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Hot Flashes from the Guerrilla Girls
Spring 2010

Hard to believe the Guerrilla Girls turn 25 this May! Some things have changed since we first donned our gorilla masks. For one thing, it's now a no-brainer that any history without the voices of women and people of color is incomplete. But there's still lots to do: there's a crushing glass ceiling in the world of museums, galleries and auction houses; Hollywood and the media still feed us updated versions of old claustrophobic stereotypes, served up by a mostly white male industry; pop culture assaults women from every direction with false, unattainable images of what we should be; and millions of women worldwide live without basic human rights.
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Upcoming tours and appearances
March 11 7 PM New Mexico State Univ at Las Cruces, Alma d"Arte Charter High School  Auditorium, 402 W Court St
March 16 7:30 PM Shippensburg Univ, Shippensburg PA, Memorial Auditorium
March 18 7 PM California Univ of Pennsylvania, California PA, Natali Student Center Performance Center, keynote, Conference on Arts and Activism
March 19  Creative and Performing Arts HS Pittsburgh, PA
March 25 6 PM Central Missouri State University, Warrensburg MO, Hendricks Hall, Center for Women's and Gender Studies 25th Anniversary
March 26 evening St. Louis University, MO


May 27, 2009 thru February 21, 2011 "elles@centrepompidou," First time a major museum has done a show devoted to women artists in its collection. Originally considered a "risk", the exhibition has broken records: one million people have seen it so far, a 21% increase in attendance. Centre Pompidou. Paris, France

January 28 thru March 20 "The Visible Vagina," Francis M. Naumann Fine Art, 24 West 57th Street, suite 305, New York, NY 10019

Disturbing the Peace
Disturbing the peace in Montreal
Check out our latest street project about hate speech against women through the ages, and see how you could bring it to your city

Kathe with Ingres at the Louvre
Invading the Louvre...and the Pompidou
We gave a talk at the Centre Pompidou on 6 February, and while we were in Paris, we went to visit Ingres' Grande Odalisque, which we appropriated years ago for our well known poster. Do Women Have to be Naked to Get Into the Met. Museum?

Hysteria Book
The Hysterical Herstory of Hysteria and How it Was Cured, from Ancient times Until Now
Check out our latest book, about how women's bodies have been treated over centuries, available soon.
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