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Exhibit in Atlanta's Museum of Design Charts History of AIDS Epidemic Through Posters Used in Awareness Campaigns

October 12, 2011

On October 2, the Museum of Design Atlanta opened an exhibit called "Graphic Intervention: 25 Years of International AIDS Awareness Posters 1985-2010," which charts the history of the global AIDS epidemic "and how it has affected and continues to shape modern culture, through the posters that helped bring awareness to the world," Lauren Meir, a writer for MutualArt, reports in a post in the Huffington Post's "Arts" blog. The blog highlights a recent interview with co-curators Elizabeth Resnick and Javier Cortes conducted by MutualArt and provides a slideshow of images from the exhibit (10/11).

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