<body> Public Ad Campaign: Guerrilla Girls Target MoMA Trustees With Ties to Jeffrey Epstein in an Ad Takeover
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Thursday, November 14, 2019

Guerrilla Girls Target MoMA Trustees With Ties to Jeffrey Epstein in an Ad Takeover

VIA: Hyperallergic
“Advice to the Museum of Modern Art about BIG donors with BIG ties to Jeffery Epstein,” reads a poster that appeared on a phone booth across the street from the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in Manhattan this past weekend. It continued: “MoMA should Kick Leon Black & Glenn Dubin off its Board immediately, drape the Black and Dubin Galleries in black, & put up wall labels explaining why.” The ad is signed by the veteran activist group Guerrilla Girls, who added their signature gorilla mask logo at the bottom of the poster. “The Guerrilla Girls volunteer to help write those labels,” the group adds. More [HERE]

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