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A young woman with her head thrown back wearing a band in her hair representing a woman with AIDS, a painting by a 19 year old haemophiliac who died of AIDS; an advertisement for Children Living in a World with AIDS, ca. 1997.

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[1997?]
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678571i
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Publication/Creation

[Japan] : [Ministry of Health and Welfare - Japan Foundation for AIDS Prevention], [1997?]

Physical description

1 print : lithograph, printed in colours ; sheet 84 x 59.4 cm

Lettering

Children Living in a World with AIDS.

Lettering note

Bears AIDS red ribbon
Translation of lettering: There's something I want to tell you. For correct knowledge of AIDS. For an era where we live together. From person to person, from adult to child. The artist, Iwazaki ... (?) was infected with HIV through the use of blood products to treat haemophilia, and died in 1993 at the age of 19. He had dreamt of becoming an artist since he was young, and continued to paint throughout his battle against illness. This is one of those pieces painted in 1991 - Toshi's passion. World AIDS Day 1/12 - The red ribbon is a symbol of support and understanding of the suffering of those with HIV/AIDS. For the future of our children! Let's think about AIDS now. Children living in a world with AIDS.

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Wellcome Library no. 678571i

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Japan Foundation for AIDS Prevention 1994? Japan Foundation for AIDS Prevention Japan 02/09/2009 Japan Foundation for AIDS Prevention (JFAP) Suidobashi Bldg. 5F, Misakicho 1-3-12 Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0061, JAPAN Tel: +81-3-5259-1811 Fax: +81-3-5259-1812 UkLW UK Transcription from the item

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