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  • A discussion group attended by glum, ugly, and bored people. Stipple engraving after H.W. Bunbury, 1782.
  • A group of cartoon male figures sit chatting around a small coffee table adorned with cups and a teapot by Rob [?] representing an advertisement for Schwulenberatung, an open discussion group for gay men in Berln. Photocopy, ca. 1993.
  • A schedule of events including films, public discussions and theatre about AIDS on show between 1987 and 1988 by the Österreichische AIDS-Hilfe. Colour lithograph by Josef Neuf Gesellschaft m.b.H., 1988 [?].
  • A line-drawn male nude figure with one arm leaning against a surface and his head turned representing an advertisement for two discussion groups organised by Kursiv on the occasion of the International AIDS conference in Berlin. Photocopy, ca. 1993.
  • Five men congregated round a table, two of whom hold out the palm of their hands. Etching by J. Haynes after W. Hogarth, 1782.
  • An HIV positive woman standing apart from her friends at the top, and the same woman joining in with her friends below; advertising Deutsche AIDS-Hilfe e.V. Colour lithograph by Lauterbach/ Boek, 199-.
  • A figure with an orange beak and a vest bearing the words 'Leo' moving three coloured cups around a green playing board bearing a skull, a pink heart and a clover leaf; an advertisement for the Mainz 'Stop AIDS' Festival on 23 August 1989 at the Kulturzentrum [Mainz], organised by the Landeszentrale für Gesundheitserziehung in Rheinland-Pfalz e.V. Colour lithograph by Klaus.
  • Five men congregated round a table, two of whom hold out the palm of their hands. Etching by J. Haynes after W. Hogarth, 1782.
  • Two men sit in discussion top right with a further group of cartoon male figures at the bottom sit chatting around a small coffee table adorned with cups and a teapot by Rob [?]; an advertisement for an open discussion group for those living with HIV and AIDS mentored by Arnd Bächler (gay counseling) and Stefan Cremer (HIV e.V.). Photocopy, 1994.