Darcy Padilla

Heartbreak & Humanity Photographer Darcy Padilla Addresses the Complexities of Poverty and the Difficult Task of Documenting Pain by Sean Black It was February 28, 1993, and...

Steed Taylor

An Artist's Journey Prolific Artist and Long-Term AIDS Survivor Steed Taylor Opens Up About His Body of Work, and How Spirituality and Helping Others Have...

Richard Haines

Art Belongs to Us Fashion Blogger Richard Haines Talks to Lester Strong About the Consolations of Beauty and Art in the Age of AIDS artist’s time,...

Linda Stein: Artist

Compassionate Knights Painting, drawing, assemblage and construction, collage, sculpture, jewelry, digital prints, even calligraphy—the art of New York City-based Linda Stein encompasses many genres and...

Doug Meyer: Artist

Not a Silent Witness Artist, Designer Doug Meyer’s Heroes: A Tribute pays homage to artists lost to AIDS by Hank Trout "As I get older, I find...

Art AIDS America: Gallery

Taboo Art Art AIDS America touches the art world's third rail by Larry Buhl The curators of Art AIDS America, which opened with a sneak preview in...

Frank Moore

Let It Shine Angela Leroux-Lindsey explores the long-lasting effects of Frank Moore’s toxic beauty From the moment of his HIV diagnosis, Frank Moore’s painting became an...

Jim Wigler: Artist

The Lost Faces of AIDS Photographer Jim Wigler’s Lost Portraits of the AIDS Generation Still Haunt by Hank Trout In 1986, as the AIDS epidemic claimed life...

Diane Sciarretta & Bodyscapes: Artist

Body Art Art Educator Diane Sciarretta Offers Healing Workshops to Those Living with HIV and Other Illnesses & Traumas by Chael Needle On a blustery April evening...

David Zaintz: Artist

Local Treasure Artist David Zaintz Talks About Making Paintings and Confronting AIDS in the Desert Southwest by Lester Strong Disc jockey, masseur, graphic and interior designer, artists’...

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