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"Guerrilla Girls" Come to Fairfield University

Rarely-shown artwork by the ground-breaking annonymous activists.

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Fairfield, CT | Added on September 25, 2014 At 10:01 PM

Facts, humor, and fake fur.

That’s the motto of the artists being featured at the Walsh Gallery of Fairfield University. 

They’re a group of artists fighting for equality and social change. No one knows their names or even what they look like. But, their work – well that’s pretty recognizable.

"It's spelled guerrilla like "guerrilla war fare", and that's the original way they got their work out to the public. They would go out in the night in these masks and like guerrilla warfare [the observers] would wake up in the morning and pretty much be attacked," said Carey Weber of the Walsh Gallery.

This exhibition showcases some of their most recent work from the past decade.   Admission to the Thomas J. Walsh Art Gallery is free.  Hours are Tuesday – Saturday, 11 am – 5 pm.

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