13 Mar Art AIDS America Chicago Posted at 17:44h in Uncategorized by Vasia Rigou Rosalind Solomon (born 1930), Silence Equals Death, Washing¬ton, DC, 1987–90. Gelatin silver print, 20 × 16 inches. Courtesy of Bruce Silverstein Gallery, New York. Alice O’Malley (born 1962), “New Yorkers Demand”—Chloe Dzubilo, ACT UP Die-in, NYC c. 1994, printed 2015. Gelatin silver print, 20 × 16 inches. Courtesy of the artist. Title: “Only 18 Pawns” 1983 Photo credit: Patric McCoy Albert J. Winn (born1947, died 2014), Akedah, 1995. Gelatin silver print, 17½ × 21¾ inches. Courtesy of Scott R. Portnoff. Photo courtesy of the Estate of Albert J. Winn. Print page Vasia Rigou *protected email* An art critic and pop culture journalist with a BA in English Lit, a MA in Media and another in Art Journalism. Believes in fierce creativity and the beauty of being weird. She’s all about gallery hopping. Writes better with wine.