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Visual Impact: On Art, AIDS, and Activism

A public art installation, on view now next to the NYC AIDS Memorial Park on Greenwich Avenue



Take the 1 2 3 F or M trains to 14th St. or the L train to 6th Ave.


Nearest buses: M7, 14A, 14D, and M20.


There is no official NYC AIDS Memorial parking available,
but there are multiple paid-parking locations nearby.


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    About the Memorial Design

    The NYC AIDS Memorial, designed by Studio a + i, is located in the northwest corner of St. Vincent’s Triangle. The Memorial’s granite pavers, designed by world-renowned visual artist Jenny Holzer, features selections from Walt Whitman’s Song of Myself.

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    Thank you for joining us to #LightTheFight. Learn more about our 2018 World AIDS Day Program.

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    Support the Memorial by purchasing a limited edition print

    The New York City AIDS Memorial and are pleased to offer a limited edition print by internationally renowned graphic artist Kobi Benezri. (Photo by Roman Kraft)

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    Explore the rich history of Greenwich Village and the surrounding neighborhoods

    You won’t run out of things to do in the Village—home of the modern LGBT movement. (Photo by James Pond)

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