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Title: feminist art
Author: Ancares Ferreyra, Deborah
Tutor: Monfort i Coll, Aram  
Abstract: The issue of gender inequality in museum institutions represents a constant throughout the history of art. Beginning with the development of the second-generation feminist movement in the 1960s, this type of reality was the subject of public criticism. This work analyzes a feminist activist art group called Guerrilla Girls that focused its actions on denouncing discrimination against women artists. The character of the movement, its ideological bases and its objectives are explained based on its first performance in 1984 in New York. Guerrilla Girls has been an element of agitation in the art world from a feminist perspective, innovating with new forms of plastic expression of protest to the present day.
Keywords: feminism
gender studies
New York
Guerrilla Girls
social movement
Document type: info:eu-repo/semantics/bachelorThesis
Issue Date: 24-Jan-2024
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