Saturday December 1st 2018
10 Corso Como Tazzoli
inaugurated the new spaces with a special exhibition
to think differently about who is HIV positive in collaboration with
Fabrizio Sclavi & Friends for ASA, Aids Solidarity Association
to honor the World Day for the Fight against AIDS.
The appeal launched by Fabrizio Sclavi, journalist and illustrator,
was joined by some of the most relevant Italian photographers who generously donated to ASA their new, great works:
Gian Paolo Barbieri, Maria Vittoria Backhaus, Maurizio Galimberti,
Ilaria Facci, Giovanni Gastel, Piero Gemelli, Alessandra Spranzi, Oliviero Toscani and Fabrica,
Paolo Zambaldi and Giosetta Giorgetti, Max Zambelli,
Stefano Zarpellon and Efisio Rocco Marras.
Thanks to Fabrizio Sclavi and Federico Poletti, co-curator of the exhibition Think Positive!
to Massimo Cernuschi, ASA President,
to Marinella, Donatello and the joyful army of the ASA volunteers.
A special thank to the Town of Milan, with the Councillor Pierfrancesco Majorino,
and to the Regione Lombardia that granted their patronage to the exhibition, as well as
to Crescenzi & Co, Manuel Ritz, Tito’s, Valdo, Giorgiana Ravizza
for their exceptional contribution and support.