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An HIV positive family man holding two children beside figures cut out of meat, bearing the warning 'Sondermüll-Mensch' (human hazardous waste); advertising an exhibition about the Upper Austrian AIDS-Hilfe. Colour lithograph by Mares Andreas, 1995.

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1996
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Publication/Creation

[Steyr, (Oberösterreich]) : Arbeitsmuseum, Steyr, 1996.

Physical description

1 print : lithograph, printed in colours ; sheet 46.8 x 68 cm

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Austellung. AIDS-Hilfe OÖ. Arbeitsweltmuseum. Steyr: 1-30 November 1996. Auch mächtige Wasser können die Liebe nicht löschen; auch Ströme schwemmen sie nicht weg. (Hohelied)Geborgenheit. Mares Andreas kreativkonzeption & design.

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Mares Andreas (design) Arbeitsmuseum, Steyr 1996 Arbeitsmuseum, Steyr see http://www.working-world.net/ for contact details of museum Austria 31/03/2009 UkLW Transcription from the item

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Wellcome Library no. 675149i

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