Visual AIDS is excited to promote two upcoming Visual AIDS member exhibitions:

The work of HUGH STEERS will be on view at Alexander Grey Associates January 12 to February 16, 2013, with an opening reception on January 12 from 6 to 8pm. Throughout his career, cut dramatically short by AIDS at the age of 33, Steers was celebrated for his allegorical painting that captured the emotional and political tenor of New York in the late 1980s and early 1990s, particularly the impact of Queer identity and the AIDS crisis.

HUGH STEERS
January 12 to February 16, 2013
ALEXANDER GREY ASSOCIATES
508 West 26th, #215
New York, NY
For more information about the exhibition visit: www.alexandergray.com


The work of Visual AIDS artist member Roger Brown will be on view from January 8 - February 2, 2013 at DC Gallery. Brown (1941-1997) was a leading member of the Chicago Imagist group, who created bold canvases and sculptural objects that explore America in the postwar era. His work is personal, provocative, and political, often a commentary on current events and contemporary attitudes delivered with a strong dose of irony and a wry sense of humor.

ROGER BROWN
January 8 - February 2,2013
DC MOORE GALLERY
535 West 22nd Street,
New York, NY,10011
For more information about the exhibition visit: www.dcmooregallery.com

Roger Brown

Hugh Steers