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Kia Labeija

Posted on May 1, 2015 by in Gallery

Kwan’s Song & the Allure of Immortality Photographer, performance and installation artist Kia Labeija makes lasting remembrances of her mother Kwan while unmasking her own truth of living with HIV by Sean Black buy xanax online without prescription“He has [CLAP!] kept me alive,” describes native New Yorker and multidisciplinary artist Kia Labeija during our interview [...]

Richard Vechi

Posted on March 12, 2015 by in Gallery

Different Blessings With wit and passion, artist Richard Vechi explores sexuality, faith and living as a long-term survivor by Lester Strong Photography, painting, videos, constructions, installations—New Jersey-based Richard Vechi has produced work in a number of media, bringing to his art an imaginative vision that is at once witty, sexy, and provocative. “My art is [...]

Well Beyond HIV

Posted on February 9, 2015 by in Gallery

Well Beyond HIV A new traveling exhibit focuses on the graying population living with HIV, sketching out a possible image of the next phase of the AIDS pandemic 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 that glorifies [...]

Bill Bytsura

Posted on January 20, 2015 by in Gallery

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 epidemic—and a blueprint for continuing the fight by Alina Oswald Extraordinary circumstances call for extraordinary actions, and for people willing to go to the extremes in order to act in [...]

Eric Rhein

Posted on December 12, 2014 by in Gallery

Possibilities of Transcendence Multidimensional artist Eric Rhein talks about the impact that HIV/AIDS has had on his life and his work as he preps a mid-career exhibition, “The Course of My Life” by Sean Black It is important for artist Eric Rhein to communicate the essence of his intricate artwork as precisely as he crafts [...]

Visual AIDS Benefit Prints

Posted on November 26, 2014 by in Gallery

Gifts to Be Given Artists Deborah Kass, Philip Taaffe and Glenn Ligon donate their artwork to Visual AIDS to be included in a brand new Benefit Print Edition fundraising project by Alina Oswald In the end, we may all want world peace, to borrow a line from Miss Congeniality, but maybe a world without AIDS [...]

Kurt Weston

Posted on October 28, 2014 by in Gallery

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 a time without AIDS may find it difficult to imagine what life was like before the cataclysm of AIDS. In the same time, it may find it easier [...]

Urban Theater

Posted on October 7, 2014 by in Gallery

All New York Is a Stage An Exhibition & Book Explores 1980s New York as Theater, When Artists Grappled with New Media, New Fame, and the First Wave of the AIDS Epidemic by John Eimicke The art of the 1980s made drastic jumps from the previous eras. The tempest of social change was a perfect [...]

Jesse Finley Reed

Posted on September 5, 2014 by in Gallery

Bleakness & Becoming Jesse Finley Reed Explores Sexuality & Empowerment in the Age of AIDS by Stevie St. John When his lifelong physician grew serious and addressed him as “Mr. Reed,” Jesse Finley Reed was unsettled. Then the doctor asked Reed if he were a homosexual. It was 1993, two years before protease inhibitors would [...]

Ephemera as Evidence

Posted on August 1, 2014 by in Gallery

Ephemera as Evidence A new Visual AIDS show explores the legacy of AIDS by Alina Oswald In recent history, the AIDS pandemic has prominently highlighted our…limitations, as humans, when facing the disease, bringing home the realization of our mortality and the loss associated with it. Maybe most importantly, when it comes to HIV/AIDS, this loss [...]