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Fire in the Belly

Posted on July 14, 2013 by in Positively Literary

At the recent Lambda Literary Awards, a ceremony that honors LGBT literature each year, a biography of writer and artist David Wojnarowicz was named the winner in the Gay Memoir/Biography category. Published by Bloomsbury USA in 2012, Fire in the Belly: The Life and Times of David Wojnarowicz by Cynthia Carr, a columnist and arts [...]

The End Was Near

Posted on March 21, 2012 by in Gallery

MCA Chicago’s “This Will Have Been” Revisits the Political Urgency of the 1980s by Larry Buhl In the 2010 film Hot Tub Time Machine, one character scoffs at nostalgia for the 1980s: “We had, like, Reagan and AIDS.” The line was meant as a joke, though for many sick and dying Reagan’s lack of response to [...]

Staying Connected

Posted on July 25, 2011 by in Gallery

Curator John Chaich and Visual AIDS team up together in the show Mixed Messages to remind us that apathy is no cure for aids by Lester Strong The use of text as visual art has a distinguished past: Hebrew and Islamic art, medieval illuminated manuscripts, post-World War I Russian Constructivism are a few examples that [...]

Ants & Blasphemy

Posted on March 14, 2011 by in Left Field, Noteworthy

Left Field by Patricia Nell Warren As the recent censorship of an AIDS-themed film reminds, the separation of church & state is a thin line. By now, most of the world knows that David Wojnarowicz’s short film A Fire in My Belly was blasted by religious righters at the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery LGBT-themed exhibition [...]