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An information sheet about an anti-AIDS poster exhibition designed and produced by Artis as part of a collaboration with the Unesco/WHO AIDS prevention education programme. Colour lithograph by Bruno Ughetto, ca. 1990's.

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Publication/Creation

Paris (137 boulevard de Magenta 75010 Paris] : concepción y producción de Imágenes contra el SIDA, ARTIS, [1990's?] (Cergy Pontoise (Francia); Impresión de los carteles en serigrafía Graficaza Cergy Pontoise (Francia))

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1 print : lithograph, printed in red and white ; sheet 84.1 x 59.3 cm

Lettering

La imagen precede a la palabra ... fomentar la noción de solidaridad ... Imágenes contra el SIDA.

Copyright note

Bruno Ughetto [design?] Artis Unesco WHO 1990's 06/05/2008 France UkLW Transcription from the item

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 667895i

Lettering note

Left of the text: a flame symbol
Numerous supporting organisations listed along bottom edge from Unesco to Center for Disease Control in Rockville.
Translation on upper right: Images prior to words: It is very hard for us to speak of AIDS because it is related to blood, sex, death and guilt, and therefore deeply affects our most private self, our freedom, and our ethics ... Artis designed and produced this 44-poster exhibit in the hope that it might be ... a reflection, a sharing of views and private feelings ... to develop a sense of solidarity

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  • English



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