Galleries in David Wojnaro
See Wikipedia: David Wojnarowicz
This collection may be the most complete digital gallery of many of the works of David Wojnarowicz. His works are difficult to find, and have been appropriated as necessary.
A note about the Rimbaud from NY series.
["Rimbaud hoped to arrive at "the unknown by a derangement of the senses," a "delirious state of mind out of which self-knowledge and poetic truths might emerge." wojnarowicz seems to have hoped not to arrive but to pass through as one would go through a subway, glimpsing through the windows the ghost of biological locations and the movements he made between them which led to his predicament. the persistant outlaw in the face of impending self-destruction.

"i didn't see myself as rimbaud but rather used him as a device to confront my own desires, experiences, biography, and to try and touch on those elusive "sites of attraction"; those places that suddenly and unexpectedly revive the smell and traces of former states of body and mind long ago left behind"

the figures he looked up to - genet, burroughs, and rimbaud - showed him that "one could transcend society's hatred of diversity and loathing of homosexuals" through creative strategies, while demonstrating the value of preserving records of personal experience. through the rimbaud series he could be on the streets without ending up on them, commiting himself to art instead of drugs or prostituition that might precipitate an early demise. (wojnarowicz died of AIDS in 1992)"]--(from punctuum)

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caption Untitled, 1988-89 David Wojnarowicz gelatin silver print, 20" x 16"[335x300]
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caption "When I Put My Hands on Your Body," 1990. Gelatin-silver print and silk-screened text on museum board, 26” x 38”. Courtesy of the Estate of David Wojnarowicz and P.P.O.W., New York.
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caption "Untitled," [One day this kid…], 1990. Gelatin-silver print, 30” x 40”. Courtesy of the Estate of David Wojnarowicz and P.P.O.W., New York.[This is perhaps one of the most touching artworks I've ever come upon.]
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caption Untitled, 1990 David Wojnarowicz silver gelatin print (Courtesy of PPOW and the Estate of David Wojnarowicz) [362x300]
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caption ./famousart/DavidWoj/20_large.jpg No Comments Yet :(
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caption "Untitled" (Desire) from “Ant Series,” 1988. Gelatin-silver print, 27 1/2” x 34”. Courtesy of the Estate of David Wojnarowicz and P.P.O.W., New York.
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caption "Untitled," [Falling Buffalo], 1988-89. Gelatin-silver print, 27 1/2” x 34 1/2”. Courtesy of the Estate of David Wojnarowicz.
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caption David Wojnarowicz - Untitled, 1991 [398x340]
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caption David Wojnarowicz Burning Man [300x302]
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caption David Wojnarowicz - Stones Weep
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caption ./famousart/DavidWoj/deathofamericanspirituality.jpg No Comments Yet :(
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caption Untitled, from the series Rimbaud in New York, 1977–79 David Wojnarowicz
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caption David Wojnarowicz "I feel a Vague Nausea", 1990 Black and white photograph, acrylic, string and text on board, 60 x 48 inches. Courtesy of P.P.O.W. Gallery, New York.
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caption David Wojnarowicz, Rimbaud in New York, 1977–79
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