Aspen Public Radio: The Guerrilla Girls Talk Art, Activism Ahead Of Anderson Ranch Visit

July 12, 2021

Posted In: Press, Press Highlight

The Guerrilla Girls have been calling out sexism and racism in the art world since 1985. They wear gorilla masks to conceal their identities, and their founding members go by the aliases Frida Kahlo and Käthe Kollwitz.

This week, the pair will be at Anderson Ranch Arts Center hosting a workshop and lecture as part of the organization’s Recognition Week. Arts and culture reporter Kirsten Dobroth spoke to Kahlo and Kollwitz ahead of the event.

Click here to listen to the full interview with Aspen Public Radio.

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