The artist David Wojnarowicz (1954-92) was tall and bony, with buck teeth, a preternaturally deep speaking voice and a long face that tapered like a garden spade. He was, as Cynthia Carr observes in “Fire in the Belly,” her thorough and sensitive new biography, “so ugly he was beautiful.”
Skinny guys with a lush bush. Yes.
Skinny guys are my weakness
Places I Miss, #1: Melbourne
(Lucky you for being there)
I do, most of all, like skinny men
Drawing by Samuel Steward
Basically, he wanted to get married.
The cute guy at Wagamama loves his job.
At the Tate the other day. Having to deal with attitude. So much is projection, though, if we’re being honest.
Sometimes you just want to own something. Are these real?
Does Public Sex Matter?
Discussion and Q&A
Billy Miller, contributing artist
Carlos Motta, co-editor
The book Petite Mort: Recollections of a Queer Public
assembles drawings from memory of spaces in New York City where a public sexual encounter occurred.
Tuesday, February 28; 6-8 pm