In January 1994, Sue visited the Galveston (Texas) Hospital at the invitation
of her friend and fellow artist, Dr. Eric Avery.|
The mixed media drawing, Kaposi's Sarcoma, [detail on left] shows Dr. Avery massaging the back of a patient in the late stages of AIDS. On this trip Coe met, interviewed and (with their permission) drew a number of patients. One result of that visit is this portfolio of ten black and white prints: 7 line etchings and 3 photo-etchings (with hand-coloring on the photo-etching titled, Blue Bath). An edition of 40 was published by Sue Coe and Steve Murray, including a cover stock case imprinted with a red toxic waste symbol. The edition is numbered 1/40 - 40/40, on Fabriano paper (13" x 9 5/8"). Plate sizes vary.
| Sue Coe:
To go through the portfolio, select the toxic waste symbol [left].
Select each print image to link to the next print in the portfolio until all 10 have been viewed and you are returned to this page.
Each print is titled. Any text appearing in the print's image is shown in italics below the title.
|Other AIDS related work by Sue Coe |
see also: Kallir, Jane. In the midst of an epidemic: Sue Coe chronicles the time when AIDS was a death sentence, Galerie St. Etienne blog, March 2017.
It's Over, 1998. |
|Through Her Own Eyes, 2006. |
The high cost of abuse and the women who pay the price:
interviews with 6 HIV positive women prisoners
|Sue Coe home page |
Please note: All images in Graphic Witness are for personal enjoyment or educational use. Any other use is prohibited.
|Last update: 28 January 2018|