Louis Fulgoni was a graphic artist, print-maker, painter, and sculptor. His elegant and loose works often incorporated many themes, from landscapes to political and social commentary to erotic portraiture. After learning that he was HIV-positive at the height of the AIDS crisis, Fulgoni's work became increasingly more political and personal.
Fulgoni passed away in 1989 after battling complications with AIDS, but his large body of work remains as a testament to his skill and devotion as an artist and activist.
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