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Day without art : an international day of action and mourning in response to the AIDS crisis = Un dia sin arte : un dia internacional de accion y duelo en respuesta a la crisis del SIDA.

New York, N.Y. : Visual AIDS, c1995.

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : col. ; 90 x 62 cm.

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Black poster with red and white lettering, illustrated at the top with a blurred photograph of the artist Jose Luis Cortes, one of the first artists to have his work documented by The Archive Project. The photograph is of the shirtless artist shown from the waist up and is set upside-down. Beneath the photograph is a brief description of Visual AIDS/The Archive Project, a program for artists living with HIV/AIDS that documents and archives their work. At the bottom are the location and telephone number of Visual AIDS, as well as a list of sponsors.

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<p>Black poster with red and white lettering, illustrated at the top with a blurred photograph of the artist Jose Luis Cortes, one of the first artists to have his work documented by The Archive Project.  The photograph is of the shirtless artist shown from the waist up and is set upside-down.  Beneath the photograph is a brief description of Visual AIDS/The Archive Project, a program for artists living with HIV/AIDS that documents and archives their work.  At the bottom are the location and telephone number of Visual AIDS, as well as a list of sponsors.</p>
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Day without art : an international day of action and mourning in response to the AIDS crisis = Un dia sin arte : un dia internacional de accion y duelo en respuesta a la crisis del SIDA.

New York, N.Y. : Visual AIDS, c1995.

<p>Black poster with red and white lettering, illustrated at the top with a blurred photograph of the artist Jose Luis Cortes, one of the first artists to have his work documented by The Archive Project.  The photograph is of the shirtless artist shown from the waist up and is set upside-down.  Beneath the photograph is a brief description of Visual AIDS/The Archive Project, a program for artists living with HIV/AIDS that documents and archives their work.  At the bottom are the location and telephone number of Visual AIDS, as well as a list of sponsors.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : col. ; 90 x 62 cm.

ABSTRACT

Black poster with red and white lettering, illustrated at the top with a blurred photograph of the artist Jose Luis Cortes, one of the first artists to have his work documented by The Archive Project. The photograph is of the shirtless artist shown from the waist up and is set upside-down. Beneath the photograph is a brief description of Visual AIDS/The Archive Project, a program for artists living with HIV/AIDS that documents and archives their work. At the bottom are the location and telephone number of Visual AIDS, as well as a list of sponsors.

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