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ArtAids employs art in the fight against Aids. It invites leading artists to produce work dealing with Aids . Here you’ll find a list of artists, museums and institutions involved.

Arts Santa Mònica

Arts Santa Mònica: La Rambla, 7 Dates On the Outside Looking In: 24 November – 6 January

Brummelkamp Galerie, AMC

NL The Brummelkamp Galerie is the most important space used for temporary art exhibitions at the Academic Medical Centre (University of Amsterdam). In 2009, it is one of two venues to present ArtAids’ Cover project. Brummelkamp Galerie

Casa Àsia

Av. Diagonal, 373

Casa Elizalde

Casa Elizalde: C/ València 302 Dates On the Outside Looking In: 1 – 31 December

Centraal Museum

NL The Centraal Museum is the museum of the city of Utrecht. The museum was the first to receive a major long-term loan from Han Nefkens’ H+F Collection. Han Nefkens also collaborates with the museum through H+F Fashion on the Edge, an initiative intended to collect works created at the boundary between art and fashion. In 2008-2009, the Centraal Museum is one of the two venues to present ArtAIds’ Cover project. www.centraalmuseum.nl

Chiang Mai University Art Center

TH The Chiang Mai University Art Center is the main venue for the presentation of ArtAids’ More to Love project in Chiang Mai in 2008. Chiang Mai University Art Center

CRAC Alsace

FR The Centre Rhénan d’Art Contemporain – CRAC Alsace – in Altkirch is a centre for research and creation which presents exhibitions of contemporary art and which has a strong focus on education. CRAC Alsace showed the ArtAids Access for All series in 2004. Two travelling exhibitions from the H+F Collection, The Suspended Moment and So Close/So Far Away, were first shown at the CRAC, in 2005 and 2007 respectively. Both shows were curated by Hilde Teerlinck, then director of CRAC Alsace. www.cracalsace.com

Espai Ubú

Espai Ubú Pl. Prim, 2 Dates On the Outside Looking In: 1 – 31 December

FRAC NPDC

FR The FRAC (Fonds Régional d’Art Contemporain) Nord-Pas de Calais in Dunkirk was founded in 1982. The collection’s director is Hilde Teerlinck. Its primary mission is to build up and manage a collection of international contemporary art, which is actively used in a number of projects and exhibitions in the region, in France and abroad. Han Nefkens has given more than 50 works from his H+F Collection on long-term loan to the FRAC NPDC. Each year through the H+F Curatorial Grant, Han Nefkens enables a young curator to work for 18 months on the realisation of an exhibition at the FRAC NPDC. The FRAC NPDC will collaborate with ArtAids Thailand to present the ArtAids project in the region of Nord-Pas de Calais in 2009. www.fracnpdc.fr

Fries Museum

NL The Fries Museum in Leeuwarden is dedicated to presenting the art and history of the Dutch province of Friesland. In 2006 it was one of the venues for the travelling exhibition of the ArtAids Access for All series. www.friesmuseum.nl

Fundació Suñol

Nivell Zero, Fundació Suñol: C/ Rosselló, 240 Dates for On the outside looking in 1 to 18 of December

Hospital del Mar

Hospital del Mar: Passeig Marítim 25-29

MACBA – Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona

MACBA – Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona: Plaça Àngels 1 Dates On the Outside Looking In: 3 – 6 January

Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen

NL Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen is one of the major museums in the Netherlands. Han Nefkens collaborates with the museum through the H+F Mecenaat, an exclusive partnership intended to stimulate contemporary art and artists on an international level and to introduce them to a new audience. The museum also houses a major long-term loan from Han Nefkens’ H+F Collection. In 2006 Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen was one of the venues for the travelling exhibition of the ArtAids Access for All series. www.boijmans.nl

Museum Het Domein

NL Museum Het Domein is a museum for contemporary art, local history and archaeology in Sittard. In the summer of 2008, it is the final venue for the travelling exhibition of works from the H+F Collection entitled So Close/So Far Away (2007-08). In 2006 Museum Het Domein was one of the venues for the travelling exhibition of the ArtAids Access for All series. www.hetdomein.nl

Museum Jan Cunen

NL Museum Jan Cunen in Oss houses a collection of historical objects but also has a strong focus on contemporary art. In 2006 it was one of the venues for the travelling exhibition of the ArtAids Access for All series. www.museumjancunen.nl

Palau de la Virreina

Palau de la Virreina: La Rambla, 99 Dates On the Outside Looking In: 1 – 31 December

Palau Robert

Jardins Palau Robert: Passeig de Gràcia, 107 Dates On the Outside Looking In: 1 – 31 December

PSG Gallery, Silpakorn University

Bangkok, TH PSG Art Gallery was founded 1987 mainly as a space to support the Faculty of Painting, Sculpture and Graphic Art at Silpakorn University. Sutee Kunavichayanont is its director. Recently PSG has broadened its agenda by hosting numerous international exhibitions, all supported by a comprehensive education programme. In 2006 it was one of three venues in Bangkok to show part of the travelling exhibition of works from the H+F Collection entitled The Suspended Moment. The PSG Gallery is one of the venues for the 2008 More to Love project.

SCB Park Plaza

Bangkok, TH The SCB Park Plaza in Bangkok with its Mahisorn Hall and Thai Bank Museum is one of the venues for the 2008 More to Love project.

Tadu Contemporary Art

TH Tadu Contemporary Art in Bangkok was founded in 1996. Luckana Kunavichayanont is both initiator and curator of Tadu; Apisak Sonjod is curator and director. The gallery hosts a variety of shows in all media with a particular focus on the performing arts. It regularly holds public workshops. In 2006 it was one of three venues in Bangkok to show part of the travelling exhibition of works from the H+F Collection entitled The Suspended Moment. The gallery is one of the venues for the 2008 More to Love project. www.tadu.net

The Art Center, Chulalongkorn University

Bangkok, TH The Art Center of Chulalongkorn University is a leading venue for contemporary art in Thailand. Established by Dr Apinan Posyananda, the Art Center is dedicated to cutting-edge work in the visual arts, curating and visual-arts education. The Art Center is one of the venues for the 2008 More to Love project. www.car.chula.ac.th/art

TK Park

Bangkok, TH The TK Park (Thailand Knowledge Park) is a library with a wide range of books and multimedia learning tools. It also functions as a cultural hub for young people and as a recreational space for a variety of activities. TK Park’s remit is to encourage reading and learning among Thai people. TK Park is one of the venues for the 2008 More to Love project. www.tkpark.or.th

TRC ARC

TH The Thai Red Cross Aids Research Centre (TRCARC) offers HIV testing and counselling services through its Anonymous Clinic, and runs education and awareness campaigns to battle the spread of the epidemic and improve the lives of those living with HIV. The centre conducts research on HIV and clinical interventions under the HIV-NAT programme, and offers many services to help those living with HIV. The Centre is headed by Professor Praphan Phanuphak. www.trcarc.org