Pandemic: Imaging AIDS
An exhibition on the global AIDS crisis

Pandemic:Imaging AIDS presents stories of women and men around the world who live with the disease that has defined the last quarter century. The goal of the project is to create greater awareness and understanding of HIV/AIDS and the challenges we must face in combating its spread. The exhibition not only illuminates the struggle, the tragedies, and triumphs against the epidemic, it will also reveal the range of responses to a disease that has thoroughly altered the way we look at life, the body, and personal relationships.

From documentary to artistic to political, the 124 works by 100 international artists representing fifty countries presented in this exhibition memorializes the unfathomable loss to the disease, yet also records how imaging AIDS has also galvanized change and provided both information and sustenance in the face of tragedy.

available for domestic and international tour

Number of works: 124, to occupy 400 linear feet
124 prints of varying sizes, ranging from
11 x 14 to 6 x 7, including gelatin-silver prints,
color Cibachrome prints, and other media.
All matted with four-ply archival board with
black frames under UV plexi.
15 informational graphic panels
124 caption labels
Two 30 x 40 text panels

Pandemic: Facing AIDS, the publication, available in hard-cover; with texts by Kofi Annan, Nadine Gordimer, Jeffrey Sachs, Rory Kennedy and Nan Richardson, 256 pages
Retail price $40
Pandemic:Facing AIDS, the education package,
with original educational and advocacy information
Pandemic:Facing AIDS, the two-hour documentary
film by Rory Kennedy
Lectures by curator Nan Richardson and filmmaker Rory Kennedy
6-8 week bookings
Space required: 400 linear feet
Fee: $7,500
Security: high

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