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The Advantages of Being a Woman Artist

Artist
Guerrilla Girls
Date
1989
Format
Posters
Details
Paper
Size
27.9 × 21.6 cm
Description

Produced to encourage female artists to look on the sunny side. Women all over the world, not just artists, identify with it. One woman sent Guerrilla Girls $1,000 to run it as an ad in Artforum.

  1. The Advantages of Being a Woman Artist
 

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