The exhibition "HIV/AIDS, the epidemic is not over! "traces the social and political history of AIDS. The fight against the epidemic has revealed situations of inequality and stigmatisation, giving rise to numerous demands for access to treatment and care, the reinforcement of rights, and the visibility of the people and groups affected. By offering both a retrospective and a contemporary view, the exhibition defines itself as a contribution to the fight against HIV/AIDS. Putting AIDS in the museum does not mean burying it; on the contrary, it means reaffirming its relevance, as shown by the title of the exhibition, which takes up a historic slogan of Act Up: the epidemic is not over!