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David Wojnarowicz’s Whitney Retrospective Is Overdue, But Couldn’t Be Timelier
This is an astonishingly relevant, urgently important show that reflects on what it means to be human in a time of encroaching political darkness.
ask an art critic
Ask An Art Critic
Jerry Saltz answers your questions about bad art, good biographies, and the Smithsonian controversy.
Warhol Foundation Threatens to Cut Smithsonian Funding
Because, unlike Boehner, the Warhol Foundation actually paid for it.
U.S. Representative John Boehner Is Now a Curator
John Boehner and Eric Cantor successfully encouraged the removal of a gay-themed art piece at the Smithsonian today.
Masked and Anonymous
In his late-seventies series
Arthur Rimbaud in New York
, David Wojnarowicz seems to have airlifted the legendary poet from late-nineteenth-century Paris and dropped him into a crappy Manhattan walk-up.