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Alternate Endings

Posted on December 14, 2014 by in Features

Alternate Endings Visual AIDS marks the twenty-fifty anniversary of Day With(out) Art by Alina Oswald buy xanax online without prescriptionIf art were a person, she—yes, she—would be a historian, documenting not only our desires and fantasies, but also the part of history usually left untold. And when it comes to documenting the history of AIDS, [...]

Read My Lips

Posted on April 29, 2012 by in Gallery

The First Retrospective of Gran Fury Reminds that Kissing Doesn’t Kill (Greed and Indifference Do) by Angela Leroux-Lindsey In November 1989, New York Archbishop John O’Connor opened the first Vatican conference on AIDS by declaring “The truth is not in condoms or clean needles. These are lies…good morality is good medicine.” An incendiary statement: implicit in [...]

The End Was Near

Posted on March 21, 2012 by in Gallery

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 at nostalgia for the 1980s: “We had, like, Reagan and AIDS.” The line was meant as a joke, though for many sick and dying Reagan’s lack of response to [...]

Staying Connected

Posted on July 25, 2011 by in Gallery

Curator John Chaich and Visual AIDS team up together in the show Mixed Messages to remind us that apathy is no cure for aids by Lester Strong The use of text as visual art has a distinguished past: Hebrew and Islamic art, medieval illuminated manuscripts, post-World War I Russian Constructivism are a few examples that [...]