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The Baltimore Museum of Art presents 30 years of protest posters by the Guerrilla Girls

The Baltimore Museum of Art is presenting Front Room: Guerrilla Girls, a selection of 48 works by the New York-based anonymous feminist collective known for using humor to confront sexism and racism in the art world. The works are drawn from their Portfolio Compleat?a compilation of nearly 90 projects undertaken by the group between 1985 and 2012 that was acquired by the BMA in 2015.
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