Terrence Gore: Artist

Beyond Barriers Diagnosed With HIV and a Rare Brain Disease Twelve Years Ago, He Was Given Thirty Days to Live. Now, Terrence Gore is Defying Limitations...

Kurt Weston: Artist

Metamorphoses Award-winning fine art photographer Kurt Weston uses art as a “trans-portal” between a pre-AIDS past and a post-AIDS future by Alina Oswald A generation unaware of...

Positive Pictures

Positive Pictures Paul Schulz & Christian Lütjens Help Us Visualize Gay Male History by Chael Needle Positive Pictures: A Gay History (Bruno Gmünder) assembles an archive...

Bill Bytsura: Artist

Retooling the Fight In his upcoming coffee-table book, photographer Bill Bytsura captures a portrait of early AIDS activism, offering a candid visual memoir of the...

Well Beyond HIV

by Alina Oswald Ask anybody over a certain age, and they’ll tell you that getting old is not easy, especially when living in a society...

Grahame Perry: Artist

Materials of Survival Photographer Grahame Perry blends portraiture and pop art to convey the weight and exuberance of living long-term with HIV by Brent Calderwood In honor...

Hector Toscano: Artist

Art, AIDS & Arbors Visual artist Hector Toscano talks about HIV and other sources of information, new artwork & life goals by Alina Oswald in the middle...

Jim Wigler: Artist

The Lost Faces of AIDS Photographer Jim Wigler’s Lost Portraits of the AIDS Generation Still Haunt by Hank Trout In 1986, as the AIDS epidemic claimed life...

Saul Bromberger & Sandra Hoover: Artists

Portrait of the AIDS Generation The Work in Progress of Photographers Saul Bromberger and Sandra Hoover Documents Both Positive and Negative Long-Term AIDS Survivors by Hank...

Queer Threads

Positive Threads Artists Allyson Mitchell, Jessica Whitbread and L.J. Roberts use art & activism to start a new dialogue about all self-identified women, their sexuality...

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Let’s Talk About PrEP

On July 27, 2018, Chicago’s Howard Brown Health unveiled a new song and music video, “Let’s Talk About PrEP,” intended to spread awareness about...