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Art to Fight AIDS
Artist and educator Camilo Godoy explores the self-portraits of artists living with HIV in Visual AIDS’ April web gallery.
Visual AIDS’ March Web Gallery is curated by the nephew of Gustavo Ojeda, an artist who died from AIDS-related complications in 1989.
The featured gallery for February explores how HIV can redefine love and grace, awaken purpose and courage, and forge communities.
If you are a woman/femme living with HIV, you can request a handmade card be sent to you on Valentine’s Day.
Louie Ortiz-Fonseca compiles a series of images by Visual AIDS artists members who invite us into a memory or moment.
The approach for the December web gallery was to intentionally center BIPOC artists from the Visual AIDS Artist registry.
Curators from Pratt’s MFA graduate program present a collection of works by fifteen artists in the November web gallery on Visual AIDS.
Visual AIDS pays tribute to the brilliant artist, poet and performer.
Trans Latina writer, artist and organizer Sebastián Castro Niculescu explores the elements in the November web gallery on Visual AIDS.
Visual AIDS showcases art produced in response to the ongoing pandemic in its September web gallery.
Three new fashion collections support the work of HIV-positive artists.
Visual AIDS stands in solidarity with those standing up against police violence and a system that diminishes the value of Black life.
In 1988, he cofounded the organization with three others.
Visual AIDS invites artists to submit proposals for new video works to be produced and distributed to over 100 venues worldwide in 2021.
Are you a woman living with HIV who would like to receive a handmade card on Valentine’s Day for LOVE POSITIVE WOMEN?
Watch a video compilation of nine artists and activists who use the camera as a way to reflect upon HIV/AIDS.
Visual AIDS Artist Member Orlando Ferrand revisits his public presentation and communal mass for Keith Haring during Bronx Stories.
“I wanted to take the notions of AIDS out of the past, out of the archive.”
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