A series of photographs, taken over the course of almost two decades, serves as the focus of the exhibition. They were taken during a period roughly parallel to Rhein’s diagnosis with HIV in 1987— after which he encountered compromised health and near death—through to his experience of a renewed sense of vitality after life-saving drugs were introduced in the mid-90s. The images highlight the role of intimacy and care as survival tactics in their depiction of one person’s response to a global and ongoing crisis.from the accompanying exhibition text
Mary Anne Phan reviews two exhibitions currently on view in Memphis, TN presented by Tops Gallery.
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