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The Rubin Research

Since 1985 the Guerrilla Girls have been committed to bringing into focus how racial and gender inequality impact which artworks are exhibited, circulated, and supported. Join 2018 Rubin Museum Fellow Chitra Ganesh and the Guerrilla Girls for a discussion about how individuals, working with or within institutions, can take responsibility as we move into a new cultural era.

This discussion is especially relevant as we live through a moment when institutions across the board, from the White House to the media, are being called on to take responsibility for longstanding, willful neglect and abuses of power within their fields, especially among allegations of sexual harassment and inappropriate conduct.

This program is made possible by Rasika and Girish Reddy, Manoj and Rita Singh, and the Akhoury Foundation.


Image Credits
Chitra Ganesh (b. 1975, Brooklyn, NY); Rainbow Body (still); 2018; digital animation; courtesy of the artist
Guerrilla Girls at the Abrons Art Center, 2015. Photo © Andrew Hinderaker

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