Art AIDS America co-curator JONATHAN DAVID KATZ discusses ART AIDS AMERICA CHICAGO which is opening December 1, 2016 at the newly renovated Alphawood Gallery. Visit artaidsamericachicago.org for more information. Mr. Katz works at the intersection of art history and queer history, one of the busiest intersections in American culture, and yet one of the least studied. A specialist in the arts of the Cold War era, he is centrally concerned with the question of why the American avant-garde came to be dominated and defined by queer artists during what was perhaps the single most homophobic decade in this nation’s history. Showbiz Nation LIVE!...
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Friday 25 Nov 2016

Interview with JONATHAN DAVID KATZ


Art AIDS America co-curator JONATHAN DAVID KATZ discusses ART AIDS AMERICA CHICAGO which is opening December 1, 2016 at the newly renovated Alphawood Gallery. Visit artaidsamericachicago.org for more information.

Mr. Katz works at the intersection of art history and queer history, one of the busiest intersections in American culture, and yet one of the least studied. A specialist in the arts of the Cold War era, he is centrally concerned with the question of why the American avant-garde came to be dominated and defined by queer artists during what was perhaps the single most homophobic decade in this nation’s history.

Showbiz Nation LIVE! Interview with "ART AIDS AMERICA" co-curator JONATHAN DAVID KATZ from SHOWBIZ NATION LIVE! on Vimeo.

More than a groundbreaking visual art exhibition, Art AIDS America Chicago will serve as the catalyst for a citywide dialogue on the cultural impact of HIV/AIDS through robust public programming at the newly constructed Alphawood Gallery (2401 N. Halsted Street) and via a constellation of related events presented in association with local arts and advocacy community allies.  Art AIDS America Chicago opens at the Alphawood Gallery on World AIDS Day, Thursday, December 1, 2016, and continues through Sunday, April 2, 2017

Admission to the exhibition and all programming held at the Gallery-- artist & expert talks, panel discussions, performances, gallery tours, and HIV testing -- are free and open to the public.


 
 
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