David Wojnarowicz

Commemorating the 30th anniversary of David Wojnarowicz’s death

The pioneering American artist left behind a legacy of art as a form of gay rights activism; today, with regressive reproductive laws and the Monkeypox vaccine crisis affecting the queer community, his work proves its timelessness


Letting it all burn: David Wojnarowicz documentary presents the artist through his words and works

A new film on the provocative artist, who died of Aids in 1992 at the age of 37, tells his story through his paintings, photographs, audio and videos

Three online shows to see this weekend

From a documentary on pioneering queer artist David Wojnarowicz to a survey of Barbara Kruger's pertinent Question installations

David Wojnarowicz was a poet, a fighter, a hustler, a survivor

The many sides of a complicated artist are explored with freshness, polish, and insight in the Whitney Museum’s retrospective

David Wojnarowicz’s furiously prolific but short-lived career explored in major show

As US culture wars reignite, the Whitney Museum stages a timely exhibition of New York’s finest firebrand

Richard Koshalek of the Hirshhorn Museum makes a stand against censorship

“Censorship has no role here... the only way to deal with these subjects is through dialogue"


MoMA makes a stand by acquiring video removed from display by Washington's NPG

Wojnarowicz’s A Fire in My Belly is already on display at the New York museum

Outrage at Smithsonian self-censorship over Wojnarowicz work

Controversy follows decision to remove David Wojnarowicz video loaned by National Portrait Gallery