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A Strange State of Being Artist Hugh Steers Rendered the Anguish, Alienation & Activism Prompted by HIV/AIDS by Hank Trout From now through April 3, 2021, Alexander...

Francesco Di Benedetto: Gallery

And So It Happened A Photo Project by Francesco Di Benedetto Explores the Liberatory Potential of U=U & PrEP by Chael Needle A new photo book, And...

Robert Siegelman: Artist

The Model and the Photographer Artist Robert Siegelman Explores the Personal and the Political by Chael Needle As the COVID-19 pandemic persists, artist Robert Siegelman has shifted...

To Heal the World

To Heal the World In the Age of AIDS and COVID-19, What Art Has to Offer in Coping with Illness, Death, and Grief by Lester Strong Illness,...

Hugh Elliott: Artist

What Is Possible Hugh Elliott taps into the therapeutic aspect of creativity by Chael Needle Anyone familiar with The AIDS Memorial on Instagram (@theaidsmemorial) may be familiar...

Donald Tarantino: Artist

The Strength to Create Artist Donald Tarantino Explored Architecture and Mortality by Chael Needle A new book, Architecture and Mortality, introduces the work of late artist and...

Lester Blum & Vladimir Rios: “I Still Remember” Film

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Steven F. Dansky: Artist & Activist

History Is the Art of Memory Steven F. Dansky Talks with A&U’s Hank Trout About Documenting Advocacy From the earliest days of the Gay Liberation Front...

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