【 Loewe Aids Tee 】控訴社會對同性戀者的排斥
by Natalie Tang | 05 Jun 2018

在90年代,愛滋病問題得到正視,各行各業都加入抵抗病毒的宣傳工作。而Maison Martin Margiela就在 1994 年的秋冬季開始身體力行,推出時裝界首個為

滋病籌款的品牌,在十五年間無間斷於每季推出不同顏色的慈善 AIDS T-Shirt,隨後會把部份收益捐獻給愛滋病機構。

T-shirt 上的口號是:“THERE IS MORE ACTION TO BE DONE TO FIGHT AIDS THAN TO WEAR THIS T-SHIRT BUT IT’S A GOOD START”。但在穿上T-Shirt後不能看到完整的句子意思,這個設計亦希望加強人與人之間的溝通。

來到十五年後的今天,我們有 Loewe 推出四款限量版印有 David Wojnarowicz 作品的 T-shirt ,此限量系列所有收益將捐助「視覺愛滋」(Visual AIDS)藝術組織。

David Wojnarowicz 是畫家、攝影師、電影人和行為藝術家,亦是80年代美國最具代表的藝術界人物,但因同性戀的身份被確家患有愛滋病。在 Wojnarowicz 得知自己患上愛滋病後,他的藝術方同走向極端,以性的象徵、慾望的表現、對公民權利和同性戀者的關注等元素作題,控訴社會對同性戀者的排斥

If you are NYC and have time tomorrow I would love if you could pop by #LOEWE will be launching a special project on 31 May with a fund raising event at Printed Matter Bookstore in New York releasing a limited edition series of T-shirts featuring works by the iconic American artist, writer, filmmaker and activist David Wojnarowicz (1954 - 1992) of which all procedes will be donated to Visual AIDS. Printed Matter, Inc. 231 11th Avenue, New York 31 May 2018, 6:30pm - 9pm. Entry subject to capacity. David Wojnarowicz “Untitled (Face in Dirt)”, 1990 Courtesy/ cortesía: The Estate of David Wojnarowicz and P•P•O•W, New York ©️The Estate of David Wojnarowicz #LOEWEvisualaids #davidwojnarowicz #loewejwa @printedmatterinc @ppowgallery @loewe @visual_aids

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即使他去世多年,他的藝術品仍被天主教組織指責冒犯了天主。但支持的聲音亦不少,因為並不是每個人都有勇氣用一生的名聲去捍衛自己應為對的事,而 Wojnarowicz 卻用盡了他所有的時間憑著美學發聲,勇氣令人敬佩!



LOEWE is proud to announce the release of a limited edition series of T-shirts featuring works by the iconic American artist, writer, filmmaker and activist David Wojnarowicz (1954 - 1992) of which all proceeds will be donated to Visual AIDS. Wojnarowicz became a protagonist of the vibrant local art scene after settling in Manhattan’s East Village in 1978. Many of his works incorporate outsider experiences drawn from his personal history as a gay man. After being diagnosed with AIDS, Wojnarowicz’ art took on a vocal political stance, producing some of the most important and challenging work around the AIDS crisis of the 1980s. His scathing honesty earned the ire of federal authorities, and his work continues to spark controversy and inspire in our own time of growing cultural divisions around critical social issues concerning freedom, justice and equality. Film courtesy of Marion Scemama. See more on loewe.com @printedmatterinc @ppowgallery @loewe @visual_aids #LOEWEvisualAIDS #davidwojnarowicz

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#LOEWE is proud to announce the release of a limited edition series of T-shirts featuring works by the iconic American artist, writer, filmmaker and activist David Wojnarowicz (1954 - 1992) of which all proceeds will be donated to Visual AIDS. Wojnarowicz became a protagonist of the vibrant local art scene after settling in Manhattan’s East Village in 1978. Many of his works incorporate outsider experiences drawn from his personal history as a gay man. After being diagnosed with AIDS, Wojnarowicz’ art took on a vocal political stance, producing some of the most important and challenging work around the AIDS crisis of the 1980s. His scathing honesty earned the ire of federal authorities, and his work continues to spark controversy and inspire in our own time of growing cultural divisions around critical social issues concerning freedom, justice and equality. Film courtesy of Marion Scemama. See more on loewe.com @printedmatterinc @ppowgallery @loewe @visual_aids #LOEWEvisualAIDS #davidwojnarowicz

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Conceived by Creative Director @jonathan.anderson, #LOEWE launches a special project on 31 May with a fund raising event at Printed Matter Bookstore in New York releasing a limited edition series of T-shirts featuring works by the iconic American artist, writer, filmmaker and activist David Wojnarowicz (1954 - 1992) of which all proceeds will be donated to Visual AIDS. Printed Matter, Inc. 231 11th Avenue, New York 31 May 2018, 6:30pm - 9pm Entry subject to capacity. David Wojnarowicz “Untitled (Face in Dirt)”, 1990 Courtesy: The Estate of David Wojnarowicz and P•P•O•W, New York ©The Estate of David Wojnarowicz Shop now on loewe.com Model @paulhameline Photography @hillandaubrey @printedmatterinc @ppowgallery @loewe @visual_aids #LOEWEvisualAIDS #davidwojnarowicz

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