New York City, NY
United States
West 12th Street & Greenwich Ave. New York City AIDS Memorial at St. Vincent’s Triangle since 1 December 2016
without names
NYC dedicates new AIDS Memorial in Greenwich Village
The white steel and aluminum pavilion was designed by Brooklyn-based studio ai architects.
In 1988, at the height of the AIDS crisis, activist Vito Russo compared the epidemic to trench warfare, a nightmarish battle in which “every time a shell explodes, you look around and you discover that you’ve lost more of your friends, but nobody else notices.”
Photo (c) Anna Fixsen Architectural Record

2 December 2016
Anna Fixsen, New York City