For the second time, the Guerrilla Girls will occupy the space of mfc-michèle didier in Paris
Since 1985, the Guerrilla Girls have been denouncing a series of behaviours that take place in the art world and which concern sexist and racial discrimination, as well as a series of practices tied to corruption and more generally to politics.
The Guerrilla Girls will be showing at mfc-michèle didier their latest filmed actions, along with their related posters.
The complete set entitled, “Guerrilla Girls Forever: Poster Suite 2017-2021,” includes the following twelve posters:
As mulheres precisam estar nuas para entrar no Museu de Arte de São Paulo?, 2017
Las Mujeres Artistas en Ecuador están en la lona, 2017
Dear Boss, No Wonder You Don’t Pay Us a Living Wage, 2018
If You Keep Women Out They Get Resentful, 2018
Nach 96 jahren entdeckt die Kestner künstlerinnen!, 2018
3 Ways to Write a Wall Label When the Artist Is a Sexual Predator, 2018
Don’t Stereotype Me, Malayalam, 2018
Guerrilla Girls’ Code of Ethics for Art Museums Monument, 2019
MoMA Loves DaDA Not MaMA, 2019
Jeffrey Epstein, Leon Black and MoMA, 2019
Hollywood Is Still Worse Than the U.S. Senate, 2019
Are there more Naked Women than Women Artists in Art Museums, 2021
"Your assignment is to think of something you really want to complain about. Then, communicate your message in a unique, creative way.” – Kathe Kollwitz and Frida Kahlo
The Guerrilla Girls will also activate, for the first time in France, a Complaints Department which they have translated as Département des plaintes, Bienvenue à Toutes et à Tous. The Département des plaintes is a device designed to collect complaints and protests in a free and anonymous manner.
The public is invited to write down their grievances on paper and post them on the gallery walls. Rather than confining themselves to their own claims and observations, the Guerrilla Girls leave room here for the construction of a collective protest space. All the data collected will then be archived and processed by the Guerrilla Girls.
From September 4th to October 9th 2021, don't hesitate to come and complain under the banner named Département des plaintes.
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