Lecture Performance

Guerrilla Girls (US)

English | Limited number of seats


For 30 years, the guerrilla girls, icons of feminist art activism, have caused a stir with facts and humour, exposing sexism, racism and corruption in politics and pop culture. They act anonymously, wear gorilla masks and use the names of deceased artists as pseudonyms. Frida Kahlo, one of the two founders, is a guest to talk about her work.