2016 Research in Action Awards
TAG's annual Research in Action Awards (RIAA) honors activists, scientists, philanthropists, and creative artists who have made extraordinary contributions to the fight against AIDS. Resources raised at RIAA provide vital support for TAG’s programs throughout the year and enable us to honor champions in the fight to end AIDS.
RESEARCH IN ACTION AWARDS
Thursday, November 17th, 2016
54 W 21st Street
New York City
2014 RIAA honoree
ALAN CUMMING and GRANT SHAFFER
2009 RIAA honoree
DAVID HYDE PIERCE and BRIAN HARGROVE
Executive Director, Elton John AIDS Foundation
Executive Director, Citizens Union
Founder of Public Square Films, Executive Producer of How to Survive a Plague and the upcoming documentary Sylvia and Marsha
LEVI STRAUSS & CO.
for advancing human rights and the fight against HIV/AIDS
award-winning design journalist/editor, cultural leader and accomplished advocate for HIV prevention and care
longtime AIDS activist and dedicated President of TAG’s Board since 1996
lifestyle and fitness expert
comedy writer, songwriter, actor and Emmy Award-winner
Research in Action Awards 2016 Sponsors
2016 TAG limited art edition
Rosalind Fox Solomon
Archival pigment print
15 ½ x 15 ½ inches
8-ply mat + granite welded metal frame + uv plexi
23 ½ x 23 inches
Edition of 15 + 3 AP’s
© Rosalind Fox Solomon, www.rosalindsolomon.com
Courtesy of Bruce Silverstein Gallery
Acclaimed American artist Rosalind Fox Solomon has generously donated a limited edition of 15 archival prints, created especially for TAG. We are pleased to offer donors of $6,500 or more one of these very special prints, as available. Celebrated for her portraits and for her connection to human suffering, ritual, survival, and struggle, her work has been shown in nearly 30 solo exhibitions and 100 group exhibitions, and is in the collections of over 50 museums worldwide. Rosalind Fox Solomon's work is included in Art AIDS America, a group exhibition organized by the Tacoma Art Museum in partnership with The Bronx Museum of the Arts, July 13 to September 25th, 2016. On October 23rd at Carnegie Hall, Ms. Solomon will receive a Lucie Honoree Award for “Outstanding achievement in Portraiture”.
Our definition of portrait is not limited to the physical body, but also to the document and ‘portrait of a place or subject.'
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