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AIDS Demo Graphics

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photo/essay document of ACT UP
Paperback, 141 pages
Published December 1st 1991 by Bay Press (WA) (first published June 1990)
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Macartney
Oct 15, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: gay-lit
Bought this almost two years ago but finally read it after seeing "How to Survive a Plague". Such a valuable primary resource. Amazing that it was published in 1990, when ACT UP had "just" started. Such an insightful and analytical piece of criticism while still in the thick of "IT". Slightly biased against Reagan, Bush and the federal government, but those assholes totally deserve it. Great pictures that I would frame if I didn't want to not destroy my copy of the book.
Esteban del Mal
Reagan can suck it.
Milo
Nov 06, 2007 rated it it was amazing
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I love this book. It's a graphic history of the beginning years of ACT UP from 1987-about 1993. As an activist, artist, and designer this book was super influential to me, and I still appreciate all of the work in it. Unfortunately, I've had probably 4 copies that I keep lending out and never getting back.
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Douglas Crimp (b. 1944) was an American writer, curator, and art historian. He was professor in art history at the University of Rochester.

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