Dudley Saunders: Artist

The Things We Left Behind With “In These Boxes,” performance artist Dudley Saunders uses objects to bring back lives cut short by Larry Buhl The things we...

The End Was Near

MCA Chicago’s “This Will Have Been” Revisits the Political Urgency of the 1980s by Larry Buhl In the 2010 film Hot Tub Time Machine, one character scoffs...

Graphic Gift

The Wolfsonian–Florida International University (FIU) in Miami Beach, Florida, is the recipient of a recent donation of over 3,600 AIDS-themed posters created between 1985...

Lifting the Veil

A New Exhibit Proves It Takes at Least Two to Play Hide and Seek by Chael Needle There’s a danger that “Hide/Seek: Difference and Desire in...

Miguel Tío

The Light Within Painter Miguel Tió Talks with A&U’s Chael Needle About How Art Illuminates As a young art student, Miguel Tió dreamed of becoming a...

Curtis Carman

Defying Conformity With His Unconventional Artistry, Curtis Carman Makes a Statement and Makes Us Laugh by Chip Alfred Curtis Carman is a man of many talents—a sculptor,...

George Dinhaupt

Saints and Sinners Photographer George Dinhaupt Explores the Beauty and Importance of Human Diversity by Brent Calderwood Born in Los Angeles, George Dinhaupt has been exhibiting his...

Cameron Wolf

Transcendent Beauty Imbued with Asian mythology, the photographs of Cameron Wolf embrace a Thai community’s creative response to HIV/AIDS by Sean Black Fourteen years after A&U first featured...

We Are Still Here!

GMHC’s “Art & AIDS: 30 Years” Celebrates the Power of Art in the Epidemic by Angela Leroux-Lindsey On the eve of World AIDS Day, the Leslie/Lohman...

David Binder

In 1988, photographer and filmmaker David Binder began documenting Gail Farrow's life and her family's process of coming to terms with her imminent death....

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