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York City, NY "What Does She Want?," First Banks, Minneapolis

1988 "Unity: A Collaborative Process," Goddard, Riverside NYC "All the News That's Fit to Print," Akron Art Museum, OH "The Print Club," Philadelphia

1987 "Guerrilla Girls Review the Whitney," The Clocktower, NYC "Guerrilla Girl Retrospective Art in the Anchorage," sponsored by Creative Time, Inc.

1985 "The Night the Palladium Apologized," an exhibit of 100 contemporary women artists, curated by Guerrilla Girls at the NYC nightclub

AWARDS Frank Jewett Mather Award for Art Criticism from the College Art Association,

2004 Named to the New York Public Libary's “Best Books for the Teen Age List,” 2004 Named one of the "I.D. Top Forty Socially Conscious Designers in the U.S." by I.D. magazine, 2001 "Art is a Hammer Awards," Center for the Study of Political Graphics, Los Angeles, 2001 New York Librarians Award for Bedside book, 1999 Named to the New York Public Libary's “Best Books for the Teen Age List,” 1998 "Courageous Resister Award," Refuse and Resist, New York City, NY, 1996 "The 1995 Emily Toth Award for the best single-author feminist study of popular culture and American Culture," Louisiana State University, 1995 "Seven Wise Women Awards," Center for Policy Studies, Washington DC, 1993

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