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On February 16, 1990, the pop artist and activist died of AIDS-related complications.
Seven short plays were performed.
In an article titled “POZ Awards 2023: Winners,” the POZ editors compiled the winners, as voted on by readers, of the 8th Annual POZ Award...
Visual AIDS continues our tradition of mailing valentines to women and femmes living with HIV on the occasion of LOVE POSITIVE WOMEN 2024.
Artist in Residence Kia LaBeija presents “Photographs From Plague In The Shadows” at The Greene Space in New York City.
At “Postcards From the Edge,” you can bid online and in person on over 1,500 artworks by famous and emerging artists living with HIV.
The Visual AIDS program commissioned five short, HIV-themed videos that will premiere at museums and events for World AIDS Day.
To launch the HIV prevention campaign for LGBTQ and minority youth in Chicago, PrEP4Teens created a mural and held a mini-ball.
Jack Walls, the late Robert Mapplethorpe’s former boyfriend, reflects on his current life as an artist.
Actor and artist David Anzuelo kept his status a secret for over two decades.
“I can just visualize the potential social media posts making fun of something that is so important to our community.” [VIDEO]
Ashon T. Crawley’s “Homegoing” honors Black queer church musicians lost to AIDS. [VIDEOS]
You might also win $5,000 in the “Write It Out!” virtual program for people living with HIV, created by playwright Donja R. Love.
Visual AIDS invites artists and filmmakers to submit proposals for new video works evoking the emotional experience of living with HIV.
Two large exhibitions in Mexico City propose distinct visions of queer art.
Photographer and activist Lola Flash brings four decades of their work together in a new photo book.
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