Guerrilla Girls Twin Cities Takeover. Facts. Humor. Fake Fur.

Go ape for change

Go ape
for change

with the Guerrilla Girls

The Guerrilla Girls—infamous for exposing sexism, racism and corruption in the art world—are taking over the Twin Cities. In 2016, watch public art by and inspired by the Guerrilla Girls pop up across the Minneapolis/St. Paul metro area and beyond, and get wild with these masked avengers at community events. Raise your voice (and a furry fist) for equality!

Pop Quiz, 1990

Art at the Center: Guerrilla Girls

January 21 - December 31
Walker Art Center

See a selection of the Guerrilla Girls’ recently acquired archive of posters—Portfolio Compleat—in the exhibition Art at the Center: 75 Years of Walker Collections.

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Featured News

Guerrilla Girls growl and take over Twin Cities arts organizations

January 21st, 2016
Star Tribune

Consciousness-raising feminist group is taking over Minnesota galleries, museums and storefronts and reaching out to area teens.

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Coming Together

Project Participants

An unprecedented group of artists, institutions, and galleries across the state came together to support this project.

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Guerrilla Girls, Do Women have to be Naked to Get Into the Met Museum?, 1989

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At the Walker

All 88 Guerrilla Girls posters—the full collection to date—are at the Walker Art Center. Get a preview of selected works here.

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