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Guerrillas in Our Midst (1992)

Guerrillas In Our Midst takes a look behind the scenes of New York's blue chip art market, and reveals how a contemporary art movement is "created." The anonymous art activists, the ... See full summary »

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Guerrillas In Our Midst takes a look behind the scenes of New York's blue chip art market, and reveals how a contemporary art movement is "created." The anonymous art activists, the Guerrilla Girls, provide a witty foil to SoHo's business-as-usual, protesting the underrepresentation of women and non-white artists with satirical posters and their trademark gorilla masks. Written by Amy Harrison

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Do women have to be naked to get into the Met?

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1.33 : 1
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