Michael Johnstone & David Faulk (Mrs. Vera): Artists

Picture This With the help of his partner and subject, a San Francisco photographer commemorates the colorful lives of friends lost to AIDS by Chip Alfred When...

Bearing Witness

Documenting Thirty Years of AIDS, Art Creates a Different Kind of History by Chip Alfred It was the summer of 1981. After several reported cases of...

Sam Shahid: Artist

And the Band Was Playing a Gay Tune Photographer Sam Shahid promotes pride & positivity in a new book benefitting HIV/AIDS service organization ACRIA by Michael...

Duane Michals: Artist

Asking the Hard Questions Through his photography Duane Michals explores the great themes and problematics of human life by Lester Strong When I was first introduced a...

Edo Zollo/Stand Tall get Snapped

How You Connect Photographer Edo Zollo talks with A&U’s Chael Needle about documenting the diversity of living with HIV/AIDS *** Thirty portraits of thirty people living with...

Eric Tenorio: Artist

Additive Color Through provocatively staged, mostly boudoir tableaux awash in melding jewel-toned shards, young photographer Eric Tenorio refracts the complexity of life experience and our...

Graphic Gift

The Wolfsonian–Florida International University (FIU) in Miami Beach, Florida, is the recipient of a recent donation of over 3,600 AIDS-themed posters created between 1985...

Carmine Santaniello: Artist

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...

Terrence Gore: Artist

Beyond Barriers Diagnosed With HIV and a Rare Brain Disease Twelve Years Ago, He Was Given Thirty Days to Live. Now, Terrence Gore is Defying Limitations...

Martin Wong: Artist

Human Instamatic Martin Wong Created Eclectic, Gritty, Mythic Queer Art by Hank Trout Walking through the exhibit “Martin Wong: Human Instamatic” at the Berkeley Art Museum and...

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