Guerrilla Girls/ Unknown

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Guerrilla Girls
Unknown
Female
United States
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Guerrilla Girls are the group of female artist that fights against sexism, racism, and discrimination in the art world. They were founded in 1985 by seven women, after an exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. At the exhibition, an international survey of painting and sculpture was being organized, and the total of 169 artists was featured. Only 13 of them were female. A group of female artists was protesting in front of the museum, and this is how the Guerrilla Girls were created. Since their beginning over 60 women took part in this group activism, some of them being in the group for 30 years and more.

new  museum  world work  gallery  new  museum  world work  gallery new  museum  world work  gallery arts  arts arts Guerrilla Girls - Do Women Have to be Naked, 1989
Guerrilla Girls – Do Women Have to be Naked, 1989

Guerrilla Masks for the Perseverance of Integrity

They never show up without their masks, and they go by alias names such as Frida Kahlo and Käthe Kollwitz, named after a German artist, and Zubeida Agha, who took a name of Pakistani artist that passed away in 1997. They started with protests in front of museums who would not include female artists in their featured most influential and importat collections, or the galleries without female solo exhibitions. They worked on projects in New York and all over the USA. They fight for equal rights, against racism and sexism. It all started out with attempting to have more women artists in galleries and museums. After few years, they started arguing for representation of women in the movie industry, theater and music industry.

Guerrilla Girls redefine the F-word, F standing for Feminism

Guerrilla Girls - I am not a Feminist, 2009
Guerrilla Girls – I am not a Feminist, 2009

Posters and Activism in Form of Protests

Guerrilla Girls show their statement and express their goals by organizing protests, and by making posters, billboards, stickers and video installation. They encourage other female artists, and artists of color to join them, to cause a real change in art establishment and art business. Guerrilla Girls do not make passive political statements that fall into the oblivion after the initial hype is gone. They carefully plan their activism so they could change something and include more people in their art revolution. Some of their posters were reprinted in thousands of copies and got iconic status all over the world. In 1989, when they realized just 5% of the artist in Met Museum are female, but the 85% of nude acts are female, they made the legendary Do Women have to be Naked poster.

The group has been active since the 1985

International Recognition, Exhibitions and Increased Awarness

Their clever use of satire, substantiated political statements, and poster art helped make some changes, such as increased awareness of sexism, more female artists getting their own solo shows, more responsibility from art dealers and curators. They changed the international recognition of sexism and racism in art and had many exhibitions around the globe. Some of the original Girls revealed their identity, others stayed anonymous, saying that their focus is on their work, not their identity, Hiding under gorilla masks has one great advantage, no one can mock their activity saying that it’s not good enough just because they are female. Thier bold and brave activism, and interesting visual art helped to get 10% more women artist to gallery showings by the year 2015.

Guerrilla Girls live and work in New York.

All images © Guerrilla Girls

YearExhibition TitleGallery/MuseumSolo/Group
2016Guerrilla Girls Twin Cities TakeoverWalker Art Center, Minneapolis, MNSolo
2016Guerrilla Girls Twin Cities TakeoverMinneapolis Institute of Art, MNSolo
2016Group ExhibitionWhitechapel Gallery, LondonGroup
2016Inaugural ExhibitionTate Modern Opening, LondonGroup
2016Ludwig MuseumKoln, GermanyGroup
2016Group ExhibitionBaltimore Museum, BaltimoreGroup
2015AgitpropBrooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NYGroup
2015When Artists Speak TruthsRubins Museum, NYGroup
2015Archive BoundCenter for Book Arts, NYGroup
2015PUNK: sus rastros en el arte contemporaneoCentro-Museo Vasco de Arte Contemporaneo (ARTIUM) Araba, SpainGroup
2015When Artists Speak TruthsRubins Museum, New York, NYGroup
2015(Counter) Public Art, Intervention and Performance in Lower Manhattan from 1978-1993Nathan Cummings Foundation Center, New YorkGroup
2015Public Works: Artists’ Interventions 1970s-NOWMills College Art Museum Oakland, CAGroup
2015Not Ready To Make NiceThe Richard E Peeler Art Center, DePauw University Greencastle, INSolo
2015Triacontagon: A Celebration of 30 Years of the Artists’ Fellowship ProgramWestbeth Gallery New York, NYSolo
2015WOMAN X WOMANStation 16 Gallery Montreal, CanadaGroup
2015In the CityCity of Bremen, GermanyGroup
2015(Counter) Public Art, Intervention & Performance in Lower Manhattan from 1978-1993Lower Manhattan Cultural Council New York, NYGroup
2015How Posters WorkCooper Hewitt Museum New York, NYGroup
2015Guerrilla Girls: Not Ready To Make Nice: 30 Years and Still CountingAbrons Art Center New York, NYSolo
2015PUNK: sus rastros en el arte contemporaneoCentro de Arte Dos de Mayo (CA2M) Madrid, SpainGroup
2015GUERRILLA GIRLS 1985-2015Matadero Madrid Madrid, SpainSolo
2015GUERRILLA GIRLS: Art in ActionPomona College Museum of Art Pomona, CASolo
2015Not Ready To Make NiceGeorgia Museum of Art, University of Georgia Athens, GASolo
2015States of FluxTate Modern, LondonGroup
2014Not Ready To Make NiceGeorgia Museum of Art University of Georgia Athens, GASolo
2014Infinite JestLa Panacee Centre de Culture Contemporaine Montepellier, FranceGroup
2014Seeing the Invisible: Life on the StreetBegovich Gallery, CalState Fullerton, CAGroup
2014Not Ready To Make NiceThomas J Walsh Art Gallery, Fairfield University, Fairfield, CTSolo
2014Asian Youth in Art ExhibitAsian Youth in Action (AYA), CAAAV, New York, NYGroup
2014Disobedient ObjectsVictoria & Albert Museum, LondonGroup
2014Female InterventionKleine Humboldt Galerie, Humboldt Universitat zu Berlin, GermanyGroup
2014G I R L – curated by Pharrell WilliamsGalerie Perrotin, Paris, FranceGroup
2014Guerrilla Girls: Art in ActionMiddlebury College of Art, Middlebury, VTSolo
2014Whitney Houston Biennial: I'm Every Woman 20Jay Street suite 207 Brooklyn, NYGroup
2014Archive slivers: women, men, powerBremen Archive, Bremen, GermanyGroup
2014The Medium and the Message: The Poster in the Clash of Ideologies 1914-2014TDOX Centre for Contemporary Art in Prague: Prague, Czech Republic
2014Art Turning Left: How Values Changed Making 1789-2013Tate Liverpool, Liverpool, UKGroup
2014Maison du livre de l'image et du sonVilleurbanne FranceGroup
2014Not Ready To Make NiceKrannert Art Museum, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Champaign, ILSolo
2014Guerrilla Girls Paris 8, University Gallery Saint Denis Banlieue, FranceSolo
2014Guerrilla Girls 1985-2013Alhondiga Bilbao Bilbao, SpainSolo
2014Minimal Resistance - Between late modernism and globalisation: artistic practices during the 80s and 90sMuseo Reina Sofia Madrid, SpainGroup
2014States of FluxTate Modern London, UKGroup
2013Guerrilla Girls 1985-2013Alhondiga Bilbao Bilbao, SpainSolo
2013States of FluxTate Modern London, UKGroup
2013Art Turning Left: How Values Changed Making 1789-2013Tate Liverpool Liverpool, UKGroup
2013Yoko Ono’s MeltdownSouthbank Centre London, UKGroup
2013Minimal Resistance Between late modernism and globalization: artistic practices during the 80s and 90sMuseo Nacional Centro de Art Reina Sofía Madrid, SpainGroup
2013Guerrilla GirlsGDM Gallery, Palais de Tokyo Paris, FranceSolo
2013Goteborg International BiennialGoteborg Konsthall Goteborg, SwedenGroup
2013Elles: Women Artists from the Centre PompidouCentro Cultural Banco do Brasil, Rio de Janeiro, BrazilGroup
2013Elles: Women Artists from the Centre PompidouCentro Cultural Banco do Brasil, Belo Horizonte, BrazilGroup
2013Feminism: from avant-garde to the present dayWorker and Collective Farm Girl Moscow, RussiaGroup
2013Qui Aurait Pu Imaginer Une Chose Pareille?Maison de la Catalanite Perpignan, FranceGroup
2013Gnadenlos- Kunstlerinnen und das KomischePaula Modersohn-Becker Museum Bremen, GermanyGroup
2013Object PermanenceHessel Museum of Art, Bard College Annandale-on-Hudson, NYGroup
2013Backflip: Feminism and humour in Contemporary ArtMargaret Lawrence Gallery, Victoria College of the Arts, The University of Melbourne Melbourne, AustraliaGroup
2013Art - Activism: Annual Pride Art Exhibition – New YorkClifford Chance US LLP New York City, NYGroup
2013Guerrilla Girls 1985-2000Peter Fingesten Gallery, Pace University New York City, NYSolo
2013Canceled: Alternative Manifestrations & Productive FailuresFreedman Gallery, Albright College Reading, PAGroup
2013Shock of the NewsNational Gallery of Art Washington, DCGroup
2012States of FluxTate Modern London, UKGroup
2012This Will Have Been: Art, Love, and Politics in the 1980’sMuseum of Contemporary Art Chicago Chicago, ILGroup
2012SUPERMARKET 2012 - Stockholm Independent Art FairKulturhuset Stockholm SwedenGroup
2012Not Ready to Make Nice: Guerrilla Girls, in the Artworld and BeyondA+D Gallery, Columbia College Chicago and Glass Curtain Gallery Chicago, ILSolo
2012Indomitable Women, a (his)tory of Women in Audiovisual Art (1944-2009)National Museum Reina Sofia Madrid, SpainGroup
2012Cancelled: Alternative Manifestations and Productive FailuresThe Center for Book Arts New York City, NYGroup
2012Zulma Aguiar of Time Based Arts presents Guerrilla Girls’ VideoThe Greenhouse Innovation Hub Honolulu, HIGroup
2012I’m Not A Feminist, But If I Was, This Is What I Would Complain About…: Interactive Street Project Art Boom Festival Krakow, PolandSolo
2012This Will Have Been: Art, Love, and Politics in the 1980’sWalker Art Center Minneapolis, MNGroup
2012Agents Of Change: Artists As ActivistsThe University Library Art Gallery, Sonoma State University Rohnert Park, CAGroup
2012Not Ready to Make Nice: The Guerrilla Girls in the Art World and BeyondMonserrat College of Art Beverly, MASolo
2012Do Women Have To Be Naked To Get Into Boston Museums?Mobile Billboard Project city wide in Boston, Boston, MASolo
2012Minneapolis Marriage Equality Billboard ProjectMinneapolis, MNGroup
2012Elles: Women Artists from the Centre PompidouSeattle Museum of Art Seattle, WAGroup
2012Nervous WomenMuseum Dr Guislain Ghent, BelguimGroup
2012This Will Have Been: Art, Love and Politics in the 1980’sInstitute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MAGroup
2012Of The PeopleContemporary Wing Washington, DCGroup
2012MERCILESS – Female Artists and the ComicalStadtische Museen Heilbronn, Kunsthalle Vogelmann Heilbronn, GermanyGroup
2011States of FluxTate Modern London, UKGroup
2011Contemporary Art from the CollectionMuseum of Modern Art New York City, NYGroup
2011Public SphereGallery Loop Seoul, KoreaGroup
2011The Satirical Edge in Contemporary Prints and GraphicsAlsdorf Gallery, Mary & Leigh Block Museum of Art, Northwestern University Evanston, ILGroup
2011The Deconstructive Impulse: Women Artists Reconfigure the Signs of Power, 1973-1991Neuberger Museum of Art Purchase, NYGroup
2011Art Space at Meyer's PlaceMelbourne, AustraliaGroup
2011Feminist Masked Avengers 30 Early Guerrilla Girls’ Posters, Recent work by Guerrilla Girls, Guerrilla Girls BroadBand, Guerrilla Girls on TourMason Gross School of the Arts Galleries, Rutgers University New Brunswick, NJGroup
2011The Guerrilla Girls Talk BackNational Museum of Women in the Arts Washington, DCSolo
2011Beziehungsarbeit Kunst und InstitutionKunstlerhaus Vienna Vienna, AustriaGroup
2011The Deconstructive Impulse: Women Artists Reconfigure the Signs of Power, 1973-1991Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University Durham, NCGroup
2011One Vision Multiple HandsBurnaby Art Gallery Vancouver, CanadaGroup
2011Ready-To-PrintWhite Space Zurich, SwitzerlandGroup
2011El Encuentro Mundial de Arte Corporal (The World Body Art Festival)Teatro Teresa Careeno Caracas, VenezuelaGroup
2011Contemporary Art from the CollectionMuseum of Modern Art New York City, NYGroup
2011GoddessesNational Museum of Art, Architecture and Design Oslo, NorwayGroup
2011The 1st Public Discourse Sphere-After effects of Neo-liberalismGallery LOOP Seoul, KoreaGroup
2010L’Observatori de les Dones en els Mitjans de ComnicacioCitilab Cornelia Catalonia, SpainGroup
2010The Graphic Imperative: International Posters of Peace, Social Justice and the Environment 1965-2005Monroe Brown Gallery, Gwen Frostic School of Art, Western Michigan University Kalamazoo, MIGroup
2010The Visible VaginaFrancis M Naumann Fine Art New York City, NYGroup
2010A Space for Dialogue: Fresh Perspectives on the Permanent Collection from Dartmouth's StudentsHood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College Dartmouth, NHGroup
20102010 Whitney BiennialWhitney Museum of American Art New York City, NYGroup
2010Art Against Empire: Graphic Responses to US Interventions Since WWIILos Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions Los Angeles, CAGroup
2010Becoming Bitch, Becoming OutcastGerrit Rietveld Academie Amsterdam, The NetherlandsGroup
2010IX Festival Internacional de la ImagenCentro Cultural y de Convenciones Teatro los Fundadores Manizales, ColombiaGroup
2010Guerrilla Girls' All Ireland projectNational College of Art and Design (NCAD) Dublin, IrelandSolo
2010Indomitable WomenCentre Cultura de Dones Francesca Bonnemaison Barcelona, SpainGroup
2010Out of the Closet and Into the Street: Posters of LGBTQ Struggles & CelebrationONE Archives Gallery & Museum West Hollywood, CAGroup
2010Guerrilla Girls, New Work RevealedGallery no 76 John Street, Kilkenny County Council Arts Office Kilkenny, IrelandSolo
2010Group ExhibitionTallinn, EstoniaGroup
2010She is a Femme FataleBerardo Museum Lisbon, PortugalGroup
20092010 BITT FestivalArtrang Gallery Seoul, KoreaGroup
2009Aleppo 8th International Women Art FestivalLe Pont Organization Aleppo, SyriaGroup
2009ANARCHY: In Search of a New World OrderHarlem PoP New York City, NYGroup
2009The Graphic Imperative: International Posters of Peace, Social Justice and the Environment 1965-2005Snite Museum of Art, University of Notre Dame Notre Dame, INGroup
2009Hysteria: Past yet PresentPaul Robeson Gallery, Rutgers University Newark, NJGroup
2009BushMillenium Court Arts Center Portadown, Northern IrelandGroup
2009BushwhackedIvan Dougherty Gallery, College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales Sydney, AustraliaGroup
2009Radical Detour and the 1st Annual Berkshire Festival of Women in the ArtsThe Storefront Artist Project Pittsfield, MAGroup
2009The Graphic Imperative: International Posters of Peace, Social Justice and the Environment 1965-2005Wilson Art Center Gallery, Ohio Northern University Ada, OHGroup
2009The Graphic Imperative: International Posters of Peace, Social Justice and the Environment 1965-2005Museum of Design Atlanta Atlanta, GAGroup
2009elles@centrepompidouCentre Pompidou Paris, FranceGroup
2009REBELLE: Art and Feminism 1969-2009Museum voor Moderne Kunst Arnhem, The NetherlandsGroup
2009Then and Now: 20th Anniversary of the Center ShowThe Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center New York City, NYGroup
2009MasterPeaces - High Art for Higher PurposeDaVinci Gallery, Los Angeles City College Los Angeles, CaliforniaGroup
2009Ingres et les ModernesMusee Ingres Montauban, FranceGroup
2009On the Margins of Art - Creation and Political EngagementMuseu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona Barcelona, SpainGroup
2009KAT A4 (Horny)Galleri Box Gothenburg, SwedenGroup
2009The Art of Persuasion: Poster Design from 1896 through 2008Albin O Kuhn Library & Gallery, University of Maryland Baltimore, MDGroup
2009The Graphic Imperative: International Posters of Peace, Social Justice and the Environment 1965-2005Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas Lawrence, KSGroup
2009Guerrilla GirlsWomen's Studies Department and the Institute for Research on Women and Gender, Lane Hall, University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MISolo
2009Guerrilla GirlsAcadia University Art Gallery Wolfville, Nova Scotia, CanadaSolo
2009Guerrilla Girls Research and New WorkMillenium Court Arts Centre, Portadown, Northern IrelandSolo
2009Guerrilla Girls: RetrospectiveMillenium Court Arts Centre Portadown, Northern IrelandSolo
2009Guerrilla Girls Troubler le repos Disturbing the PeaceGalerie de l’UQAM Montreal, Quebec, CanadaSolo
2009Burning Down the House: Building a Feminist Art CollectionBrooklyn Museum Brooklyn, NYGroup
2009The Activist Art of the Guerrilla GirlsSalem College Fine Arts Center Winston-Salem, NCSolo
2008The Graphic Imperative: International Posters of Peace, Social Justice and the Environment 1965-2005Jean Paul Slusser Gallery, University of Michigan School of Art & Design Ann Arbor, MIGroup
2008Person Of The Crowd: The Contemporary Art of FlanerieNeuberger Museum of Art Purchase, NYGroup
2008Lynne Hershman Leeson: No Body SpecialDeYoung Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco San Francisco, CAGroup
2008The Graphic Imperative: International Posters of Peace, Social Justice and the Environment 1965-2005McDonough Museum of Art, Youngstown State University Youngstown, OHGroup
2008Subjected CultureMACRO, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo of Rosario, Rosario, ArgentinaGroup
2008Are We There Yet?: 40 Years of FeminismARC Gallery Chicago, ILGroup
2008Medieval to Modern: Recent Acquisitions of Drawings, Prints and Illustrated BooksNational Gallery of Art Washington, DCGroup
2008Pink and Bent - Art of Queer WomenLeslie Lohman Gay Art Foundation New York City, NYGroup
2008Reclaiming the ‘F’ Word: Posters on International FeminismArt Galleries, Mike Curb College of Arts, Media, and Communication, California State University Northridge Northridge, CASolo
2008Girls and Company: Feminist Works from MMoCA's Permanent CollectionThe Madison Museum of Contemporary Art Madison, WIGroup
2008DARKSIDE: Photographic Desire and Sexuality PhotographedFotomuseum Winterthur Zurich, SwitzerlandGroup
2008Over the RainbowEspace Le Carre Lille, FranceGroup
2008The Graphic Imperative: International Posters of Peace, Social Justice and the Environment 1965-2005University Galleries, Illinois State University Normal, ILGroup
2008Speak Out: Art, Design & Politics516 Arts Albuquerque, NMGroup
2007The Graphic Imperative: International Posters of Peace, Social Justice and the Environment 1965-2005Crown Center Gallery, Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, ILGroup
2007Documenting a Feminist Past: Art World CritiqueMuseum of Modern Art New York City, NYGroup
2007Feedback: The Video Data Bank, Video Art, and Artist InterviewsMuseum of Modern Art New York City, NYGroup
2007AGENTS OF CHANGE: Women, Art and IntellectCeres Gallery New York City, NYGroup
2007The Graphic Imperative: International Posters of Peace, Social Justice and the Environment 1965-2005Turchin Center for the Visual Arts, Applachian State University Boone, NCGroup
2007Guerrilla GirlsHellenic American Union Galleries Athens, GreeceSolo
2007Art Athina 2007Art Athina International Contemporary Art Fair Athens, GreeceGroup
2007Kiss Kiss Bang Bang 45 years of Art and FeminismMuseo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao Bilbao, SpainGroup
2007Public ViewingCity wide in Shanghai, SH Contemporary Art Fair Shanghai, ChinaGroup
2007BODYPOLITICXWitte de With Center for Contemporary Arts Rotterdam, The NetherlandsGroup
2007The Graphic Imperative: International Posters of Peace, Social Justice and the Environment 1965-2005University Art Gallery, San Diego State University San Diego, CAGroup
2007The Graphic Imperative: International Posters of Peace, Social Justice and the Environment 1965-2005Luckman Fine Art Complex, California State University Los Angeles Los Angeles, CAGroup
2007Do You See the Violence Against Women?Autonomous Womens' Center Belgrade, SerbiaGroup
2007States of FluxTate Modern London, UKGroup
2007Merch & PromoCentre D'Art Santa Monica Barcelona, SpainGroup
2007The Graphic Imperative: International Posters of Peace, Social Justice and the Environment 1965-2005Schmidt Center Gallery, Florida Atlantic University Boca Raton, FLGroup
2007Witness to the passing time: The Art Metropole CollectionNational Gallery of Canada Ottawa, OntarioGroup
2006Hay Que Quitar Las Cadenas A Las Mujeres Directoras (Unchain The Women Directors) BillboardHotel Virreyes Mexico City, MexicoGroup
2006Venice-IstanbulThe Istanbul Museum of Modern Art Istanbul, TurkeyGroup
2006Para Todos Los PúblicosFundacion Bilbao Arte Fundazioa Bilbao, SpainGroup
2006Boston Feminist Film FestivalBoston, MAGroup
2006This is America: Visions of the American DreamCentraal Museum Utrecht, The NetherlandsGroup
2006Creteil International Women's Film FestivalCreteil, FranceGroup
2006Group ExhibitionUniversity of Tennessee, Knoxville, TNGroup
2006RidykeulousParticipant Inc New York City, NYGroup
2006Subjected Culture – Interruptions and Resistances on FemalenessMuseo de Bellas Arte Timoteo Navarro Tucuman, ArgentinaGroup
2006Poster Art, Dyer Arts Center?Rochester Institute of Technology Rochester, NYGroup
2006Guerrilla Art, Art As ActivismAltered Esthetics Minneapolis, MNSolo
2006Until The Violence Stops: NYC Women’s Vday Film FestivalThe Museum of Television & Radio and Museum of the City NY New York City, NYGroup
2006The Graphic Imperative: International Posters of Peace, Social Justice and the Environment 1965-2005The Design Center at Philadelphia University Philadelphia, PAGroup
2006The Graphic Imperative: International Posters of Peace, Social Justice and the Environment 1965-2005AIGA National Design Center, New York City, NYGroup
2006Conceptual ComicsPlan B, Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff Centre for the Arts Banff, Alberta, CanadaGroup
2006The Graphic Imperative: International Posters of Peace, Social Justice and the Environment 1965-2005Des Lee Gallery, Washington University St Louis, MOGroup
2005UCLA Student Exhibit, Los Angeles, March 2005Group
2005Gender FrontiersZaragoza Museum Zaragoza, SpainGroup
2005The Design of DissentSchool of Visual Arts New York City, NYGroup
2005Always A Little Further51st Venice Biennale, the Arsenale Venice, ItalyGroup
2005The Festival of World CulturesCity wide in Dun Laoghaire Dublin, IrelandGroup
2005On Demand - A group show brought to 1 person at a timeCentre of Attention, London, UKSolo
2005Disarming Images: Picturing Dissent in America, 2001-2005Casa Delle Culture Di Roma Rome, ItalyGroup
2005Guerrilla Girls: Graphic ActivismCUNY Kingsborough Art Gallery Brooklyn, NYSolo
2005Group ExhibitionBradley University, Preoria, ILGroup
2005Violencia Sin Cuerpos (Violence Without Bodies)Web exhibition, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia Madrid, SpainGroup
2005Just Do It - The Subversion of Signs from Marcel Duchamp to Prada MeinhofLentos Kunstmuseum Linz, AustriaGroup
2005The Graphic Imperative: International Posters of Peace, Social Justice and the Environment 1965-2005Sandra & David Bakalar Gallery, Massachusetts College of Art Boston, MAGroup
2005Imagine a WorldAmnesty International's Stop Violence Against Women Campaign, Bargehouse London, UKGroup
2005States of FluxTate Modern London, UKGroup
2004Yo, What Happened to Peace?Transport Gallery Los Angeles, CAGroup
2004DETOXBorderland Museum Kirkenes, NorwayGroup
2004Reel to Real: A Political Reflection of Hollywood Film PostersStudy of Political Graphics, CSUN Art Galleries Northridge, CAGroup
2004Peace Signs – Posters of the Anti War MovementChisholm Gallery New York City, NYGroup
2004Some things Happening: 25 Years of Contemporary Art at the Heron GalleryNiSource Gallery, Indiana State Museum, Indianapolis, INGroup
2004Estrojam 2004City wide Chicago, ILGroup
2004The Guerrilla Girls' Art Museum Activity BookPrinted Matter New York City, NYSolo
2004The Guerrilla Girls: 25 Years of Revolutionary Art PostersMelvin Art Gallery, Florida Southern CollegeSolo
2004Group ExhibitionLakeland, FLGroup
2003The Anti-War Show: US Interventions from Korea to IraqTrack 16 Gallery Santa Monica, CAGroup
2003LadyFest Philly 2003City-wide Philadelphia, PAGroup
2003Micropolitics: Art and Everyday Life (2001-1968) Part 2Espai d’Art Contemporani de Castello Castellon, SpainGroup
2003Art During WartimeIT Space New York City, NYGroup
2003Bright Lights, Big CityDavid Zwirner New York City, NYGroup
2003Female TurbulenceAersoplastics Gallery Brussels, BelgiumGroup
2003Logo - No Logo?Hogeschool West-Vlaanderen Brugge, BelgiumGroup
2002Art and Outrage: The ExhibitionRobert Miller Gallery New York City, NYGroup
2002Rriot Girls FestivalBelgiumGroup
2002National Women’s Conference 25th Anniversary ShowDallas, USGroup
2002The Guerrilla GirlsBilbao Arte Fundazioa Bilbao, SpainSolo
2002Feminism and Art: Selections from the permanent CollectionNational Museum of Women in the Arts Washington, DCGroup
2002Festival Internacional de Cine sobre Derechos HumanosSantiago, ChileGroup
2002Prophets of boomStaatlich Kunsthalle Baden, Baden, GermanyGroup
2002No Place Like Home: Graphics on the Crisis of Housing and HomelessnessCenter for the Study of Political Graphics, Watts Towers Art Center Los Angeles, CAGroup
2002What’s Your Problem? Graphic design with conscienceCenter Gallery, Fordham University New York, NYGroup
2001Image, Contemporary Art and IdeologyMuseum of Contemporary Art Barcelona, SpainGroup
2001PhenomANON: Two Decades of Ephemeral Urban Guerrilla ArtfareIndependent Media Center Seattle, WAGroup
2001The Path Of Resistance: MoMA meets Moderna 1960-2000Moderna Museet Stockholm, SwedenGroup
2000Girls on Politics: Posters By the Guerrilla GirlsThe Print Center Philadelphia, PAGroup
1999Billboard: Art on the RoadMASS MoCA North Adams, MAGroup
1998Urban EncountersNew Museum New York City, NYGroup
1997PUBLIC NOTICE: Art and Activist Posters 1951-1997Exit Art New York City, NYGroup
1996Thinking Print: Books to Billboards, 1980-95Museum of Modern Art New York City, NYGroup
1996A Candle in the Wilderness: Selections from the Permanent CollectionThe Richard F Brush Art Gallery & Permanent Collection at St Lawrence University Canton, NYGroup
1995Guerrilla Girls Bear AllPrinted Matter, New York City, NYSolo
1995Temporarily Possessed: The Semi-Permanent CollectionNew Museum New York City, NYGroup
1994Public DomainCentre d'Art Santa Monica Barcelona, SpainGroup
1994Bad Girls (Part 1)New Museum New York City, NYGroup
1994Guerrilla Girls Talk Back: The First Five Years, A Retrospective: 1985-1990East Fine Arts Gallery, Texas Women's University Denton, TXSolo
1994Outside the Frame: Performance and the Object, a Survey History of Performance Art in the USA since 1970Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art Cleveland, OHGroup
1993The Art of Attack: Social Commentary and Its EffectArmand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center Los Angeles, CAGroup
1992The Poster ShowBennington College, Bennington, VTSolo
1992The Guerrilla GirlsKunstforening Oslo, NorwaySolo
1992Where That Art IsBenefit Art Auction for Artpaper and Redeye, John Michael Kohler Arts Center Sheboygan, WIGroup
1992Public InterventionsICA Boston, MAGroup
1992Dirt and Domesticity: Constructions fo the FeminineWhitney Museum of American Art at Equitable Center New York City, NYGroup
1992Couleurs de l’argent (The Color of Money)Musee de la Poste Paris, FranceGroup
1992Courageous Voices: An International Poster Exhibition on Racism, Sexism and Human RightsCenter for Political Graphics, El Camino College Art Gallery Torrance, CAGroup
1991Now They're Trying to Censor Artbillboards all over New York City sponsored by Public Art FundGroup
1991Guerrilla Girls Talk Back: The First Five Years, A Retrospective: 1985-1990Falkirk Cultural Center San Rafael, CASolo
1991The Guerrilla GirlsFordham University New York City, NYSolo
1991No Laughing Matter: A traveling exhibitionIndependent Curators Incorporated USA and CanadaGroup
1991The Art of AdvocacyAldrich Museum Ridgefield, CTGroup
1991Documents of DissentThe New York Public Library New York City, NYGroup
1991Counter MediaKey Gallery Richmond, VAGroup
1991Images of LaborGallery 1199, Bread & Roses Cultural Project New York City, NYGroup
1991Burning in HellFranklin Furnace New York City, NYGroup
1991Transactions in the Post-Industrial EraSan Francisco Art Institute Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KSGroup
1990Image World: Art Media and CultureWhitney Museum of American Art New York City, NYGroup
1990Oh Those Four White Walls - The Gallery as ContextAtlanta College of Art Gallery Atlanta, GAGroup
1990The Decade Show: Frameworks of Identity in the 1980sStudio Museum of Harlem New York City, NYGroup
1990Women Working in Sciences, Arts and Other FieldsBasel, SwitzerlandGroup
1990Guerrilla Girls: Poster InstallationKulturhuset Stockholm, SwedenSolo
1989Guerrilla Girls Grace Wall Streetoutdoor installation, sponsored by Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, New York City, NYSolo
1989Desire of the Museum Whitney Museum BranchDowntown at Federal Reserve Plaza New York City, NYGroup
1989What Does She Want? - current feminist art from the First Bank CollectionFirst Bank Minneapolis, MNGroup
1988Unity: A Collaborative ProcessGoddard Riverside Community Center New York, NYGroup
1988All the News That's Fit to PrintAkron Art Museum Akron, OHGroup
1987Guerrilla Girls Review the WhitneyThe Clocktower New York City, NYSolo
1987Creative Time’s Art in the Anchorage 4: Guerrilla Girl RetrospectiveThe Anchorage Brooklyn, NYSolo
1985The Night the Palladium Apologized: An exhibit of 100 contemporary women artists curated by Guerrilla GirlsThe Palladium Dance Club New York City, NYGroup