Photocopies of promotional 'advertisements' or 'information pieces' by Fanny Adams featured in various art magazines. Comprises:
* Photocopy of bibliography produced by Fanny Adams with slogan 'puts you in the picture', titled 'Fanny Moments in the Press: Fanny's artworks / information pieces can be found in the following publications'
* Photocopy of article from The Guardian, 5 Aug 1992, 'Playing to the gallery' by Genevieve Fox: outlines Fanny Adams' media campaign and the reactions of the art world
* Photocopy of 2 information pieces from Art Monthly, Feb 1992, lists individuals and galleries under the title 'Outed' and 'In', with the slogan: 'These galleries showed less than 15% women artists or none at all, in 1991'.
* Photocopy of information piece with two columns titled 'In' and 'Outed' with individuals and galleries listed beneath, and slogan: 'These galleries showed less than 15% women artists or none at all, in 1991'.
* Photocopy of information piece in Art Monthly: lists individuals and galleries under caption 'Outed', 'These galleries showed less than 15% women artists, or none at all, in 1991'.
* Information piece from The Artists Newsletter, Mar 1992: 'In 1991 83% of solo shows went to male artists'
* Photocopy of information piece from Freize, Issue 9, Mar - Apr 1993: 'These two think men should be well hung' with photographs of Nicholas Serota [Director of Tate Gallery 1988-fl. 2007] and Norman Rosenthal [Exhibitions Secretary at the Royal Academy of Art 1977] with the statistics '93%' and '95%' 'solo shows by male artists 1987-1992'
* Photocopy of information piece in Artists Newsletter, Mar 1992: 'In 1991 84% of solo shows went to male artists'
* Photocopy of front cover of Women's Art magazine, May / Jun 1992: 'We do the best we can without being silly about it (Editor, Modern Painters)', 'Last year 19% of reviews in British art magazines went to women artists. How silly can you get?'
* Photocopy of information piece in Art Monthly, Jun 1993: 'Are you suffering from memory loss? Thousands have found relief with Fanny Adams - the simple remedy to restore credibility'
* Photocopy of nomination form produced by Fanny Adams: 'Fanny Adams invites you to nominate a woman for the Turner prize 1992.'
* Photocopy of information piece in Everybody magazine, Apr 1993: mock wedding invitation of Grenville Davey and Fanny Adams at the 'Big British Art Institution', with caption; 'If you can't beat them, marry them'