The group gradually widened their focus, tackling issues of racial discrimination in the art world and also made more direct, politicised interventions. To date they have produced more than ninety posters, three books, numerous stickers and other printed projects and have undertaken actions about discrimination in art, film and politics. They pasted up their first posters on SoHo streets in the middle of the night. Part of Guerrilla Girls Talk Back. On display at Tate Modern part of Media Networks. They fly-posted their first posters overnight in the fashionable New York art district of SoHo, and have also displayed their work as advertisements on city buses.