August 2019


September 2019



Performance
Thu, September 5 –
Sun, October 13

Novenas for a Lost Hospital Theatrical Production

Rattlestick Playwrights Theater
Novenas for a Lost Hospital is a communal experience to remember, honor, re-imagine and celebrate St Vincent’s Hospital. Inspired by the caretakers and patients of St. Vincent's Hospital, and guided by Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton, this unique event takes…
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Tue, September 17 –
Fri, November 15

"From the Margins" exhibition with Benjamin Fredrickson

Smith Hall of Art-The Corcoran School of the Arts & Design
WASHINGTON DC - 2019 marks thirty years since the cancellation of The Perfect Moment: Photographs of Robert Mapplethorpe at the Corcoran Gallery of Art. And in this new perfect moment, this appealing anniversary wrapped neatly in black and white,…
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Fri, September 20 –
Sun, September 22

Visual AIDS at NY Art Book Fair (Sept. 20-22)!

MoMA Ps1
Come visit Visual AIDS at the NY Art Book Fair from September 20-22! Visual AIDS will be a part of the Friendly Fire section of the New York Art Book Fair (Second Floor, Booth P-04), with our new FREE…
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October 2019



6:30pm–9:00pm
Performance Space New York
"First Mondays: Readings of New Works in Progress"Organized by Sarah Schulman with Gordon Beeferman, Visual AIDS Artist Member Jack Waters, and Christina Wheeler. Composer/pianist/organist and writer Gordon Beeferman has created and performed innovative opera, chamber and orchestra music, avant-jazz, and…
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November 2019



Exhibition
Sat, November 2 –
Sun, December 1

Rotimi Fani-Kayode

Iceberg Projects
Visual AIDS Artist Member Rotimi Fani-Kayode's photographic work will be on view at Iceberg Projects. During his brief career – he died before his time in 1989, during the height of the AIDS crisis in Europe and the US…
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7:00pm–9:00pm
Performance Space
Kia LaBeija’s first large scale performance work engages with Oskar Schlemmer’s early Bauhaus ballet piece Das triadische Ballett, a dance in three acts. LaBeija reinterprets the final, so called Black Act which relates to fantasy, mysticism, and the infinite…
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