I love the way that a piece of art can be extremely controversial, meant to get the population talking about difficult, and sometimes explosive, subjects. One of my core beliefs is in equality, not only between men and women, but between all people, no matter their race, religion, or sexuality. The Guerrilla Girls' goal was to call attention to the underrepresented: female artists in the visual art world. I admire their willingness to go against the grain and shed light on the inequalities of the entertainment and arts industries.
This piece has degrading quotes about women said by famous men throughout history painted in a graffiti style.
This photo draws what the pay gap looks like on a $1 bill, giving everyone a visual representation of the issue instead of an ambiguous statistical one.