Gustavo Subero

  • Óscar Sánchez Gómez, untitled, 2001, gelatin silver print, 16 × 20". From “The Seropositive Files (Visualizing HIV in Mexico).”

    “The Seropositive Files (Visualizing HIV in Mexico)”

    Curated by Sol Henaro and Luis Matus

    The Mexican government’s recent reforms on drug procurement have highlighted that HIV education, treatment, and prevention in the country remain inadequate, as the virus continues to affect a significant portion of the population. More importantly, the sociocultural impact of HIV/AIDS has also stagnated in the national imagination. The exhibition “The Seropositive Files (Visualizing HIV in Mexico)” aims to address this imbalance. In its five thematic sections, visitors will be able to see some two hundred documentaries, artworks, records, and mass-media