"How can museums present the art of our time without including all the voices of our culture?" one of Guerrilla Girl's founding members, who goes by the name "Frida Kahlo," told NBC News. "When museums and galleries show mostly white males and not enough of everyone else, they're exhibiting the history of power — not the history of art. The Guerrilla Girls Twin Cities Takeover is an outpouring of art about social and political issues of all kinds, an unprecedented coming-together of artists, galleries, schools and museums."Guerrilla Girls Spotlight Art by Women, People of Color in Twin Cities Takeover - NBC News
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Guerrilla Girls Spotlight Art by Women, People of Color in Twin Cities Takeover - NBC News
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