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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 [...]


Posted on April 25, 2015 by in Noteworthy

VAVA VOOM VAVA VOOM, the 10th Annual Visual AIDS Vanguard Awards & Spring Gala, will celebrate “individuals who reinforce the mission of Visual AIDS by strengthening the cultural history of art activism and AIDS advocacy.” The honorees include Julie Ault, an artist, curator, writer, and editor who cofounded the New York City-based collaborative Group Material; [...]

Love Positive Women

Posted on March 9, 2015 by in Features

The Power of Love Artist & activist Jessica Whitbread and Visual AIDS discuss their collaboration in making the Love Positive Women project a global holiday celebrating HIV-positive women around the world by Alina Oswald Love knows no boundaries, or so they say, and it might just be true. Many people tend to offer (more) love, [...]

Tomorrow People

Posted on December 15, 2014 by in Columns, Frontdesk

Frontdesk by David Waggoner Tomorrow People December 1 marks the twenty-sixth anniversary of World AIDS Day and the twenty-fifth anniversary of Day With(out) Art. As much as these commemorative days honor those we have lost in the fight, they also shine a spotlight on the present moment. What will we do today to secure access [...]

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 If 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, maybe there’s no better [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

Carmine Santaniello

Posted on February 12, 2014 by in Gallery

The Test of Time A conversation with New York City-based artist Carmine Santaniello about surviving the AIDS crisis, and creating art that helps today’s youth to Play Smart and be in the know about AIDS and practicing safer sex by Alina Oswald There’s often a process of self-discovery associated with looking at a work of [...]

Ronnie Queenan

Posted on November 7, 2013 by in Gallery

Awaken On a Journey of Self-Acceptance, Artist Ronnie Queenan Uses Paint & Brush to Create Healing Art & Talk About HIV/AIDS by Alina Oswald Ever since he was a kid, Ronnie Queenan has admired other people’s art. At the age of fifteen, he became interested in abstract—then called modern—art. Yet, he never desired to be [...]