Inanimate objects take on new significance in Victor Arimondi’s still-lifes, which are among his most intimate work. Arranging the artifacts of his personal life or other objects Arimondi documents his hopes, dreams and regrets. Later in his career, he often used his old photographs as props in still-life collages. One series features photographs of some of his many muses in all their youthful beauty. The photos are combined with AIDS symbols in poignant and somber memorials. Each of the 55 men had died of AIDS.