Read My Lips

The First Retrospective of Gran Fury Reminds that Kissing Doesn’t Kill (Greed and Indifference Do) by Angela Leroux-Lindsey In November 1989, New York Archbishop John O’Connor opened...

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...

Avram Finkelstein: Artist

Throwing in With History In a new book, Avram Finkelstein discusses the history and future of AIDS & AIDS activism Text & Photos by Alina Oswald On...

The Beats that Echo Within Our Pulse: A World AIDS Day...

The Beats that Echo Within Our Pulse Eight artists (and one writer) reflect on World AIDS Day by Chael Needle When I think of World AIDS Day,...

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...

Carrie Moyer: Artist

Authentic Voice As She Preps for Her Inclusion in the 2017 Whitney Biennial, Carrie Moyer Reflects on Her Agitprop Activist Projects & the Power of...

Miguel Tío

The Light Within Painter Miguel Tió Talks with A&U’s Chael Needle About How Art Illuminates As a young art student, Miguel Tió dreamed of becoming a...

Alexey Kashpersky

HIV in 3D Alexey Kashpersky Creates a Microscopic Poetics of the Virus by Angela Leroux-Lindsey Alexey Kashpersky has always been fascinated by the small mechanisms that power...

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...

Bernard Perlin: Artist

Looking Beyond the Window of His Grief Author Michael Schreiber spins kindly happenstance into gold in his book on Bernard Perlin, safe-keeping the work and...

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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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