The American Institute of Graphic Arts is presenting the World AIDS Poster Exhibition in Portland, Oregon, in conjunction with The One Club, a non-profit-making organisation promoting creativity in advertising. A total of 130 posters from 48 countries will be exhibited simultaneously at the galleries of the AIGA and The One Club from 7 March to 6 April. `The collection illuminates the various cultural challenges that exist in promoting the prevention of the spread of the HIV virus,’ says an AIGA spokeswoman. Countries represented include Ghana, Sweden, the Philippines, Zambia and Kuwait. Two separate collections were brought together for the show, one curated in Tokyo and the other in New York.
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