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Art to Fight AIDS
"IV Embrace: On Caregiving and Creativity" will feature Kathleen White's "The Spark Between L and D," and a presentation by Rafael Sanchez.
As part of our Print+ Editions, Visual AIDS works with contemporary artists to create limited edition, artist designed tote bags.
Raised in Corpus Christi, TX, resided in New York City, he was 60 years old.
In celebration of Pride 2016, YUASA created a limited edition printed boxer collaboration.
Visual AIDS invites curators to submit a proposal for our annual one-month exhibition, to take place in Summer/Fall 2017.
Visual AIDS expresses solidarity and support for our various communities, particularly LGBT queer communities of color, at this tragic time.
Frank Wagner, an independent curator who organized shows for over three decades, passed away on Wednesday, June 1, at the age of 58.
An exhibition curated by Sam Gordon for Visual AIDS
This year's Visual AIDS Vanguard Awards recognized the achievements of artists Gregg Bordowitz, Glenn Ligon, and Jessica Whitbread.
Visual AIDS interviews Pamela Sneed about the art and activism of VAVA honoree Gregg Bordowitz.
Visual AIDS interviews Artist+ Member Stephen Andrews about his longtime friend and VAVA honoree Glenn Ligon.
Visual AIDS interviews Artist+ Member Kia Labeija about the art and activism of VAVA honoree Jessica Whitbread.
The human rights of all women are erased when their contributions are not considered as ones worth supporting.
Our Viral Lives creator Kyle Bella shares a call for his new project, an opportunity to reflect on artists who have been lost to AIDS
Angela Bailey interviews Vladimir Cajkovac about his exhibition "AIDS–Based on A True Story."
Curatorial Resident Ajamu photographed 14 young activists of color and interviewed them about art, activism and objects important to them.
The degree to which we fly all over the planet fighting AIDS has a direct impact on the planet itself.
“Isn’t this one of the biggest tragedies of the 1980/90s? The black hole of artist potential.”