MAKE ART/STOP AIDS at UCLA's Fowler Museum opened this week. The exhibition highlights awareness of the epidemic of HIV and AIDS and examines the questions and history surrounding it. Works are included by Robert Gober, William Kentridge, Sue Coe, David Wojnarowicz, among other artists from Brazil, India, South Africa and the United States.
Make Art/Stop AIDS presents more than sixty contemporary works including paintings, sculptures, photographs, performance videos, posters, animated shorts, digital media, and installations that engage these questions: What is AIDS? Who lives, who dies? Why are condoms controversial? Are you afraid to touch? When was the last time you cried? Why a red ribbon? Are you ready to act?
Make Art/Stop AIDS
February 23, 2008 to June 15, 2008