AID FOR AIDS to host NYC Art Exhibit

  • June 15, 2012
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NEW YORK (June 14, 2012) –AID FOR AIDS International and Greencard Creative are pleased to announce the second annual NYC Art Exhibit. The exhibit will take place at 80 West End Avenue (at Lincoln Center West), on the fourth floor loft of a historical landmark building overlooking the Hudson River. The event runs from June 19-22 from 12-7pm each day.

Curated by Tatiana Pagés and organized by Greencard Creative, this exhibit will feature the work of over 30 multidisciplinary international artists including: Veronica Balakhovsky, Rifka Midler, Boris Tyomkin, Sheila Schwid, Bagram Ibatoulline, Gabriel Moreno, Oscar Lorens, Alex Senna, Ksenia Golubkov, Natalia Pagés, Tamiko Stump, Nicholas Rispoli, Anastasia Avrutsky, Christina Mazurowsky, Pauline Gluzman, Scot Verhagen, Leon Lerman, Arcady Kotler, Modesto Santiago, Antonella Fabri, Tatiana Pagés, Jill Wanserki, Karla Despradel, Alex Loskutoff, Joel Diaz, Bianca Cortinas,  Peter Hidalgo,  Zoe Michaels,  Mary Stackhouse,  and Wally Vidal. The works of these talented contemporary artists at this year’s exhibit will range from painting, photography and illustration to drawing, jewelry, sculpture, painting, and more.

A portion of the proceeds will benefit AID FOR AIDS. For more information about the upcoming exhibit and the artists, please contact Tatiana Pagés at

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Founded in 1996, AID FOR AIDS International (AFAI) works to improve the quality of life for people living with HIV or AIDS in developing countries, as well as for immigrants in the U.S.  We are also committed to fighting against the stigma and discrimination faced by people affected by the epidemic, and to stopping the spread of HIV. AFAI provides access to treatment, education, HIV prevention strategies, and tools for advocacy. The organization operates the largest HIV medication redistribution program in the world, through which it recycles unused, unexpired, life-saving medication that otherwise goes to waste, and re-distributes it to those without access to treatment in the developing world. To learn more, visit

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