David Wojnarowicz (September 14, 1954 – July 22, 1992) was a painted, photographer, writer, filmmaker, performance artist, and activist who was prominent in the New York City art world of the 1980s.
Wojnarowicz was born in Red Bank, New Jersey in 1954. The product of an extremely difficult childhood brought on by an abusive family life and an emerging sense of his own homosexuality, Wojnarowicz dropped out of high school and was living on the streets by the age of sixteen. He turned to hustling in Times Square. After hitchhiking many times across the U.S. and living for several months in San Francisco and Paris, he settled in New York's East Village in 1978.
Many of Wojnarowicz' works incorporate outsider experiences drawn from his personal history and from stories he heard from the people he met in bus stations and truck stops while hitchhiking. By the late 1970s he had, in his own words, "started developing ideas of making and preserving an authentic version of history in the form of images/writings/objects that would contest state-supported forms of 'history.'" In such diverse works as Sounds in the Distance (1982), a collection of monologues from "people who lived and worked in the streets" and The Weight of the Earth, Part I & II (1988), an arrangement of black-and-white photographs taken during his travels and life in New York, Wojnarowicz continually returned to the personal voices of individuals stigmatized by society.
A member of the first wave of East Village artists, Wojnarowicz began showing his work during the early 1980s in such now-legendary spaces as Civilian Warfare, Club 57, Gracie Mansion, Fashion Moda, and the Limbo Lounge. He gained prominence through his inclusion in the 1985 Whitney Biennial, and was soon showing in numerous museum and gallery exhibitions throughout the United States, Europe and Latin America.
In the late 1980s, after he was diagnosed with AIDS, Wojnarowicz' art took on a sharply political edge, and soon he was entangled in highly public debates about medical research and funding, morality and censorship in the arts, and the legal rights of artists. Wojnarowicz challenged the nature of pubic arts funding at the National Endowment for the Arts, and initiated litigation against the American Family Association of Tupelo, Mississippi, an anti-pornography political action group that Wojnarowicz accused of misrepresenting his art and damaging his reputation. He won the lawsuit.
Wojnarowicz died of AIDS-related illness in New York City in 1992, at the age of 37. He is the author of five books. His artwork is in numerous private and public collections including the Museum of Modern Art, New York, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. The Estate of David Wojnarowicz represented by PPOW.
Born in New Jersey, USA
—Spirituality, An Exhibition of Selected Work by David Wojnarowicz, P•P•O•W Gallery, New York, NY.
— David Wojnarowicz Works, Supportico Lopez, Berlin, Germany.
— Rimbaud in New York, CABINET, London, England.
— David Wojnarowicz, Between Bridges, London, England.
— Out of Silence: Artworks with Original Text by David Wojnarowicz, P·P·O·W Gallery, New York, NY.
— Rimbaud in New York, Roth Horowitz, New York, NY.
— Fever: The Art of David Wojnarowicz, New Museum, New York, NY.
— David Wojnarowicz: Iconographer, Adam Baumgold Fine Art, New York, NY.
— Some Sort of Grace: A Relationship, P·P·O·W Gallery, New York, NY.
— Reality and Realism: The Vision of David Wojnarowicz, Fales Library, New York University, New York, NY.
— David Wojnarowicz, My Brain is Driving Me Crazy, The American Center, Paris, France.
— David Wojnarowicz, Gallery 44 Center for Contemporary Photography, Toronto, ON, Canada.
— Hal Bromm Gallery, New York, NY.
— Brushfires in the Social Landscape, P·P·O·W Gallery, New York, NY.
— 7 Miles a Second - a collaborative comic book by David Wojnarowicz and James Romberger, P·P·O·W Gallery, New York, NY.
— In the Garden, Intermedia Arts, Minneapolis, MN.
— David Wojnarowicz: Tongues of Flame, Curated by Barry Blinderman, University Galleries, Illinois State University, Normal, IL;
— Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, CA
— Exit Art, New York, NY
— Dorothy Goldeen Gallery, Santa Monica, CA.
— In the Garden, P·P·O·W Gallery, New York, NY.
— One Person Exhibition, Dorothy Goldeen Gallery, Santa Monica, CA.
— New Work, P·P·O·W Gallery, New York, NY.
— Galeria Buades, Madrid, Spain.
— Ground Zero Gallery, New York, NY.
— Gracie Mansion Gallery, New York, NY.
— Cartier Foundation, Paris, France.
— Anna Friebe Galerie, Cologne, West Germany.
— Gracie Mansion Gallery, New York, NY.
— Messages to the Public, Times Square Spectacolor Board, New York, NY.
— C.A.U.C., Buenos Aires, Argentina.
— Civilian Warfare, New York, NY.
— Anna Friebe Galerie, Cologne, West Germany.
— Gracie Mansion, New York, NY.
— Hal Bromm Gallery, New York, NY.
— Civilian Warfare, New York, NY.
— Milliken Gallery, New York, NY.
—The Art Show, New York, NY
—Crossing Houston, Smart Clothes Gallery, New York NY
—B-OUT, Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York, NY
—You Killed Me First: The Cinema of Transgression, KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin Germany
—Fleshing Out the Grid, The Art Show (The Art Dealers Association), The Park Avenue Armory, New York NY
—When Cancellations Become Form, The Center for the Book Arts, New York NY
—I Am A Cliché: Ecos da Estetica Punk, Ministry of Culture and Bank of Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
—Mixed Messages: A(I)DS, Art + Words, La MaMa La Galleria, New York, NY
—Art, Access and Decay: 1975-1985, Subliminal Projects Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
—Unsettled: Photography and Politics in Contemporary Art, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA
—Vision is Elastic. Thought is Elastic. Murray Guy, New York, NY.
—Substitute Teacher, Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta, GA
—Living in Evolution, Busan Museum of Modern Art, Busan, Korea
—Love's Body 2, Sexuality in the Age of AIDS, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Tokyo, Japan
—I Am a Cliché, Echoes of the Punk Aesthetic, Les Rencontres Internationales de la Photographie, Arles, France
—, National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC
—Mixed Use, Manhattan: Photography and Related Practices, 1970s to the Present, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte, Reina Sofia, Madrid, Spain
—Downtown Pix: Mining the Fales Archives, Grey Art Gallery, New York, NY
—RIMBAUDMANIA, The eternity of an icon, Galerie des Bibliothèques, Paris, France
—Everywhere. LGBTQ Politics in Art, Centro Galego de Arte Contemporanea, Santiago de Compostela, Spain
—Street Art, Street Life, Bronx Musuem, Bronx, NY
—Person of the Crowd, Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, NY
—Art Chicago Contemporary Art Fair, P.P.O.W., Chicago, IL.
—Self Portraits 1993-2008, James Fuentes LLC, New York, NY.
—30, Hal Bromm Gallery, New York, NY
— Legends Altered-Maps as Method and Medium, Carrie Secrist Gallery, Chicago IL.
— PULSE London Art Fair, Mary Ward House, London, England
— The Price of Nothing: The Real Estate Show, EFA Gallery, New York, NY
— NeoIntergrity, Derek Eller, New York, NY
— Le Regard Bleu D' Arthur Rimbaud, Musee Arthur Rimbaud, Charleville-Mezieres, France
— Panic Attack! Art in the Punk Years, Barbican Art Gallery, London, UK
— Altered, Stitched, and Gathered, P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City, NY
— Big City Fall, P·P·O·W Gallery, New York, NY
— Rings of Saturn, Tate Modern, London, England.
— Into Me/Out of Me, P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City, NY.
— Down By Law, a Wrong Gallery Project for the 2006 Whitney Biennial: Day for Night, New York, NY.
— The Gay Science: Moving Pictures and Living Money, Cabinet, London, England.
— The Eighth Square: Gender, Life, and Desire in Art since 1960, curated by Frank Wagner and Kasper Köenig, Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Germany.
— The Downtown Show: The New York Art Scene, 1974-1984, Grey Art Gallery and Fales Library, New York University, New York, NY.
— New York, New York: Fifty Years of Art, Architecture, Film, Music, and Video, curated by Germano Celant and Lisa Dennison of the Guggenheim Museum, Grimaldi Forum, Monaco, France.
— Gender, Life, and Desire in the Visual Arts since 1960 : A Queer Show, curated by Frank Wagner and Kasper Köenig Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Germany.
— Looking at Words: The Formal Presence of Text in Modern and Contemporary Works on Paper, Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York, NY.
—Take Two Worlds and Views: Contemporary Art from the Collection, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY.
— Jesus Christ Superstar: 140 years of Jesus Christ in photography, Bruce Silverstein, New York, NY.
— Exceeding Paint/Expanding Painting, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY.
— It's a rough world, how's your armor?, thebody.com (online exhibition).
— East Village USA, New Museum, New York, NY.
— Off the Wall, Bruce Museum, CT.
— The Armory Show, P·P·O·W booth, New York, NY.
— Crimes and Misdemeanors: Politics in U.S. Art of the 1980's, Lois and Richard Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art, Cincinnati, OH.
— Saint Sebastian, Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria.
— Walking in the City, Apexart Curatorial Program, New York, NY and Kunsthalle Fridericianum, Kassel, Switzerland.
— Artist's Choice: Mona Hatoum, Here is Elsewhere, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY.
— Basel Miami Beach Art fair, P·P·O·W, Miami Beach, FL.
— Howl Festival, The Proposition, New York, NY.
— Recovering the Positive: Originals, Aronson Gallery, Parson's School of Design, New York, NY.
— Subject Matters, Kravets/Wehby Gallery, New York, NY.
— The Culture Of Violence, University Gallery, UMASS Amherst, MA.
— Art and Outrage, Robert Miller Gallery, New York, NY.
— Social Landscape, P·P·O·W Gallery, New York, NY.
— Visions of America: Photographs from the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1994-2001, The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY.
— With and Without You: Re-visitations of Art in the Age of AIDS, curated by Royce Smith, Ivan Dougherty Gallery & Sydney 2002 Gay Games.
— The Culture of Violence, University Gallery, University of Massachusetts Amherst, MA.
— Crisis Response, The RISD Museum of Art, Providence, RI.
— Corpus Christi: Photographic Representations of Christ 1855 - 2002, Paris, France and Jerusalem, Israel.
— Panic, Julie Saul, New York, NY.
— STRIKE! Printmakers as Social Critics, Gallery of Contemporary Art, Lewis & Clark College, Portland, OR.
— Read all About It, Greg Kucera Gallery, Seattle, WA.
— The South Bronx Story, The Point, Bronx, NY.
— Heaven is a Place in Your Head..., Blue Heron Arts Center, New York, NY.
— True Myth, a play written and directed by Christopher Eaves, adapted from the life and writings of David Wojnarowicz, Blue Heron Arts Center, New York, NY.
— Featured Works VI: David Wojnarowicz- Earth and Wind, Fire and Water, Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, IL.
— Finding AIDS: Representations, Parson's School of Design, New York, NY.
— The End: An Independent Vision of Contemporary Culture,1982-2000, Exit Art, New York, NY.
— Horse: The Male As Sexual Entity, Ron Judish Fine Arts, Denver, CO.
— Odd Bodies, The National Gallery of Canada, The Nickle Arts Museum, University of Calgary, Calgary, Canada.
— On The Edge, El Paso Museum of Art, El Paso, TX.
— True West, curated by Jason Murison, P·P·O·W Gallery, New York, NY.
— Persuasion, curated by Lea Fried and Roxana Marcoci, Lombard-Fried Fine Arts, New York, NY.
— Love's Body - Rethinking Naked and Nude in Photography, Suntory Museum, Osaka, Japan.
— The Boys Go Off to War, Gracie Mansion Gallery, New York, NY.
— Radiant Children: Art of the East Village - 1980's, curated by Jonathan Weinburg and Joel Handorff, Lamia Ink!, New York, NY.
— Botanica: Contemporary art and the world of plants, Tweed Museum of Art, University of Minnesota, Duluth.
— Plains Art Museum, Fargo, ND
— Illinois State University, Normal, IL
— Carleton College Art Gallery, Northfield, MN
— Alexandria Museum of Art, Alexandria, LA
— Tarble Arts Center, Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL
— Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, IL
— University Gallery, University of Delaware, Newark, DE
— Potent Present: Vicki and Kent Logan Collection, Logan Galleries, California College of Arts and Crafts, San Francisco, CA.
— Taboo: Repression and Revolt in Modern Art, Galerie St. Etienne, New York, NY.
— Text and Territory: Navigating through Immigration and Dislocation, University Galleries, Illinois State University, Normal, IL.
— Love's Body: Rethinking Naked and Nude in Photography, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Tokyo, Japan.
— Male, curated by Vince Aletti, Wessel O'Connor Gallery, New York, NY.
— Of Blood and Affection: Family Post Mortem Documents, Gallery TPW, Toronto, ON, Canada.
— Arts Communities/AIDS Communities: Realizing the Archive Project, Boston Center for the Arts, Boston, MA.
— Cultural Economies: Histories from the Alternative Arts Movement, NYC, organized by Julie Ault, The Drawing Center, New York, NY.
— Reto Flury und David Wojnarowicz, Galerie Peter Kilchman, Zürich, Switzerland.
— Arts' Communitie/Aids' Communities: Realizing the Archive Project, Boston Center for the Arts, Boston, MA.
— Sex and Crime:Von Den Verhaltnissen Der Menschen, Sprengel Museum Hannover, Germany.
— Cultural Economies: Histories from the Alternative Arts Movement, NYC, The Drawing Center, New York, NY.
— Thinking Print: Books to Billboards, 1980-95, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY.
— Transforming the Social Order, Tyler Galleries, Tyler School of Arts, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA.
— Under Construction: Rethinking Images of Identity, curated by Michael Anderson and Sue Spaid, Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena, CA,
— Sites of Being, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA.
— Alternatives: 20 Years of Hallwalls Contemporary Art, Burchfield-Penney Art Center, Buffalo State College, Buffalo, NY.
— Face Forward: Self-Portraiture in Contemporary Art, John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI.
— Male Desire: Homoerotic Images in 20th-Century American Art, Mary Ryan Gallery, New York, NY.
— Welt-Moral: Moralvorstellungen in der Kunst heute, curated by Thomas Kellein, Kunsthalle Basel, Basel, Switzerland
— What You See..., Con Rumore, Breda, The Netherlands.
— Figure as Fiction, Contemporary Art Center, Cincinnatti, OH.
— Three Person Exhibition, Revolution, Ferndale, MI.
— Significant Losses, Artists Who Have Died From AIDS, The Art Gallery at the University of Maryland at College Park, College Park, MD.
— Love, Life and Death, Le FNAC, France; Traveled to different branches of le FNAC in Spain and France until 1996.
— States of Loss, Jersey City Museum, Jersey City, NJ.
— The Subject of Rape, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY.
— Abject Art: Repulsion and Desire in American Art, Whitney Museum of Art, New York, NY.
— Multiple Images: Photographs Since 1965 from the Collection, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY.
— ITSOFOMO, 7th Annual Bang on a Can Festival, The Kitchen, New York, NY.
— Tema: AIDS, Henie-Onstad Kunstsenter Høvikodden, Oslo, Norway.
— Beyond Loss: Art in the Era of AIDS, Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, DC.
— The Order of Things: Toward A Politic Of Still Life, John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI.
— Corporal Politics, MIT List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge, MA.
— Photography: Expanding the Collection, Whitney Museum of Art, New York, NY.
— Empowering the Viewer: Art, Politics and Community
— The William Benton Museum of Art, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT
— Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Elkins Park, PA.
— Scandal, Outrage & Censorship: Controversy in Modern Art, Galerie St. Etienne, New York.
— More Than One Photography, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY.
— Recent Acquisitions: Photography, The New York Public Library, New York, NY.
— The Power of the City/the City of Power, Whitney Museum of American Art, Downtown at Federal Reserve Plaza, New York, NY.
— Gegenarstellung-Ethics/Aesthetics in Times of AIDS, Kunstverein, Hamburg, Kunsthalle, Luzern, Switzerland; traveled to additional venues.
— Re-Framing Cartoons, Wexner Center for the Arts, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH.
— New York AIDS Polemics, TRAMWAY, Glasgow, Scotland.
— The Realm of the Coin: Money in Contemporary Art, Hofstra Museum, Traveled to:
Laguna Gloria Art Museum, Austin, TX
Queens Museum of Art, Flushing, NY
Fullerton Museum Center, Fullerton, CA
Hyde Collection, Glen Falls, NY
Chicago Public Library, Chicago, IL
Salina Art Center, Salina, KS
Columbia Museum of Art, Columbia, SC
Barton County Community College, Great Bend, KS
Sangre de Cristo Arts Center Museum, Pueblo, CO
— Departures: Photography 1923-1990, curated by Independent Curators Incorporated, New York,
Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Art Gallery, College of the Holy Cross, Worcester,MA
Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO
Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, NE
Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Pittsburgh, PA
The Goldie Paley Gallery at Moore College of Art & Design, Philadelphia, PA
Telfair Academy of Arts & Sciences, Savannah, GA.
— From Media to Metaphor: Art About AIDS, curated by Robert Atkins and Tom Sokolowski, organized by Independent Curators Incorporated.
— Emerson Gallery, Hamilton College, Clinton, NY
— Center on Contemporary Art, Seattle, WA
— Sharidan Art Gallery, Kutztown, PA
— Musee d'art Contemporain, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
— Grey Art Gallery, New York, NY.
— The Figure in the Landscape, Baumgartner Galleries, Washington, DC.
— From Desire...A Queer Diary, curated by Nan Goldin, Richard F. Brush Art Gallery, Canton, New York.
— Whitney Biennial, The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY.
— The Art of Advocacy, The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT.
— Hands Off!, The New School for Social Research, New York, NY.
— Tableaux Du SIDA, Fondation Deutsch, Belmont-Sur-Lausanne, France.
— The Third Rail, curated by Karin Bravin, John Post Lee Gallery, New York, NY.
— Compassion and Protest: Recent Social and Political Art from the Eli Broad Family Foundation Collection, San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA.
— American Narrative Painting and Sculpture: the 1980's, Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn, NY.
— Cruciformed: Images of the Cross since 1980, curated by David Rubin, Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, Cleveland, OH.
— Social Sculpture, curated by Steven Harvey and Elyse Cheney, Vrej Baghoomian Gallery, New York, NY.
— The Interrupted Life, The New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, NY.
— Outrageous Desire: The Politics and Aesthetics of Representation in Recent Works by Lesbian and Gay Artists, Rutgers University, Mason Gross School of the Arts, New Brunswick, NJ.
— Awarded Louis Comfort Tiffany Award.
— Art of the 1980's Selections from the Collection of Eli Broad Foundation, Duke University Museum of Art, Durham, NC.
—Domenikos Theotokopoulos-A Dialogue, Philippe Briet Gallery, NY.
—Fuel, curated by Jay Younger, traveled to: The Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, Australia; The Australia Centre for Photography, Sydney, Australia; The Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melboutne, Australia
—Retrospective Exhibition, David Wojnarowicz: Tongues of Flame, curated by Barry Blinderman, University Galleries
—Illinois State University, Normal, IL
—Santa Monica Museum of Art, August to September, Santa Monica, CA
—Exit Art, New York, NY,
—Strategies in Photography, Deson-Saunders Gallery, Chicago, IL.
—The Indomitable Spirit
—The International Center of Photography Midtown, February 9 - April 7, New York, NY
—The Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
—auctioned at Sotheby's.
—Life Before Art: Images From The Age of AIDS, Carlo Lamagna Gallery, New York, NY.
—Images of Death in Contemporary Art, Patrick and Beatrice Haggerty Museum of Art, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI.
—Ubers Sofa - Auf Die Strasse!, Neuen Gesellschaft fur Bildende Kunst, Berlin, Germany.
—NATURE/nature, Gallery 400, The University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL.
—Assembled, University Art Galleries, Wright State University, Dayton, OH.
—Joint Ventures, Artists Space, New York, NY.
—Emulsionally Involved: Ten Photographers Respond to AIDS, IMAGES, Cincinnati, OH.
—Critical Realism, Perspektief, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
—The Decade Show: Frameworks of Identity in the 1980's, The New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, NY.
—Word As Image, Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, WI.
—Inside the Beast, Charles Lucien Gallery, New York, NY.
—The Last Decade: American Artists of the 80's, curated by Collins & Milazzo, Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York, NY.
—AIDS Timeline, curated by Group Material, Wadsworth Athenium, Hartford, CT.
—Queer, Wessel O'Connor Gallery, New York, NY.
—AIDS/SIDA, Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT.
—The New School Collects: Recent Acquisitions, curated by Kathleen Goncharov, Exhibition Center, Parsons School of Design, New York, NY.
—I Bienal De Pintura, Cultural Rioja, Logkono Enero, Spain.
—Golden Opportunity: the sale of major artworks to benefit resettlement of refugees in El Salvador, Leo Castelli, New York, NY.
—Ulteriors, Lisa McDonald Gallery, New York, NY.
—Witnesses: Against Our Vanishing, curated by Nan Goldin, Artist's Space, New York, NY.
—The Assembled Photograph, University Art Galleries, Wright State University, Dayton, OH.
—Departures: Photography 1924-89, Hirschl & Adler Modern, New York, NY.
—New Work, P·P·O·W, New York, NY.
—Art About Aids, Freedman Gallery, Albright College, Reading, PA.
—PERFORMANCE - "ITSOFOMO: In the Shadow of Forward Motion, by Ben Neill and David Wojnarowicz, The Kitchen, New York, NY.
—Art on Paper, 1989, Weatherspoon Art Gallery, the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, NC.
—AIDS Timeline, Group Exhibition, University Art Museum Berkeley, University of California at Berkeley, curated by Group Material.
—Products and Promotion, Franklin Furnace, New York, NY.
—Unknown Secrets: Art and the Rosenberg Era
—University of Colorada Art Galleries, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO
—Installation Gallery, San Diego, CA
—Brunnier Gallery and Museum, Iowa State University, Ames, IA
—Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
—Gray Gallery, East Carolina State University, Greenville, NC
—University Gallery, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH
—Johnson Center for the Arts Gallery, Muhlenberg College, Allentown, PA
—Museum of Art, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA
—Anderson Gallery, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA
—The Wolf at the Door, Harwock College, Oneonta, NY.
—Street Art, Boca Raton Museum, Boca Raton, FL.
—Billboards, Littlejohn-Smith Gallery, New York, NY.
—Dislocations, curated by Don Hanson, New York, NY.
—Small Works, Gracie Mansion Gallery, New York, NY.
—Still Trauma, Milford, NY.
—Art Against AIDS, Gracie Mansion Gallery, New York, NY.
—Exposed and Enveloped, Laurence Miller Gallery, New York, NY.
—Group Exhibition, Gracie Mansion Gallery, New York, NY.
—Group Exhibition, Anna Friebe Galerie, Cologne, West Germany.
—Group Exhibition, Greene Gallery, Coral Gables, FL.
—Group Exhibition, Hal Bromm Gallery, New York, NY.
—Group Exhibition, Scott Hanson Gallery, New York, NY.
—Group Exhibition, Karl Bornstein Gallery, Santa Monica, CA.
—Redtape Magazine Benefit, E.M. Donahue Gallery, New York, NY.
—The All Natural Disaster Show, The Bronx Council on the Arts, New York, NY.
—The East Village, Fashion Institute of Technology, New York, NY.
—A Survey of Recent Trends in East Village Art, Mori Gallery, Sydney, Australia
—George Paton Gallery, University of Melbourne, Australia.
—In the Tropics, The Bronx Council on the Arts, New York, NY.
—Homage to Nicolas A. Moufarrege, Gabrielle Bryers Gallery, New York, NY.
—Toys Art Us, Bronx Council on the Arts, Bronx, NY.
—Accrochage, Anna Friebe Galerie, Cologne, West Germany.
—Ultime, Castello Di Volpaia, Italy.
—Four American Artists, Stockholm Mobile, Stockholm, Sweden
—Favle Museum of Contemporary Art
—Ornskoldsviks Museum of Contemporary Art
—Umea New Culture Center
—Boras Contemporary Art Center.
—Of the Street, Aspen Museum of Art, and the University of Colorado at Boulder Art Gallery, Boulder, CO.
—Walls: Glier, Rodriguez, Wojnarowicz, Norton Gallery of Art, West Palm Beach, FL.
—Illumination: The Art of Your Future, Arte et Industrie, New York, NY.
—Potpourri, Terra Artis Gallery, New York, NY.
—Eight Urban Painters, State University of New York at Stony Brook, NY.
—America, Albert Totah Gallery, New York, NY.
—Fresh, DiLaurenti Gallery, New York, NY.
—Annual Auction, National Abortion Rights League Auction, New York, NY.
—Sounds in the Distance, a play by David Wojnarowicz, adapted and directed by Allen Frame, Bill Rice's Garden, New York, NY.
—Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY.
—Anchorage, Installation, Brooklyn Dock, Brooklyn, NY.
—Anniottanta, Bologna, Imola, Ravenna, Rimini, Italy.
—#2 Smart Art Too, 55 Mercer Street Gallery, New York, NY.
—Three Person Show, T. Greathouse Gallery, collaboration with marion S. and Greer Lankton, New York, NY.
—Graffiti and East Village Artists, Libriazzi Gallery, New York, NY.
—Artists Currently in Residence, The Clocktower, New York, NY.
—East Village?Sampler, Jones Troyer Gallery, Washington DC.
—Recommendations, '85, Kamikaze, New York, NY.
—PrintsPhoenix City Art Gallery, San Francisco, CA.
—Creative Time's Art in the Anchorage, Brooklyn, NY.
—New York/New Art, Vorpal Gallery, San Francisco, CA
—The Cracked Mirror Show, NADA Gallery, New York, NY.
—Group Show, Palladium, New York, NY.
—57th St. Between A and D, Holly Solomon Gallery, New York, NY.
—Investigations Series, ICA, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA.
—Getting Off, Civilian Warfare, New York, NY.
—A Brave New World, A New Generation, Exposition Hall of Charlottenborg, Copenhagen, Denmark.
—You Killed Me First Installation #8, collaboration with Richard Kern, Ground Zero, New York, NY.
—Benefit for the Kitchen, Brooke Alexander, New York, NY.
—Out of the Ooo Cloud: Artists Salute the Return of Halley's Comet, Edith C. Blum Art Institute, The Bard College Center, NY.
—Group Show, Anna Friebe Galerie, Koln, West Germany.
—6 Artists from the East Village on Main Street, The Kentucky Lithograph Building, Louisville, KY.
—Hard Cold Facts, B-Side Gallery, New York, NY.
—Selections from Ed Cauduro's Collection, Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR
—The Discovery of America, Wessel O'Connor Gallery, Rome
—Watercolors, Steven Adams Gallery, New York, NY
—Season's Greetings, Zero One Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
—East Village, Greene Gallery, Coconut Grove, FL
—East Village Artists, curated by Margo Crutchfield, Virginia Museum of Fine Art, VA.
—Gracie Mansion Gallery, New York, NY.
—Neo York, curated by Phyllis Plous University Art Museum, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA.
—Modern Masks, curated by Susan Lubowsky, Whitney Museum of American Art at Philip Morris, New York, NY.
—Acid Show, Sensory Evolution Gallery, curated by James Romberger, New York, NY.
—Indigestion, P.P.O.W, New York, NY.
—Fay Gold Gallery, Atlanta, GA.
—Windows on 15th Street, Installation, New York, NY.
—The East Village Scene, Institute of Contemporary Art, curated by Janet Kardon, Philadelphia, PA.
—Romance and Catastrophe, Zellermeyer Gallerie, Berlin, West Germany.
—New York New, Nello Studio di Corrado Levi, curated by Carlo McCormick and Manuela Filiaci, Milan, Italy.
—North by Northwest, curated by Steven L. Kaplan, Frank Bernaducci Gallery, New York, NY.
—Vote/Veto, ABC No Rio, New York, NY.
—Peter Miller Gallery, Chicago, IL.
—New Narrative Paintings from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museo Tamayo, Mexico City, Mexico.
—Desde New York: 37 Pintores del East Village, Juan B. Castagnino: Museo Municipal de Bellas Artes, Pellegrini, Argentina.
—Sculpture, Anna Friebe Galerie, Cologne, West Germany.
—L.A.C.E., Los Angeles, CA.
—51X Gallery Installation with Judy Rifka, Futura 2000 and Rich Collicchio.
—New Galleries of the Lower East Side, Artists' Space, New York, NY.
—Best of the East Village, American Graffiti Gallery, Amsterdam, Holland.
—25,000 Sculptors from Across the U.S.A., Civilian Warfare, New York, NY.
—Soon to be a Major Motion Picture, T. Greathouse Gallery, New York, NY.
—Portrayals, P.S. 1, curated by Jeffrey Deitch, Long Island City, NY.
—The East Village, Newport Harbor Art Museum, Newport Harbor, CA.
—Fit to be Tied, Civilian Warfare, New York, NY.
—Paintings and Sculpture 1984, Indianapolis Museum of Art, IN.
—Too Young for Vietnam, White Columns, curated by Carlo McCormick and Thomas Solomon, New York, NY.
—Limbo, curated by Carlo McCormick, P.S. 1, Long Island City, NY.
—Totem, curated by Steven Kaplan, Charles Cowles Gallery, Bonnier Gallery and Germans van Eck, New York, NY.
—East Village, Anna Friebe Galerie, Cologne, West Germany.
—Studio Program Exhibiton: 37 Artists, The Clocktower, New York, NY.
—Salon Show, Gracie Mansion Gallery, New York, NY.
—Gracie Mansion Presents, Kamikaze, New York, NY.
—RECORD - 3 Teens Kill 4, no motive, LP Point Blank Records, January.
—PLAY - Sounds in the Distance, by David Wojnarowicz, adapted and directed by Allen Frame, Bill Rice's Garden, New York, Berlin, BACA Downtown, Brooklyn, NY.
—Sex Show, Sharpe Gallery, New York, NY.
—Underdog, East 7th Street Gallery, New York, NY.
—The Terminal Show, Brooklyn Terminal, New York, NY.
—Sofa/Painting, Gracie Mansion Gallery, New York, NY.
—Soup Kitchen Benefit, Fashion Moda, Brooklyn, NY.
—From the Streets, Greenville County Museum of Art, South Carolina.
—Saint, Harm Bouckaert Gallery, New York, NY.
—Urban Pulses, on-site installation with Keith Haring, John Fekner, Michael Smith and Jenny Holzer, Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, PA.
—Summer Show, Hal Bromm Gallery, New York, NY.
—Acid Paintings, Limbo Lounge, in collaboration with Luis Frangella, New York, NY.
—Prints and Drawings for Collectors, curated by Bill Radaw Cleveland Contemporary Art Center, Cleveland, OH.
—Speed Trials, White Columns, New York, NY.
—Running '83, International Running Center, New York, NY.
—Intoxication, curated by Nicholas Moufarrege Monique Knowlton Gallery, New York, NY.
—3 Part Variety, Milliken Gallery (co-curated), New York, NY.
—Wardline Pier Project, organized by Mike Bidlo and David Wojnarowicz, New York, NY.
—Fast, Milliken Gallery, New York, NY.
—Hunger Show, Gallery 345, New York, NY.
—Beast Show - Cacabunnies, action installation, P.S.1, Long Island City, NY.
—3 Person Show, Civilian Warfare Gallery, New York, NY.
—Famous Show, Gracie Mansion Gallery, New York, NY.
—COLAB Show, Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York, NY.
—Group Show, Lucky Strike Gallery, New York, NY.
—Raw Edge, Cheltenham Art Center, Cheltenham, PA.
—Gracie Mansion at Inroads, Inroads Gallery, New York, NY.
—Street: Image Brawl (PADD), Franklin Furnace, New York, NY.
—Lower Manhattan Drawing Show, curated by Keith Haring, Mudd Club, New York, NY.
—Erotic Show, Club 57, New York, NY.
—Hunger, Leo Castelli's Staircase, action installation with Julie Hair, 420 West Broadway, New York, NY.
—Louis Comfort Tiffany Award
—Aperture Number 205. Where I'll Go After I'm Gone, 1988-89 (Page 50-51) and Fever, 1988-89 (Page 53) in the article "The Lives of the Saints" by Charles Bowden, pages 50-57
—Rothfuss, Joan. Eiko & Koma, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN. 2011. p 64.
—Heartney, Eleanor, "David Wojnarowicz P.P.O.W.", Art In America, June/July, 2011.
— L. Rooney, Kara, "David Wojnarowicz Spirituality", The Brooklyn Rail, April 2011
—Cembalest, Robin, "Should Curating Be Crowdsourced?", Artnews, April 2011
—"Philadelphia Museum of Art Presents Unsettled: Photography and Politics in Contemporary Art," Philamuseum.org, March 30, 2011.
—Storr, Robert. "Rights & Wrongs". Frieze Magazine, March 2011. p. 15.
—Wyplewski, Joann, "The Upside of Censorship", The Nation, March 7, 2011.
—Catton, Pia. "Censored, Censored, but Never Forgotten, Rescuing the Legacy of a Controversial New York Artist". The Wall Street Journal. March 3, 2011
—Urban, Otto. Decadence Now! Visions of Excess, Arbor Vitae, 2010. p. 3-5.
—Schwendener, Martha. "Gritty, Mostly Male and White: Art Review", The New York Times, January 14, 2010.
—Love's Body: Art in the Age of AIDS. October-December 2010. p. 68-69; 163-165.
—"Exhibition 'Queer Identity' Requires Unusual Preparations," Houston Chronicle. June 18, 2010.
—Because We Are, Station Museum of Contemporary Art. p. 4-5.
—Rimbaud Mania. April 2010. p. 125-127.
—Putnam, Adam. Into the Abyss. p. 49.
—Street Art Street Life: From the 1950s to Now, Aperture, New York, NY. 2008. P. 53.
—More To Love: The art of Living Together, ARTAIDS, Thailand, 2008, p.32.
—Lewisohn, Cedar. The Graffiti Revolution. Tate Publishing, Millbank, London, UK. 2008. p 76
—reproduction Abandoned warehouse, Hudson River, New York City, 1983.
—ARTWORKS: The Progressive Collection, D.A.P. New York, NY. 2007. Reproduction of Self Portrait as a Chicken Lady. P.166.
—Patt, Lise. Searching for Sebald: Photography after W.G. Sebald. The Institute of Cultural Inquiry, Los Angeles, CA. 2007. p 21 reproduction of Arthur Rimbaud in New York (Duchamp).
—Nelson, Maggie. Women, The New York Studio School, and other True Abstractions, Iowa, Iowa City 2007. p. 209 reproduction of Arthur Rimbaud in New York (masturbating).
—Rimbaud , Arthur. Poemes et correspondence choisis. La bibiotheque Gallimard, Paris, France. 2007. (Front Cover Reproduction: detail Arthur Rimbaud in New York).
—Schor, Gabriele. Held Together with Water: Art from the Sammlung Verbund. Hatje Cantz, Ostfildern, Germany. 2007. p. 94- 101.
—Langer, Cassandra. "Portraits of an Artist after His Demise," The Gay & Lesbian Review/worldwide. May/June 2007. p. 38.
—Scheinman, Pamela. "Altered, Stitched, and Gathered," Fiberarts. April/May, 2007. p. 52-53.
—Ambrosino, Giancarlo, Ed. David Wojnarowicz: A Definitive History of Five or Six Years on the Lower East Side. Semiotext(e, New York. 2006.
—New York, New York: Fifty Years of Art, Architecture, Cinema, Performance, Photography, and Video. Eds. Germano Celant and Lisa Dennison. Skira, Milano 2006.
—Bonham-Carter, Charlotte. Review. Art Review. August 2006, issue 2. p. 135.
—Wood, Catherine. David Wojnarowicz. Frieze. Issue 100, June/July/August 2006.
—The Downtown Book: The New York Art Scene, 1974-1984. ed. Marvin J. Taylor. Princeton University Press, Princeton
—Jones, Karen E. "Exceeding Paint/Expanding Painting: Medium, Method, and Practice," Exceeding Paint/Expanding Painting. Catalog Essay. Pratt Institute, 2006.
—Jacques, Melissa. "Making Cruising Dwelling: Motion as shelter in the work of David Wojnarowicz," Performance Research, volume 10, no. 4, Dec. 2005, pg. 155-169
—Hirsch, Faye, Review, Art in America, April, p.143-144
—Schjeldahl, Peter. That Eighties Show: Revisiting the East Village, New Yorker, Jan 24-31, p. 94-95.
—Stevens, Mark, Everything Went, New York Magazine, January 3, 2005. P76-77.
—Natural History, work to accompany article: "Launching the Right Stuff", April 4, 2004, p. 16.
—Sebastian, Heiliger, A Splendid Readiness for Death, Nov.14 - Feb. 15, 2004, Kunsthalle Wien
—Wojnarowicz, David, Mémoires d'une désagrégation, French translation of Memoirs of Disintegration, Le Serpent à Plumes
—Art Through the Ages, reproduction of When I Put My Hands on Your Body
—Heartney, Eleanor. Postmodern Heretics: The Catholic Imagination in Contemporary Art. Midmarch Arts Press: New York. 2004 p. 97
—Lizawa, Kotaro, The History of the World Photography
—Into the Abyss, inside back cover, published by Adam Putnam,
—2004, the Buhl Collection Calendar, (Reproduction of Untitled (frog)), unnumbered pages
—Laqueur, Thomas W. Solitary Sex: A Cultural History of Masturbation, MIT Press, Cambridge. p. 414.
—Watten, Barrett. The Constructivist Moment: From Material Text to Cultural Poetics. Wesleyan University Press, Middleton, CT, p.279-90, reproductions plates 62,63.
—La fotographia tra storia e poesia: fotografie della collezione Fnac (Reproductions of the "Sex Series") Mazzota Press, Italy, p. 270, 271.
—Catalog: The Culture Of Violence, University Gallery, UMASS Amherst, MA
—Julius, Anthony. Transgressions, The Offences of Art, Thames & Hudson, London. p.182
—Visions from America: Photographs from the Whitney Museum of American Art, Prestel Verlag Publishers, Munich Reproduction p.154
—James, Bruce. "Between the glitter and the gloom," Sydney Morning Herald-Metropolitan, October 30.
—Review : The New Yorker, August 6, 2001.
—White, Edmund. Loss within Loss: Artists in the Age of AIDS, University of Wisconsin Press.
—Ritts, Herb. "20 Years: AIDS & Photography," digitaljournalist.org, Issue 0106.
—Anderson, Maxwell. The Whitney Museum of American Art: American Visionaries: Selections from the Whitney Museum of American Art, p. 327
—Hijuelos,Oscar. "Literatura I Identitat", Nexus Magazine, issue # 26, July 2001.
—"from Arthur Rimbaud in NY," Chain, #7 memoir/anti-memoir, Summer, pp.225 – 227 (reproduction)
—"Art For All," Relax, #39, May, pp. 22 – 25
—Tedford, Catherine and Sampson, Gary D. Photographs at St. Lawrence University, St. Lawrence University, Canton, NY,
—Camper, Fred. "Fest Times: Art Chicago's best bets," Chicago Reader, May 12 (reproduction)
—Passaro, Vince, "The Last Outsider," New York Times Book Review, March 12, p. 39
—Hunter, Sam, John Jacobus, Daniel Wheeler. Modern Art: Painting, Sculpture, Architecture, HarryN. Abrams, Inc.
—Sirmans, Franklin. "The End: An Independent Vision of Contemporary Culture, 1982 – 2000,"
—Review, TimeOut New York, Summer 2000
—Crossings : A Couter-Disciplinary Journal of Philosophical, Cultural, Historical and Literary Studies, No. 4, Boston University Press, Massachusetts. 2002
—Meyer, Richard. Outlaw Representation: Censorship and Homosexuality in 20th Century American Art. Oxford University Press, NY, 2002.
—Adbusters Magazine, No. 43, Sept/Oct 2002 p4 (Reproduction of Untitled (Buffalos), 1988)
—Patton, Cindy. Globalizing Aids. University of Minnesota Press, Minnesota, 2002.
—Aperture 50th Anniversary Edition, Issue 167, Summer 2002. Ill. P. 27
—Aperture 50th Anniversary Edition, Issue 168, Fall 2002.
—Piche, Thomas and Mark Durant. Collage Culture: In Post War America, reproduction of Tommy's Illness/Mexico City, 1987
—Out Magazine, February, pages 50-53.
—Sweica, Robert, Simeon Kronenberg, and Janey Dolan. "Now That's a Queer Notion!,"Museum National, February, Vol. 7 No. 3, pp. 4-7. (reproduction p. 6)
—Davis, Keith F. An American Century of Photography: The Hallmark Photographic Collection, Hallmark Cards and Harry N Abrams, Inc., reproduction p. 498.
—Newhall, Edith. "Retrospective: Rebel With a Cause," New York, January 25,p. 69.
—Time Out NY, January 7-14, pp. 57,58.
—Blackburn, Meg. "Fever: The Art of David Wojnarowicz," NY Arts, January, p. 23.
—Frankel, David. "Fever: The Art of David Wojnarowicz," Artforum, January, p. 37.
—Arning, Bill. "'Fever' dreams," Time Out NY, February 4-11, p. 55.
—Goldstein, Richard. "Hunger Artist: The Timely resurrection of David —Wojnarowicz,"The Village Voice. February 2, p. 49-51.
—Von Ziegesar, Peter. "(david) Wojnarowicz," Out, February, p. 50-55.
—Botanica: Contemporary art and the world of plants, Tweed Museum of Art, University of Minnesota, Duluth, 1999.
—Levin, Kim. "Voice Choice," Village Voice, January 26, p. 68. (cover)
Alleti, Vince. "Voice Choice," Village Voice, January 26, p. 69.
—Cotter, Holland. "The Tinderbox Career of a Legendary Truth Teller," The New York Times, January 22, p. E35, 38-39.
—Chambers, Christopher. NY Arts, Feb 1999
—Optic Nerve, CD-ROM, published by Red Hot/Funny Garbage, New York, NY.
—Montreuil, Gregory. Review, Cover, Vol. 13, #1, p. 34.
—Kuspit, Donald. "David Wojnarowicz: The Last Rimbaud," Art New England, June/July, p.11.
—The American Art Book, Phaidon, 1999, p. 493.0
—Cameron, Dan. "Passion in the Wilderness," Juxtapoz, July/August 1999, pp. 38-45.
—The Sciences, September/October 1999. (cover illustration)
—Cooper, Dennis. "Odd Man Out," Artforum, October 1999, pp. 130-131, 168 (cover illustration).
—Cameron, Dan. "The Legacy of David Wojnarowicz: Passion in the Wilderness," , pp.38 – 45 (reproduction)
—American Art of the Twentieth Century: Treasures of the Whitney Museum of Art, Abbeville Press, Whitney Museum of Art, p. 273.
—Face Forward:Self-Portraiture in Contemporary Art, John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI, pp. 18, 21.
—Kashara, Michiko. The Politics Behind the Nude, Chikuma Shobo Pub Co, p. 207.
—Fever: the Art of David Wojnarowicz, publ. by The New Museum of Contemporary Art and Rizzoli Books, New York,NY.
—Meyer, Jerry D. "Profane and Sacred: Religious Imagery and Prophetic Expression in Postmodern Art," Journal of the American Academy of Religion, Spring, pgs 19 - 46.
—Al-Solaylee, Kamal. "The Dead Walk with Us," Xtra!, No. 337, September 25, p. 33.
—Jordan, Betty Ann. "Politics painted with panache," The Globe and The Mail, October 4.
—Cooper, Dennis. "The Waterfront Journals," (review) Artforum (Bookforum), November, p. 6-7.
—Bowness, Gordon. "It Makes Me Weep," Xtra!, No. 314, November 7.
—Meyer, Detlev. "Das Kommando Delete," Aktuell, No. 16 (reproductions).
—Tricycle, Fall, reproduction p. 83.
—Robinson, William. "David Lives: A Studio Visit with James Romberger," Artnet Magazine (www.artnet.com), June (reproductions).
—Apgar, Garry; Higgins, Shaun O'L. and Colleen Striegel. The Newspaper in Art. New Media Ventures, Spokane, WA. reproduction pg. 178.
—Hartley, Christine Schwartz, "The Rimbaud Connection [review of Aperture Issue #137]," The New York Times Book Review, April 23.
—Woodward, Richard B. "All the Rage, Posthumously," The New York Times, May 7, Section 2: 1,37.
—Tager, Alisa. "AIDS," Poliester, Vol. 3, No. 9, Summer, pp. 8-19. (reproduction).
—van den Berg, Els. "Aids related art: 'The kind of art we've needed all along,'"Metropolis M (Utrecht), No. 3, pp. 42-47 & cover image.
—Welt–Moral: Moralvorstellungen in der Kunst heute, Kunsthalle Basel, Basel Switzerland.
—"David Wojnarowicz: Brushfires in the Social Landscape," Aperture #137 November.
—Fleming, Lee. "Testament to the AIDS Tragedy," The Washington Post, May 18, p. E4.
—Hess, Elizabeth. "Abject Lessons," The Village Voice, July 13, 1993.
—Read My Lips: New York AIDS Polemics, Tramway, Glasgow, Scotland.
—Tema: AIDS, Henie-Onstad Kunstsenter Høvikodden, Oslo, Norway.
—States of Loss: Migration, Displacement, Colonialism, and Power, Jersey City Museum, Jersey City, NJ.
—Hagen, Charles. "Discovering a Range of Motion in the Still Image," The New York Times, August 20, p. C29.
—Napack, Jonathan. "High (Nancy Kissinger) and Low (Mark Kostabi) Turn out for Alex," The New York Observer, September 27, p. 22.
—Gilson, Nancy, "Exhibit curator in tune with cartoons," Columbus Dispatch, June 25th, 1992.
—Kimmelman, Michael, ""David Wojnarowicz, 37, Artist in Many Media," Obituary, The New York Times, reproduction, July 24th, pg. D17
—Departures: Photography 1923-1990, Independent Curators Incorporated, New York.
—From Media to Metaphor: Art About AIDS, Independent Curators Incorporated, New York.
—Art of the 1980's Selections from the Collection of the Eli Broad Family Foundation, Duke University Museum of Art, Durham, NC.
—Fuel, Institute of Modern Art Limited, Brisbane, Australia.
—The Power of the City/the City of Power, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.
—Gegendarstellung-ethics and aesthetics in the time of AIDS, Kunstverein in Hamberg, Hamberg, Germany, reproduction, pgs. 10, 44-47.
—Re:Framing Cartoons, Wexner Art Center, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, reproduction, pgs 1, 10.
—Carr, C, "David Wojnaorwicz, 1954-1992," Obituary, The Village Voice, reproductions, August 4th, pgs.3, 23.
—Berger, Maurice, "Stonewalled at the Museum," The Village Voice, August 18th, pg. 89.
—Larson, Kay, "Dying Light," New York, January 7, pg 50.
—Adams, Brook, "Grotesque Photography," The Print Collector's Newsletter, January/February, pg 206-211.
—Thorson, Alice, "The Figure in the Landscape," Washington City Paper, February 1.
—Compassion and Protest: Recent Social and Political Art from the Eli Broad Family Foundation Collection, published by Abbeville Press, New York, NY.
—Cruciformed: Images of the Cross since 1980, published by Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, Cleveland, OH.
—The Realm of the Coin: Money in Contemporary Art, published by the Hofstra Museum, Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY.
—Nixon, Will, "On the Knife Edge with Wojnarowicz and Vintage," Trade News, February 1, pg 48.
—Cyphers, Peggy, review, Arts Magazine, February, pg 98.
—Goldin, Nan, "Out Rage," Interview Magazine, February.
—Levin, Kim, "Intolerance or The Power of Images," New Art, February, pg 52-55.
—Canning, Susan, "David Wojnarowicz: In the Garden P.P.O.W, Tongues of Flame, Exit Art," ArtPapers, April, pg 59.
—Hampton, Howard, "Public Enemies: Ronald Reagan Conquers the Martians," Artforum, April, pg 98.
—Hellekson, Diane, "Eloquent advocate of gay rights is dying of AIDS," Showtime, May, section D.
—Denson, Roger G., review of "Tongues of Flame at Exit Art, Tema Celeste, May/June, pg 99.
—Siegel, Jeanne, "The 1991 Whitney Biennial," Tema Celeste, May/June, pg 97.
—Johnson, Ken, "Generational Saga," Art in America, Summer, pg 45-51.
—Kastner, Jeffrey, review, Artpaper, Summer, Minneapolis, pg 24
—Elan, Susan, "Culture that Confronts," County Advocate, Connecticut, June 27.
—Ross, Carolee, "Advocacy art gets airing at Aldrich Museum," The Advocate and Greenwich Time, June 30.
—Mifflin, Margot, review of "Close to the Knives," Entertainment Weekly, August, pg 54-55.
—The Art of Advocacy, Catalogue for exhibition at the Aldrich Museum, Ridgefield, CT.
—Outrageous Desire: The Politics and Aesthetics of Representation in Recent Works by Lesbian and Gay Artists, Rutgers University, Mason Gross School of the Arts, New Brunswick, NJ.
—Litt, Steven, "Using or Abusing a powerful symbol?," The Plain Dealer, September 8, Cleveland, OH.
—Larson, Kay, "Six Threads," Atelier, October, pgs 4-44.
—Utter, Douglas, review of "Cruciformed: Images of the Cross Since 1980," Dialogue in the Midwest, November/December.
—Tallman, Susan, "Love and Death," Arts Magazine, December, pg 13-14.
—Perree, Rob, "David Wojnarowicz, stelt dubbele moraal aan de kaak," Kunst Beeld, December, pg 27-29.
—Wood, Carol, "Reich Place, Wrong Time, How the Nazis Used Art as Propaganda," City Paper, December, pg 18.
—Brew, Kathy, "David Wojnarowicz," Shift X, Volume 4 Number 2, pg 24-29.
—Hay, David, "Banned in the USA," HQ, Australian, pg 19-23.
—Keehnen, Owen, "Uncompromising Wojnarowicz Lives 'Close to the knives," Outlines, pg 28.
—Review, Close to the Knives Reading, Drawing Center, New York.
—Wojnarowicz, David, "Text from: I Feel a Vague Nausea," New Observations, Number 80.
—Wojnarowicz, David. Close to the Knives: A Memoir of Disintegration. Random, New York, 1991.
—Aletti, "Choices: Group Show," The Village Voice, January 9.
—Hirsh, David, "Social Realities," New York Native, January 15, pg. 31.
—Lipson, Karen, "This Time, Endowment Gives Funds for AIDS Exhibit," New York Newsday, January 23, pg. 2, 12.
—Carr, C., "Portrait of the Artist in the Age of AIDS," The Village Voice, February 13, cover, 31-36.
—The Indomitable Spirit, The International Center for Photography Midtown, New York, NY.
—Hess, Elizabeth, "Queer in Normal," The Village Voice, February 13, pg 97-99.
—Hirsh, David, "Portrait of the Artist as an Angry Young Man," Courant, March 5, vol. 8, no. 16, pg. 1.
—Honan, William H., "Multi-Media Artist Sues Political Action Group," The New York Times, May 22, pg. C14.
—Karsh, Brian, "David Wojnarowicz: The Next Mapplethorpe," Night and Day, May 7, pg 28-31.
—"Organization Mails Copies of 'Filthy' Art Images to Congress," New York Native, May 7, pg. 12.
—Hirsh, David, "Courage and Censorship: A Conversation With David Wojnarowicz," New York Native, May 7, pg 19.
—Norman, Geraldine, "Shock Art puts US Funding at Risk," The Independent, London, May 21.
—Hess, Elizabeth, "Artist Doesn't Turn Other Cheek," The Village Voice, May 22, pg. 33.
—Lipson, Karin, "Artist Sues Conservative Group," Newsday, May 22, pg. 5.
—Review, "David Wojnarowicz, Tongues of Flame", Contemporanea, May, p. 50
—Hirsh, David, "Turning Tables on the Art Censors:David Wojnarowicz Sues to Prevent Misrepresentation," New York Native, June 4, pgs 23, 45.
—Hughes, Robert, "Whose Art Is It, Anyway?," TIME, June 4, pg 46-48
—Wise, Kelly, "Dazzling, provocative contemporary photographs," The Boston Globe, Wednesday, June 13.
—Wicker, Tom, "A Chilling Prospect," The New York Times, Thursday, July 5, pg A17.
—Yarnall, Louise, "Gay Artist's Work Defies Critics," The Outlook, July 25, pg A14.
—Parachini, Allan, "Fighting Back-Art and Survival: The Trials of David Wojnarowicz,"Los Angeles Times, July 28, section F.
—Knight, Christopher, "Wojnarowicz: Artist on a Collision Course," Los Angeles Times, review, July 30, pg F1.
—The Print Collector's Newsletter, Museum and Dealer Catalogues, Vol. XXI, No. 3, July-August, pg 114.
—Meyer, Josh, "Drawing the Line," Los Angeles Times, August 2, pg J1.
—Leavitt, David, "Fears That Haunt A Scrubbed America," The New York Times, August 19, section 2.
—Selcraig, Bruce, "Reverend Wildmon's War on the Arts," The New York Times Magazine, September 2, section 6, pg 22.
—Jarrel, Joe, "God is in the Details, Wojnarowicz is in the Courts," cover, High Performance, Fall, #51, pg 20 - 21.
—Phillips, Christopher, "Wojnarowicz Bags Buck," Art in America, October, pg 240.
—Ghosh, Amitav. Bengaals vuur of De macht van de rede.
—Pagel, David, review at Dorothy Goldeen, Art Issues, October, pg 29.
—Norman, Geraldine, "Young US Artists Sell on Green Ticket," The Independent, November 19, London, England.
—Hess, Elizabeth, "Burning Down the House," The Village Voice, November 20, pg 107.
—Levin, Kim, "Choices," The Village Voice, November 20, pg 117.
—McCormick, Carlo, "Tongues of Flame," Paper Magazine, November, pg 30-32.
—Hill, Shawn, "Andy's Legacy," Bay Windows, November/December.
—Donahue, John, "Flower Power," Outweek, December 5, pg 52.
—Kimmelman, Michael, "An Artist Who Seeks Every Opportunity to Unnerve," The New York Times, December 7.
—Jones, Bill, "American Artists of the 80's," Tema Celeste, December, pg 84.
—Lippard, Lucy, "Out of the Safety Zone," Art in America, December, pg 130-186.
—Carlin, John, "'80's Art Chart," Paper, December-January, pg. 62.
—Gibbs, Michael, "Critical Realism," reproduction,Perspektief, No. 39, pgs 38 - 58, Rotterdam, Netherlands.
—Kalin, Tom, "Prodigal Stories: AIDS and Family," Aperture 121, reproductions, pg 22-29.
—Aletti, "Choices: David Wojnarowicz," The Village Voice, January 31, pg. 44.
—Rankin-Reid, Jane, Review, Tema Celeste, International Art Review, No. 19, January/March.
—Hess, Elizabeth, "Choices: David Wojnarowicz," The Village Voice, February 28, pg. 42.
—WITNESSES: Against Our Vanishing, Catalogue for Artists Space, New York, NY.
—Saltz, Jerry, "Not Going Gentle," Arts, February, pg. 14.
—Bartelik, Marek, "Nowojorska kronika kulturalna," Przeglad Polski, March 9, pg. 6, 15.
—Deitcher, David, "Ideas and Emotions," Artforum, May, pg. 122-27, cover.
—Mahoney, Robert, Review, Arts, May, pg. 106-107.
—Chua, Lawrence, "David Wojnarowicz," review, Flash Art, Summer, pg. 148.
—Kaplan, Steven, "David Wojnarowicz," Review, ETC Montreal, Autumn 1989, pg. 81.
—Marzulli, John, "Clash over AIDS Exhibit, Soho Gallery Fears Fed Backlash," Daily News, November 8, pg. 5.
—Honan, William H., "New York Art Exhibition to Test Federal Restrictions," The New York Times, November 8.
—Honan, William H., "Arts Endowment Withdraws Grant from AIDS Show," The New York Times, November 9, pg. 1.
—Honan, William H., "The Endowment vs. the Arts: Anger and Concern," The New York Times, November 10, pg. C33.
—Atkins, Robert, "Black Thursday, Frohnmayer Fiddles, Artists Burn," The Village Voice, November pg. 31.
—Hess, Elizabeth, "Jesse Helm's Nightmare," The Village Voice, November 28, pg. 117.