Date

June 1–June 30, 2013

Price

Free

Type of event

Visual AIDS Event
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NOT OVER: 25 Years of Visual AIDS looks back at the history of Visual AIDS and contemporary AIDS politics to create a glimpse into a quarter century of AIDS, art and activism. Curators Kris Nuzzi and Sur Rodney (Sur) link artists of a generation born after 1970 to an earlier generation of artists that were active in the 1980s.

By creating these layered connections and presenting artwork by both historical and contemporary artists, the exhibition aims to add to the ongoing dialogue and position the work within a layered timeline of AIDS, art and culture, using art as a means to educate, encourage discussion and inform that AIDS IS NOT OVER.

Opening Reception: Saturday, June 1, 6-9 PM

Artists include: Albert J. Winn, Aldrin Valdez, Andreas Senser (1942-1989), Arch Connelly (1950-1993), Barton Lidice Benes (1942-2012), Bern Boyle (1951-1992), Bizzy and Devon Gallegos, Brian Weil (1951-1999), Camilo Godoy, Carlo Quispe, Charlie Ahearn, Chloe Dzubilo (1960-2011), Charles Ryan, Copy Berg (1951-1999), Daniel McKernan, Edith Alverez, Eric Rhein, Ethan Shoshan, Frank Moore (1953-2002), Harvey Weiss and Marc Happel, Derek Jackson and Hi Tiger, Hugh Steers (1963-1995), Hunter Reynolds, Hayat Hyatt, J. Morrison, Jack Waters and Peter Cramer, John Sex (1956-1990), Karen Finley, Kate Huh, L.J. Roberts, Martin Wong (1946-1999), Michael Slocum (1956-1995), Nancer LeMoins, Nicholas Moufarrege (1948-1985), Pato Hebert, Rafael Sánchez, Rebekah Dewald and Demetrea Dewald, Ryan Conrad, Ted Kerr, Tim Greathouse (1950-1998) and Vincent Chevalier.

Reviews:

NOT OVER: 25 Years of Visual AIDS, Holland Cotter, New York Times

What Is Lost and What Remains at ‘Not Over: 25 Years of Visual AIDS’, Emily Colucci, Filthy Dreams

AIDS IS NOT OVER, Interview with Kris Nuzzi and Sur Rodney (Sur), Art Intelligence


Top image:
VINCENT CHEVALIER, "So...When did you figure out that you had AIDS?", 2010


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