Artist and activist Jenny Holzer confronts dark realities in search of truth and hope.
Ahead of the opening of AIDS Memorial Park in New York City, Surface spoke with notable cultural figures who experienced the height of the crisis. Jenny Holzer turned excerpts from those interviews into a new series of artworks.Ahead of the opening of AIDS Memorial Park in New York City, Surface spoke with notable cultural figures who experienced the height of the crisis. Jenny Holzer turned excerpts from those interviews into a new series of artworks.
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