KABC. 11 March. 2002. Radio.
Adweek. 18 March. 2002. Print.
Feminist Magazine. KPFK, Los Angeles, 6 March. 2002. Radio.
Peter Dick Show.  4BC, Queensland, Australia, 5 March. 2002. Radio.
“Hollywood Activists Unveil New Chubby Oscar,” Sydney Morning Herald, Sydney, Australia, March 2, 2002
IN LA. March 2002. Print.
The List. Edinburgh, Scotland. March 2002. Print. 28 February. 2002. Web. 26 February. 2002. Web.
Bitch. April 2002. Print.
Treanor, Nick, ed., Daniel Leone, and Bonnie Szumski. American Social Movements: The Feminist Movement. Michigan: Greenhaven Press. 2002. Print.
Smith, Ali. Laws of the Bandit Queens: Words to Live by from 35 of Today's Most Revolutionary Women. New York: Three Rivers Press. 2002. Print. 
Interview. 2002. Web.
Johnson, Michael. Problem Solved. London: Phaidon Press. 2002. Print. 
George, Diana and John Trimbut. Reading Culture.  Boston: Addison Wesley Longman. 2002. Print.
Kennedy, XJ, Dorothy M. Kennedy and Jane E. Aaron. The Bedford Reader: 8th Edition. Bedford/St. Martins. 2002. Print.
“Interview.” Nervy Girl Magazine. 2002. Print.
Femmes Artistes International. 2002. Print.
Carter, Cynthia and Dr. C. Kay Weaver. Violence and the Media. Wales: Cardiff University Press. 2002. Print.
Jones, Amelia. Feminism and Visual Culture Reader. London: Routledge. 2002. Print.
Lustig, Suzanne and Katheryn Kish Skylar. "How and Why Did the Guerrilla Girls Alter the Art World Establishment in New York City, 1985-1995?" State University of New York at Binghamton: Women and Social Movements in the United States 1600-2000. Spring 2002. Print. Web. <>

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MacInnes, Teresa. Women Artists: The Other Side of the Picture. National Film Board of Canada. 2001. Television. 
Calgary Today with Dave Arnold. AR77, Calgary, 29 October. 2001. Radio.
This Morning with Sheila Rogers. CBC Radio One, Toronto, 21 October. 2001. Radio.
Adbusters. September-October 2001. Print.
Indiewire. 21 June. 2001. Print. 
Beneath the Surface with Jon Weiner. KPFK, Los Angeles, 20 June. 2001. Radio.
Morning Show. KPFK, Los Angeles, 19 June. 2001. Radio.
“Guerrillas In Our Midst.” The Los Angeles Times Magazine. 17 June. 2001. Print. 
Tate Modern: The Handbook. London: Tate Museum. 2001. Print.
Women Artists. Taschen. 2001. Print.
New York.  Oxford, New York: Berghahn Books. 2001. Print.
Extra Art: A Survey of Artists' Ephemera 1960-1999. Los Angeles: Smart Art Press. 2001. Print.
Gardner's Art Through the Ages. New York: Harcourt. 2001. Print.
Pohl, Frances. Framing America. London: Thames & Hudson. 2001. Print.
Bouquet, Mary, ed. Academic Anthropology and the Museum. Oxford: Berghahn Books. 2001. Print.
Melby, Todd. “Weaving the Web into Public Art.” Public Art Review Spring/Summer 2001: 35. Print.
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“No planeta das macacas,” Simples? São Paulo. March/April 2001. Print.
“Group Puts Face on Rights of Women.” Post-Standard Oswego. March 2001. Print. 
“Seven Days in LA.” New Times. 22-28 March. 2001. Print.
Lewerenz, Dan. “Gorilla Masks, Guerrilla Tactics for this Feminist Group.” Associated Press. 2 February. 2001. Print.
“The I.D. Forty: Socially Conscious Design.” I.D. Magazine. February 2001. Print.
“Send a Message to Hollywood.” Ms. Magazine. February 2001. Print.
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Bitch magazine Issue #14. 2000. Television.
Trackers. Oxygen TV Network. 28 March. 2000. Television.

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Horwitz, Simi. “Guerrilla Girls Make Gorilla Warfare on the Local New York Theatre Scene.” Back Stage. 5-11 March. 1999. Print.

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CBC TV. 22 April. 1998. Television.
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"The Gallery: Still Life on its Last Breath." The Wall Street Journal. 4 June. 1997: A16. Print. 

Schmidt, Sabine. "Monkey Business." Planet Pussy #4 November 1996: 27. Print.
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Scott, Michael. "It's A Jungle Out There." The Vancouver Sun. 19 September 19. 1996: C1. Print.
Laurence, Robin. "The Attitudes of Art Apes Provoke a Guerrilla Attack." The Georgia Straight. 19-26 September. 1996: 85. Print.
Smith, Robert. "Gallery Doors Open to the Long Denied," The New York Times, May 26, 1996. Print.
Guerrilla Girls. "How to Enjoy the Battle of the Sexes." The New Yorker. 16 February – 4 March. 1996. Print.

Guerrilla Girls. Confessions of the Guerrilla Girls. New York: Harper Collins. 1995. Print.
Klingler, Reingard. Die Guerrilla Girls. In: Marta Reichenberger. 1995. Print.
Reichenberger, Marta, ed. Wer hat Angst vor Josephine Beuys?: Rahmenbedingungen zur Arbeit von Künsterlerinnen. Claus Richter Verlag. 1995. Print.
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KBOO and KOPB, Portland, 10 May. 1995. Radio.
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KPFA, Berkeley, 9 May. 1995. Radio.
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WLRN, Miami, 28 April. 1995. Radio.
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Gender Wars with Judy Woodruff. CNN. 30 July. 1994. Television.
"Dear Museum Director." Ms. Magazine. March/April 1994. Print.
"Art World Shows its Derriere." Ms. Magazine. January/February 1994. Print.

"Guerrilla Girls Unmask Sexism in the Art World.” Las Cruces Bulletin. 21 October. 1992. Print.
"Guerrilla Girls Talk Back." Dialog Arts in the Midwest. September/October 1992. Print.
Simon, Josh. "Gender Offenders In Action." Vogue. September 1992. Print.
Carr, C. "Guerrilla Girls in the Art Zone." Mirabella. July 1992. Print. 
Jacobs, Karrie and Heller, Stephen. "Dirt and Domesticity/Constructions of the Feminine." Angry Graphics. Salt Lake City: Perogrine Smith Books. 1992. Print.
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Hess, Elizabeth. "Get Rid of 'Political Art'?" Village Voice. 9 April. 1991. Print.
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"Art in the face of sexism, Censorship and AIDS..." Vogue January 1991: 110-104. Print.
Interview. German Radio. Winter 1991. Radio.
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Guerrilla Girls. "You're Seeing Less Than Half the Picture." Discussions in Contemporary Culture/Democracy – A project by Group Material #5. New York: DIA Art Foundation. 1990. Print.
Ms. Magazine September-October 1990. Print.
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Canadian Public Television. Spring 1990. Television.
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Harrison, Amy. Guerrillas In Our Midst. New York: Women Make Movies. 1990. Film.

Tormollan, Carole. “An Interview: Guerrilla Girls.” Video Data Bank. 1989. Video.
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Buame, S. "Women Artists Face Stone Wall." USA Today. 12 April. 1988. Print.
Sischy, Ingrid, Thomas McEvilley, and Lucas Samaras. "Guerrilla Girls." Artforum. February 1988. Print.
Reginato, J. "Fun de Siecle." Avenue. February 1988. Print.
Ruhrer, C. "Hangt Mehr Weibsbilder." Kultur. 19 January. 1988. Print.

"Guerrilla Girls: Stop Ignoring Women Artists." Hartford Courant. 1 December. 1987. Print.
"Letters to the editor: Gallery Girls." Vanity Fair. December 1987. Print. 
Shephard, Joan. “Zany, Creative Get Dinkins Award." The Daily News. 4 November. 1987. Print.
"Does Art World Turn Away from Women Artists?" St. Petersburg Times. 14 October. 1987. Print.
"Group Discusses Sexism in Art." Oracle. 12 October. 1987. Print.
Alveroz, C. "Women in the Arts - Fed Up." Tampa Tribune. 12 October. 1987. Print.
"A Guerrilla Girl Revolution." St. Petersburg Times. 9 October. 1987. Print.
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Falco, Jody. "Going Ape Over the Guerrilla Girls." Cover. September 1987. Print.
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Wang, E. "Gorilla Men Front Guerrilla Girls." The Phoenix. 25 June. 1987. Print. 
Shephers, Joan. "Whitney Accused of Male Showvinism." Daily News. 1 May. 1987. Print. 
"Best Pics: Guerrilla Girls Speak Back to the Whitney." Village Voice. 29 April. 1987. Print. 
Smith, Robert. "Group Exhibitions Show Off." New York Times. 24 April. 1987. Print.
Newhall, E. "Whitney's Girl Trouble." New York Magazine. 20 April. 1987. Print.
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"Guerrilla Girls Project." Arts Magazine. December 1986. Public service announcement. Print. 
Larson, Kay. "The Powers That Will Be." New York Magazine. 22 December. 1986. Print. 
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Sailsbury, S. "Guerrilla Girls Fight Sexism with Fun." The Philadelphia Enquirer. 4 March. 1986. Print.
Dondrio, B. "Artful Dodgers." Manhattan Inc. March 1986. Print.
"Male Bias Under Attack." Art in America. January 1986. Print.
"C'est La Guerre: Letter to Editor." Village Voice. 28 January. 1986. Print.
Indiana, Gary. "Light Pirate." Village Voice. 7 January. 1986. Print. 

Trebay, Guy. "Guerrilla's Night Out." Village Voice. 29 October. 1985. Print.
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