Visual AIDS observed Day With(out) Art / World AIDS Day 2010 with simultaneous screenings of Last Address, a film by Ira Sachs.
Last Address, by filmmaker Ira Sachs, uses images of the exteriors of the houses, apartment buildings, and lofts where these and others were living at the time of their deaths to mark the disappearance of a generation. The film is a remembrance of that loss, as well as an evocation of the continued presence of these artists’ work in our lives and culture.
Screening locations included:
Whitney, New Museum, Museum of Art & Design, El Museo del Barrio, Tate Modern, The Getty, Andy Warhol Museum, Wexner Center for the Arts, Museum of Sex, Nakamura Keith Haring Collection, Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, Rachel Uffner Gallery, Grey Art Gallery at NYU, Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Union Gallery at University of Arizona, Fales Library & Special Collections at NYU, and The LGBT Center of NYC
Watch Last Address here and learn more about each of the artists honored in the film -- including biographies, interviews, performance videos, audio recordings, and essays.