October 2016



Visual AIDS Recommends
4:30pm–6:30pm
John Jay College of Criminal Justice, NYC
In this public conversation, Alexandra Juhasz and Theodore Kerr explore the dominance of white gay men as the main subjects and makers of AIDS-related culture that gets made and circulated about the ongoing epidemic. Examples include: Dallas Buyers Club, How...
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Visual AIDS Recommends
Thu, October 6 –
Sat, November 19

Lost and Found: Event Series

Danspace Project: Platform 2016, NYC
Danspace Projects presents PLATFORM 2016: Lost and Found will include over 50 artists that will participate in twenty-eight events during this multi-week series of programming that will examine the impact of AIDS on generations of artists.  “Platform 2016: Lost and...
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November 2016



Panel Discussion
6:30pm–8:30pm
Danspace Project: Platform 2016
This evening with Jawanza James Williams, Theodore Kerr, Kenyon Farrow, Robert Sember, and iele paloumpis will focus on the work of current activists and will attempt to articulate and historicize contemporary issues related to HIV/AIDS. We aim...
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Visual AIDS Event
Tue

15

6:00pm–10:00pm
Danspace Project
Historically, the Memory Palace is a technique of memory recall often used by ancient Greek poets. By committing a location to memory, a poet could take an imaginary “walk” through this location, thereby recalling people, faces, events, and other memorial...
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Visual AIDS Exhibition , Visual AIDS Event
Thu, November 17 –
Sat, December 10

Everyday

La Mama Galleria
Curated by Jean Carlomusto, Alexandra Juhasz and Hugh Ryan, "Everyday" explores the AIDS crisis (historically and currently) through the lens of art work that looks at and evidences daily experiences & practices in response to HIV/AIDS.  Opening Reception:...
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December 2016



Visual AIDS Recommends, Exhibition
Thu, December 1 –
Sun, April 2

Art AIDS America: Chicago

Alphawood Gallery, Chicago
This groundbreaking exhibition underscores the deep and unforgettable presence of HIV in American art. It introduces and explores the whole spectrum of artistic responses to AIDS, from the politically outspoken to the quietly mournful, surveying works from the early 198...
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January 2017



Exhibition
Thu, January 26 –
Sun, April 2

One day this kid will get larger

DePaul Art Museum
A group exhibition of emerging contemporary artists who address the ongoing HIV/AIDS pandemic in North America through the lens of childhood, education, popular culture and race.This exhibition is guest-curated by Danny Orendorff and is presented concurrently with the...
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