Art created in response to Aids crisis resonates at Art Basel

Peter Hujar, whose work is still being uncovered posthumously, is among artists receiving acclaim

Anya Gallaccio wins commission for London’s first ever HIV/Aids memorial

The winning proposal features a tree trunk from which rings have been extracted and displayed nearby

Five artists shortlisted to create London’s first ever permanent HIV/Aids memorial

Anya Gallaccio and Diana Puntar are among those who have submitted proposals for the work, which will reportedly be unveiled in 2026

Sculptural symbol of mourning by Jim Hodges unveiled at New York’s Aids Memorial Park

The work, “Craig’s closet”, honours the more than 100,000 New Yorkers who have died of Aids

Condoms, clean needles and comedy take to the walls in HIV-Aids poster show

As the world grapples with the Covid-19 pandemic, public campaigns around another virus are explored in an exhibition at the Folkwang Museum in Essen