The MTV Staying Alive Foundation presents MTV RE:DEFINE, a benefit art exhibition and auction featuring the work of 3o internationally acclaimed artists, in recognition of the 30th anniversary of the discovery of the Aids virus.
The exhibition will run in Dallas from 16 to 24 September 2011, with 100% of the proceeds from the exhibition and auction going toward the Staying Alive Foundation, which encourages and energises young people involved in HIV/Aids awareness, education and prevention campaigns.
Hosted by the Goss-Michael Foundation and curated by The Future Tense, MTV RE:DEFINE includes the work of contemporary artists, photographers, sculptors and emerging talents.
Each of the 30 exhibition pieces represent a year since the discovery of Aids. For more details about the event, visit their website www.mtvredefine.com.