January 2019

McNally Jackson Books
The Amphitheater of the Dead is a lightly science-fictionalized memoir by the French thinker Guy Hocquenghem, written in the last months of his life with the intention of prolonging it. “Writing saves,” he writes. “Each time that I started…
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February 2019

Printed Matter, Inc. will host a conversation with The HIV Howler: Transmitting Art and Activism, a limited edition art newspaper focusing on global grassroots HIV art and cultural production. Artists have and continue to play a fundamental role in shaping…
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Sat, February 9 –
Tue, March 26

Reza Abdoh Screenings

Massachussetts Institute of Technology
BERLINFebruary 9 - May 4, [email protected] KW Institute for Contemporary ArtAuguststraße 69, 10117 Berlin, Tel. +49 30 243459-0https://www.kw-berlin.de/en/reza-abdoh/ BOSTON – CAMBRIDGEM.I.T. Music and Theater ArtsFebruary 24 – 26 Series of Events, FreeBuilding W97Street Address: 345 Vassar Street, Cambridgehttp://mta.mit.edu/events/theater-reza-abdoh CRICOTEKA…
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Brooklyn Academy of Music
Post-screening discussionJournalist Steven W. Thrasher, multidisciplinary artist Kiyan Williams, and Katherine Cheairs, filmmaker and founding member of the What Would the HIV Doula Do? Collective, moderated by writer Darnell Moore (No Ashes in the Fire) Films: AnthemDir. Marlon Riggs1991, 9min “Pervert the…
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March 2019

Fri, March 1 –
Sat, April 6

Vincent Cianni: A Survey Exhibition

Lycoming College Art Gallery
The exhibition features Visual AIDS Artist Member Vince Cianni’s documentary photographs on issues related to social justice, and civil and human rights. Projects from the 1970s through 2006 are exhibited: East Berlin: And the Wall Came Down, a visual…
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