Nearly a year after Transformer’s December 1, 2010 48-hour storefront screening of an edited version of David Wojnarowicz’s A Fire in My Belly, screened in a direct response to the Smithsonian Institutions’ censorship of a similar work from the National Portrait Gallery’s Hide/Seek exhibition, Transformer is honored to collaborate with NY based Visual AIDS to present Untitled in honor of World Aids Day and Day With(out) Art.
Visual AIDS observes Day With(out) Art / World AIDSDay, December 1, 2011, with simultaneous, free screenings of Untitled throughout New York City and across the United States at 63 major museums, arts organizations, community groups, and colleges, including Creative Time at the IFC Center, New Museum, Whitney Museum of American Art, Guggenheim, Museum of Art and Design, Brooklyn Museum, Gladstone Gallery, Miami Art Museum, De la Cruz Collection Contemporary Art Space, Art Institute of Chicago, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Hammer Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles, Oakland Museum, The Andy Warhol Museum, ICA Philadelphia, Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, Walker Art Center, Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, Tacoma Museum of Art, Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Wexner Center for the Arts among others.
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TRANSFORMER is a Washington, DC based 501 (c) 3 non-profit, artist-centered organization that connects and promotes emerging artists locally, nationally and internationally. Partnering with artists, curators, and cultural institutions, Transformer serves as a catalyst and advocate for emergent expression in the visual arts. Programs and services are designed to help artists grow their audience and patronage while educating them about opportunities for sustainability. Transformer works to strengthen community by supporting emerging artists in their development.