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The Guerrilla Girls raise questions about diversity in European museums for their latest campaign

For over three decades the Guerrilla Girls have been exposing and challenging sexism and racism in the visual arts, politics and culture at large, and now for the first time the anonymous feminist activist group revisit their 1986 campaign ?It?s Even Worse in Europe?. In the summer of 2016, the Guerrilla Girls wrote to 383 European museum directors, inviting them to respond to fourteen questions about diversity.
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