AIDS and the family: a mother with a child, and a man embraced by his family as he dies of AIDS; advertising an evening in Berlin in 1994 for those affected by HIV and AIDS. Photocopy, 1994.
- Deutsche AIDS-Hilfe e.V.
About this picture
The man embraced by his family was David Kirby. "The photo of David Kirby in his room in the Ohio State University Hospital in May 1990, with his family at his bedside, was taken by Therese Frare ... and was printed as a black and white press photo in Life magazine in November 1990. It ... won the 1991 World Press Photo Award ... it was Benetton's use of it in its advertising that brought it to the attention of the world media and made people talk about dying of AIDS."--www.press.benettongroup.com
Berlin (Kurfürstenstrasse 24) : Kursiv e.V., Zentrum für AIDS- und Schwulenberatung, 1994.
1 print : photocopy, printed on yellow paper ; sheet 29.6 x 41.9 cm
Angehörige und Positive im Gespräch. HIV und AIDS verändern oft die Beziehungen zwischen Angehörigen und Betroffenen ... Wir wollen an diesem Abend unsere Erfahrungen austauschen ... Helga Thielmann, betroffene Mutter, Angehörigenbeauftrage der Deutschen AIDS-Hilfe und Kursiv e.V. laden alle Positiven, AIDSkranken, Eltern ... Ort: kursiv e.V. ... 08. März 1994, 19.00 Uhr.
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