Censorship

SEE // Roberto Matta Meets Street Art
Sarah Bondoc |
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From Chilean socialism to a Queens-bound A train.

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Fire in the Belly: Art, AIDS, and Politics in the Life of David Wojnarowicz
Georgina Wells |
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When Cynthia Carr, then an arts columnist for the Village Voice, congratulated David Wojnarowicz on his inclusion in the 1985 Whitney Biennial, he told her he hated the art world. “And then,” Carr writes in her definitive biography Fire in the Belly: The Life and Times of David Wojnarowicz, “I believe the exact sentence went: ‘If I were straight, I’d move to a small town right now and get a job in a gas station.’”

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