Kelly L. Taylor: Artist

The Risk of Difference Artist Kelly L. Taylor creates unexpected communities by Chael Needle We expect artists to take risks in their work, but society forgets (or...

We Are Still Here!

GMHC’s “Art & AIDS: 30 Years” Celebrates the Power of Art in the Epidemic by Angela Leroux-Lindsey On the eve of World AIDS Day, the Leslie/Lohman...

Steed Taylor: Artist

Artist Steed Taylor has long been tying communities together with public art in the form of his Road Tattoos. Streets in Chicago, Washington, D.C.,...

Talking Pictures

The Museum of Design Atlanta Brings Writers and Graphic Artists Together for AIDS Awareness by Brent Calderwood Graphic Intervention: 25 Years of International AIDS Awareness Posters 1985–2010...

Benjamin Fredrickson: Artist

The Beauty of It All Photographer Benjamin Fredrickson uses his images and also his life story to help break down AIDS -related stigma by Alina Oswald "I...

Saul Bromberger & Sandra Hoover: Artists

Portrait of the AIDS Generation The Work in Progress of Photographers Saul Bromberger and Sandra Hoover Documents Both Positive and Negative Long-Term AIDS Survivors by Hank...

David Hilliard: Artist

Strong at the Broken Places Photographer David Hilliard Draws on Personal History to Create Panoramas of Possibility by Lester Strong Glance at the photography of David Hilliard...

Lifting the Veil

A New Exhibit Proves It Takes at Least Two to Play Hide and Seek by Chael Needle There’s a danger that “Hide/Seek: Difference and Desire in...

Lola Flash: Artist

Painting a Different Picture Lola Flash Talks About Confronting Ignorance, Bigotry & Cultural Erasure with Her Camera by Lester Strong Photographer Lola Flash has been called an...

Hugh Steers: Artist

Gorgeous Bleakness: Beauty in the Most Brutal Forms American figurative painter Hugh Steers lures us back to a desperate time through his arresting, full-color imagery...

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Maid Service: Review

Maid Service by John Whittier Treat JMS Books Reviewed by Chael Needle In the mid-eighties, 1985 or 1986, but perhaps slightly earlier, my brother Doug’s friend Glenn traveled...

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