Exhibition

Dismantling Invisibility: Asain and Pacific Islander Artists Respond to the AIDS Crisis

052exg691_3_lg_620_620
052exg691_2_lg_620_620
052exg691_4_lg_620_620
052exg691_5_lg_620_620
052exg691_6_lg_620_620
052exg691_1_lg_620_620
MORE IMAGES:
 
 
 
 
 
 
Exhibition

Dismantling Invisibility: Asain and Pacific Islander Artists Respond to the AIDS Crisis

Zhang Hongtu, Uday Dhar, Sowon Kwon, Skowmon Hastanan, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Paul Pfeiffer, Masami Teraoka, Masaki Kentaro, Ik-Joong Kang, Debi Ray-Chandhuri, Dean E. Mei, Ching Yu Sun, Ayisha Abraham
Curated by Ken Chu

Organized to coincide with Visual AIDS’ “A Day Without Art,” Dismantling Invisibility features work by fourteen artists from Asia and the Pacific Islands that deals with the AIDS crisis. The exhibition, which was curated by Ken Chu, includes painting, sculpture and installations.