Positive Lives: Responses to HIV
Exhibition organised by Network Photographers and the Terrence Higgins Trust and toured by the Musae
7 Jan – 11 Feb 1995
This is the first photographic exhibition to explore the complex individual and social response to HIV and AIDs. This exhibition documents how HIV has changed and will continue to change all our lives in Britain. The selection of photographs by a group of Britain’s leading documentary photographers, helps develop understanding of the issues. The exhibition is divided into sections including: Grief and Loss, Buddies, A Gay Life. The exhibition includes work by Barry Lewis, Mark Power and John Sturrock.
The exhibition is the culmination of a three year long collaboration between The Terrence Higgins Trust and Network Photographers to mark the Trust’s 10th anniversary ad the second decade of the AIDS epidemic in Europe.