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Past Exhibition

The Indomitable Spirit: Photographers and Artists Respond in the Time of AIDS

FEBRUARY 9–APRIL 7, 1990

The exhibition is a collection of images created in response to the ravaging epidemic of AIDS.
Robert Adams, Eve Arnold, John Baldessari, Tina Barney, Alan Blecher, Tom Bianchi, Barbara Bloom, Ellen Brooks, Bill Burke, Nancy Burson, Harry Callahan, Cornell Capa, Sarah Charlesworth, Larry Clark, Mark Cohen, Linda Connor, John Plans, Eileen Cowin, Dorit Cypris, Michael Davidson, Lynn Davis, Jimmy De Sana, Mitch Epstein, Larry Fink, Carl Fischer, Lee Friedlander, General Idea, Ralph Gibson, Burt Glinn, Nan Goldin, John Gossage, Jan Groover, John Gutman, Jacqueline Hayden, Robert Heinecken, Nancy Hellbrand, Hiro, Horst P. Horst, Walter Iooss, Jr., Larry Johnson, Art Kane, William Klein, Jeff Koons, Barbara Kruger, Louise Lawler, Annie Lebovitz, Annette Lemieux, Sherrie Levine, David Levinthal, Helen Levitt, Alexander Liberman, Sal Lopes, Jay Maisel, Frank Majore, Sally Mann, Robert Mapplethorpe, Mary Ellen Mark, Allan McCullum, Susan Meiselas, Ann Meredith, Sheila Metzner, Joel Meyerowitz, Duane Michals, Donald Moffet, Peter Nagy, Hans Namuth, Irving Penn, Gilles Peress, Richard Prince, Susan Rankaitis, Robert Rauschenberg, Alon Reininger, Herb Ritts, Judith Ross, Sebastiao Salgado, John Schlesinger, Victor Schrager, Andres Serrano, Cindy Sherman, Laurie Simmons, Sandy Skoglund, Rosalind Soloman, Joseph Standart, The Starn Twins, Bert Stern, Joel Sternfeld, Pete Turner, William Wegman, Brian Weil, James Welling, Joel-Peter Witkin, David Wojnarowicz. Organized by Photographers & Friends United Against AIDS, under the direction of Lisa Cremin and associates.