17 Years' Supply, 2014, Germany, photography by Wolfgang Tillmans.
A l'ami qui ne m'a pas sauvé la vie, 1990, France, novel by Hervé Guibert
AIDS, 2012, Poland, a wallpaper by Karol Radziszewski.
AIDS Yazilari, 1997, Turkey, a book, Author: Arin Namal, published by: Ekay Yayincilik, language: Turkish
AIDS´I Durduralım - Let´s Stop AIDS, Istanbul, 1994, Turkey, Caricature/Cartoon, Collection from various artist, published by AIDS Savaşım Derneği and İstanbul Karikatürcüler Derneği, languages: Turskish, English.
Additional information: 1st Award in the Cartoon competition on 11th March 1994 in Istanbul
List of artists:
Ali Herkül Celikkol
̈mit Müfit Dincay
Aide Mémoire – ein schwules Gedächtnisprotokoll, 1995, Germany, a film by Michael Brynntrup and Jürgen Baldiga.
Aids Memorial (München), 2001, Germany, memorial by Wolfgang Tillmans.
AIDS Ungleich Tod, Germany, 1996, 16mm Film by Claus-Constantin Rüttinger and Thees Klahn
Aidsfieber, 1988, Germany (BRD), theater play by Wolfram Hänel.
An Ongoing Song, 2018, Netherlands, a performance written and directed by Szymon Adamczak at DAS Theatre in Amsterdam.
Anti Body, 1983, UK, a play written by Louise Parker Kelley. First staged by Consenting Adults in Public with funding from Greater London Council (GLC).
Additional information: First staged 10th-22nd October 1983 at the Cockpit Theatre in London by gay theatre company Consenting Adults in Public. Written by American playwright but first staged in Britain. First play produced in Britain to address topic of HIV.
Art against Aids, Sweden, paintings made by celebrities in Sweden, not necessarily artists in order to fundraise money for HIV/AIDS.
Bar; Hospital; Geisterstunde; Traum; Paar, Germany, series of 5 woodcuts, Author: Peter Knoch
Blister, 2018, Germany, PrEP pill and acrylic on neobond paper by Constantin Hartenstein.
Blue, 1993, UK, a movie by Derek Jarman, language: English.
Bright Eyes, 1986, UK, a video produced for Britain’s Channel 4.
Cachorro,2004,Spain, film, Miguel Albaladejo.
Carrying, 1992, Spain, performance, Pepe Espaliú.
Collection, 1991-1993, Germany, Aron Neubert photographs Jürgen Baldiga.
Collection, 1980-1991, France, collection by Tom of Finland.
Collection, 1989-1993, Germany, photography,Jürgen Baldiga.
Collection, 1994 - present, Sweden, photography, Roberto Ekholm b.1976.
Collection, Ukraine, Photography, Lina Yaroslavska.
Coming out, 1989, Germany (BRD), film by Heiner Carow.
More information: Neumann, J. (1990). Internationale Filmfestspiele in Berlin. In: Aktuell - Das Magazin der Deutschen AIDS-Hilfe, 4: pp. 44.
Corps à corps, journal du Sida, 1987, journal by Alain-Emmanuel Dreuilhe
Cytomégalovirus, 1992, France, published diary by Hervé Guibert 1955–1991.
Dans ma chambre, 1996, France, novel by Guillaume Dustan
Denkmal für die im Nationalsozialismus ermordeten Homosexuellen (Berlin), 2008, Denmark/Norway/Germany/UK, memorial created by: Michael Elmgreen & Ingar Dragset
Denkraum: Namen und Steine, 1992, Germany, installation by Tom Fecht.
Derek, 2008, UK, a movie by Isaac Julien.
Dinero=Poder=Muerte (Money=Power=Death), 1993, Spain, Installation, Pepe Miralles.
Die Himmelswiese - Die kleinen Wunder von Baan Gerda, 2005, Germany, film/documentary by Detlev F. Neufert.
Discarded Drug Baggies, 2013-2016, UK, photo collage by Dan Giannopoulos.
Disease, 2003, Sweden, song, the album "In lust we trust", The Ark.
Diverse, Germany, photography by Rolf von Bergmann.
Don’t Walk S/S 2007, 2007, Sweden, dress in the project "FASHION FOR LIFE – EN MODEMANIFESTATION TILL FÖRMÅN FÖR KAMPEN MOT HIV/AIDS", current location: Röhsska Museum, Sweden, Sandra Backlund,
Dreck am Stecken, 1987, Germany, theater play by the Strahl Theater Group.
E Agora? Lembra-me, 2013, Portugal, film, Joaquim Pinto.
El Tajo (The Slit), 1996, Spain, video, Águeda Bañón.
Ein Virus kennt keine Moral, 1986, Germany, a movie by Rosa von Praunheim
Engelordnungen, 1991-1994, Germany, photo collage by Christa Näher.
Es ist spät, ich kann nicht atmen: ein nächtlicher Bericht, 1993, Germany, a novel written by Mario Wirz, published by Galeria Alaska Productions, language: German.
Every mother's son/children of suffering, 1989, Nigeria/UK/USA, photogaph by Rotimi Fani-Kayode.
Familiars, 1992, UK, an installation by Hamad Butt at Tate Gallery.
FCK HIV, 2018, Netherlands, performance by Lukas-Julius Keijser.
Feuer unterm Arsch, 1990, Germany, film by Rosa von Praunheim.
Fickende Fische, 2002, Germany, a movie by Almut Getto.
Für Immer Burgen, 1997, Germany, photograph by Wolfgang Tillmans.
Γυναίκες από Χώμα / Women from Earth, 2018, Greece, a play.
Gilbert & George for AIDS, 1989, UK, a poster by unknown artist.
Good boy, 1998, France, performance by Alain Buffard
Grind/r, 2015, Poland, a play, Piotr Trojan (script) Piotr Trojan (director), performed at TR Warszawa.
HIV Pozitif Hayatın Günlüğü, 2011, Turkey, blog, Authors: various/Anonymous, language
Hospital,1998-9, Germany, Installation, Peter Knoch.
House of Boys, 2009, Germany/Luxemburg, a movie by Jean-Claude Schlim.
I Don't Eye . Queer . Faith . Protest, 2015, Germany/Pakistan/USA, sound installation by Katrin Köppert/Omar Kasmani/Todd Sekuler.
Incir Reçeli, 2010, Turkey, a movie, Author: Regie: Aytaç Ağırlar, produced by: Aytaç Ağırlar, language: Turkish
"Is AIDS a business or a disease?", 1992-1998, Spain, artistic activist group: The Carrying Society.
Ja i AIDS, 1996, Poland, video-art, author: Artur Żmijewski, language: Polish, shown at the "Ja i AIDS" exhibition in 1996 in Galera a.r.t in Płock.
Ja i AIDS, 1996, Poland, exhibition, artists: Paweł Althamer, Edyta Daczka, Katarzyna Górna, Andrzej Karaś, Grzegorz Kowalski, Katarzyna Kozyra, Ryszard Lech, Krzysztof Malec, Małgorzata Michberg, Jacek Markiewicz, Jędrzej Niestrój, Monika Osiecka-Leczew, Artur Żmijewski.
Shown at the:
Galeria Kina Stolica, Warszawa 9.01.1996-9.02.1996
Galeria a.r.t., Płock, 10.02.-4.03.1996
Wieża Ciśnień, Bydgoszcz 8-19.05.1996
Galeria Wyspa, Gdańsk, 25.05-06.1996
“AIDS reminds us of the gravity of contacts with others. They are hazardous. An encounter with another
man is dramatic, and in the case of an HIV-positive person it becomes way more tragic. AIDS is one of the
variants of developing contact, which can bring about serious repercussions – infection. A risky way of
developing this relation is proposed by Jacek Markiewicz. Standing naked in a tent of blue plush-like fabric, he
allows everyone who enters the room to use him. He does not stay at a distance from his guest, even if HIV
happens to flow in their veins. […]
The exhibition is not about death. The participating artists are not obsessed with it, on the contrary – they
are obsessed with life. […] The topic was formulated in a way that assumes a distance between Me and AIDS –
no wonder as the exhibition was made by people who are HIV-negative. It makes their cowardice public by
demonstrating its cause: a virus in the body of another person. The fear tells them what to do, formless – clumsy
shiver, so they got accustomed to domesticating the phenomena by lending them form – the artists form their
own fear and shape it in a visually attractive way. It brings relief. […] The void, hitherto filled with fear,
becomes filled with objects of art. It is a proposal of a therapeutic method. Doctors invent chemical preparations,
artists – artefacts.”
Artur Żmijewski, Und morgen die ganze Welt... O wystawie „Ja i AIDS” [Und morgen die ganze Welt... On the
Exhibition Me and AIDS], Magazyn Sztuki, 1996, no. 2 (10), pp. 265-266.
Jak malowany ptak, 1991, Poland, a song by Dżem, album: Detox.
Additional information: Scences from the protests against centres for people living with HIV / AIDS appear in the official video-clip.
Jean Genet is Dead, 1987, UK 16mm film by Constantine Giannaris.
Journal Annales, 1991-2001, France, video in 8, HI8, Super 8, 16mm and mini dv by Lionel Soukaz
Kaltes Tor, 1993, Germany, installation by Tom Fecht.
Kisieland, 2002, Poland, HD film, assemblage by Karol Radziszewski.
Krzysztof Czerwiński Więzy krwi "Blood ties", 1995, Poland, triptych, artist: Katarzyna Kozyra, current location: the Contemporary Art Collection Foundation GESSEL of the National Museum in Warsaw, The work was shown for the first time at the exhibition “Ja i AIDS”, Stolica Cinema Gallery, Warsaw – 9.01.1966
"In the autumn of 1995, working on “Blood Ties”, Kozyra was driving along Wisłostrada expressway in Warsaw. Suddenly, in the vicinity of the Old Town, a man jaywalked in front of the car. He fascinated the artist – she thought he seemed “faceless”. The man has made such an impression that after just two minutes from the “encounter” Kozyra turned her car back, parked it on the side of the street and started looking for the man by the Vistula river. Kozyra was accompanied by Katarzyna Górna and Krzysztof Malec. After a while they have found the man sitting on the river bank, with his feet dangling above water. He was unconscious, beat up. Kozyra addressed him directly: Would you be willing to pose for my photos? The man nodded. The man came and introduced himself: Krzysztof Czerwiński. He was incredibly passive, indifferent, with a “map” drawn all over his body: bruises, mycosis, scars, burns, tattoos. There was virtually no conversation between the artist and the model. She was afraid to scare him away and took advantage of the fact that He is posing for her, she was trying to “capture” everything, just not to make him bolt away. The contact with the model was limited. He was following requests without comment: “to the side,” “straight ahead,” “turn around”. After the session he was asked for his address. Kozyra wanted to take even more pictures of him, make various series, she was absolutely captivated by him. He gave an address. It turned out to be false. She never saw Krzysztof Czerwiński again. Kozyra photographed Czerwiński in the scenery for “Blood Ties”, the same as herself and her sister – the cross and the crescent had already been prepared. The encounter resulted in a triptych featuring the beaten and bloody model in three positions against the background of red and white. According to Kozyra, the character of Krzysztof Czerwiński reflects the state of Poland in mid-90s." Source: http://katarzynakozyra.pl/prace/432-2/
Le fate ignoranti, 2000, Israel, film by Ferzan Ozpetek.
La Pudeur ou l'impudeur, 1992, France, film by Hervé Guibert 1955–1991.
Le Paradis, 1992, France, novel by Hervé Guibert 1955–1991.
Le Protocole compassionnel, 1991, France, novel written by Hervé Guibert 1955–1991.
Les bien-aimés, 2011, France, Film/Movie by Christophe Honoré.
Les nuits fauves, 1992, France, film by Cyril Collard.
Les témoins, 2007, France, Film/Movie by André Téchiné
L'Homme au chapeau rouge, 1992, France, novel written by Hervé Guibert 1955–1991.
Les idoles, 2018, France, a theater play by Chrisophe Honoré.
Light Infection, 1997-8, Germany, Photography/installation, Bewegung Nurr (artist collective).
Lovers: Ten years on, 1984-1986, UK, author: Sunil Gupta, current location: Tate.
Additional information: A series of over thirty photographs of gay couples. The photographs were taken in part as a reponse to images of gay men as 'deviant' following and in response to the emergence of HIV/AIDS. Many of the subjects in the photographs died as a result of HIV.
Mandalina Kabuklari, 2010, Turkey, Author: Regie: Mehmet İnan, short movie, produced by Inan Film
Additional information: screened at HIV/AIDS Kısa Film Yarışması (HIV/AIDS Short Movie Competetion). Supported by UNFPA. 5 Award in several national contests
Mauvais sang, 1986, film by Leos Carax
Meine Freiheit, deine Freiheit, 2011, Germany, a movie/documentary by Diana Näcke.
Mémoires d'un jeune homme devenu vieux, 1993, France, novel by Gille Barbedette
Memory Books - Damit du mich nie vergisst, 2008, Germany, a movie/documentary by Christa Graf.
Miguel de la O, 2004, Spain, Miguel Benlloch.
Molecules leap in (Aids), 2005, Germany, an object, author: Thomas Bayrle.
Mon Sida, 1987, France, text by Jean-Paul Aron
Newsroom 1986-2000, 2007, Poland/Switzerland/USA, performance by Aleksandra Mir.
No one sleeps, 2000, Germany, a movie by Jochen Hick, produced by Galeria Alaska Productions
Nothing to Lose viii, 1989, Nigeria/UK/USA, photograph by Rotimi Fani-Kayode.
Numb by numbers, Norway, video, Per Eidspjeld.
o.M., 1997, Germany, photograph by Wolfgang Tillmans
Operación mari-quita el 92: gais contra el 92, 1992, Spain, poster, activist collective La Radical Gai.
Paris 05:59: Théo & Hugo, 2016, France, film by Olivier Ducastel, Jacques Martineau.
Pasos (Steps), 2011, Chile/France, a video Lorena Zilleruelo.
Plus/Minus, 2006, Poland, a video journal by Karol Radziszewski, lanuage: Polish.
Plus i minus (+i-), 1996, Poland, hip-hop song (hardcore psycho rap) by Kaliber 44.
Pomorski Festiwal Krótkich Filmów o HIV, 2016-2018, Poland, film festival.
Portrait of Derek Jarman, 1994, UK, a painting, author: Maggi Hambling, current location: Private collection.
Additional information: Hambling was close friends with Jarman, having met in artschool in the 1960s. Three weeks after his death, she painted this portrait from memory. A later screenprinted edition was released in 1998 which was hand-touched by Hambling to ensure quality. The screen printed version was used to raise funds for Terrence Higgins Trust (http://www.iapfineart.com/shop/product.php/9/portrait-of-derek-jarman) as £100 was donated to the charity for each sold.
Postcard to Daddy, 2010, Germany, a movie/documentary by Michael Stocl.
Pozitif Yazılar, 2007, Tukrey, essays edited by Pozitif Yaşam Derneği, published by Pozitif Yaşam Derneği, language: Turkish
Positiv, 1989, Germany (BRD), a film (documentary by Rosa von Praunheim.
More information:Neumann, J. (1990). Internationale Filmfestspiele in Berlin. In: Aktuell - Das Magazin der Deutschen AIDS-Hilfe, 4: pp. 44.
Pozytywni, 2015, Poland, a play, script: Cezary Harasimowicz, dir. Krzysztof Czeczot, performed at Teatr IMKA, Filharmonia Bałtycka.
Princess Diana, 2018, UK, portait, author: Conor Collins. Unveiled on Twitter 17th July 2018.
Projektionen auf die Krise - Gauweilerei in München, 2014, Germany, exhibition, mixed arts, author: Philipp Gufler.
Que Mon Coeur Lache, 1992, France, song by Mylène Farmer
RADIANT PRESENCE - Day With(out) Art, 1.- 31.12.2015, Netherlands, Tukey, UK, Digital slideshow with images from the Visual AIDS, Artists with HIV/AIDS.
Red, Blue & Yellow, or: For Uwe who is still looking at me, 1993, Germany, theater play by Dirk Cieslak.
Rien n'oblige à répéter l'histoire, 2014, France, film by Stéphane Gérard.
Safer use safer sex jetzt, Germany, a poster by Peter Knoch, educational poster for Deutsche AIDS-Hilfe.
Same Same But Different, 2009, Germany, a movie by Detlev Buck.
Sang damné, 2011, France, novel by Alexandre Bergamini
Υγειονομική Βόμβα / Sanitary Bomb, 2017, Greece, performance by Vera Siatherli.
Schweigen = Tod (Silence = Death), 1989, Germany (BRD), film by Rosa von Praunheim.
Schweine müssen nackt sein, 1991, a book by Napoleon Seyfarth.
SID A IDS, 1992, France, film by Yann Beauvais
Sid'Amour à mort, 1987, France, song by Barbara.
Sid'Aventure, 1989, France, song by Jean Louis Aubert
SIDA DA (AIDS Gives), 1985, Spain,Performance (video recorded), Las Pekinesas (Tomás Navarro, Miguel Benlloch & Rafael Villegas).
Songs in the Key of Kuchu, 2018, Germany/Uganda, performance by Keith Zenga King.
Sorry Angel, 2018, France, film by Christophe Honoré.
Sovnen, 1993, Norway, painting by Kjell Erik Killi Olsen.
Stelen (Columns), 2012, Germany/USA, installation by Marc Adelman.
Stigma, 2015, Denmark/Germany/Norway/UK, Installation exhibition, Artists: Michael Elmgreen & Ingar Dragset
Additional information: The exhibition includes the art work Side Effects, One Day and Blow Out.
Suaves se revelan, ásperas cuidan, todas se tocan… (Gently revealing, caring hard, all touching... ), 2016, Spain, Diego del Pozo Barriuso.
Themba - Das Spiel seines Lebens, 2010, Germany, a movie by Stefanie Sycholt.
The Persistence Of Plastic, 2013, Finland, photographs, Toni Kitin.
Tolerancja, 1991, Poland, a song by Stanisław Sojka.
The song was composed for a special music event organized in 1991 in Warsaw to support people living with HIV/AIDS.
Tom of Finland - drawings gay men, late 1990s., Finland, Drawings and paintings
Torka aldrig tårar utan handskar /Never dry tears without gloves, 2012, Sweden, a filmy by Jonas Gardell (author/director).
Trafieni. 7 opowiadań o AIDS, 2005, Poland, a book edited by D. Lam.
Authors of novels: Agnieszka Drotkiewicz, Izabela Filipiak, Natasza Goerke, Marek Kochan, Sławomir Shuty, Mariusz Sieniewicz and Michał
The Universe of Keith Haring,2008, France/Italy, film (documentary), Christine Clausen.
The Ward, 1993, UK, photographs by Gideon Mendel.
Additional information: A series of photographs shot in the Broderip and Charles Bell wards at the Middlesex Hospital. See more here.
This is Not an AIDS Advertisement, 1987, UK, film by Isaac Julien.
Tout contre Léo, 2002, France, Film/Movie by Christophe Honoré.
Tu, sempre, 2001, France, installation by Yann Beauvais.
Tunten lügen nicht, 2001, Germany, a movie/documentary by Rosa von Praunheim.
Une visite inopportune, 1988, Argentina/France, theater play by Copi (Raúl Damonte Botana).
Untitled (Posters from Resource Room), UK, 2012, photo series by Matthew Darbyshire.
Untitled (Tema Aids Series), 1993, Norway, photo series by Fin Serck-Hanssen.
Uwe, Carlos - und Trauer, 1992-3, Germany, sculptural installation, author: Peter Knoch.
Additional information: Shown at the exhibition "Aids-Projekte" in the Realismusstudios of NGBK in Berlin.
Vergolde deinen Schwanz, 1993, Germany, educational poster for Deutsche AIDS-Hilfe, author: Rinaldo Hopf.
Vivre avec – Leben mit, 1993, Switzerland, 35mm film by Daniel Schweizer.
Während des Todeskampfes geht der Verkauf weiter, 1993, installation by Sigrid Sigurdsson.
We can be heroes, just for one day, 2007, Germany, triptychon by Ono Ludwig.
Wieża Ratuszowa, 1996, Poland, a video by Krzysztof Wodiczko.
Willkommen im Dom, 1991, Germany, film by Jochen Hick.
Why We Must Provide HIV Treatment Information, 2007, Germany, photography/book, author: Wolfgang Tillmans.
Additional information: Tillmanns photography documents the work of an African HIV Treatment activist group.