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Untitled (One Day This Kid...)

A work made of gelatin silver print; edition number four of ten.

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  • A work made of gelatin silver print; edition number four of ten.

Date:

1990/91

Artist:

David Wojnarowicz
American, 1954-1992

About this artwork

A prominent figure of the East Village art scene in New York during the 1980s, David Wojnarowicz produced paintings, photographs, installations, performances, and experimental films that fused the aesthetics of the punk-music scene and street culture with a personal, political activism. Distinguished by raw expressions of rage and personal longing, much of his work expresses concerns with the inequalities and disenfranchisement of people living with HIV and AIDS. Toward the end of his life, Wojnarowicz turned to writing, photography, and performance. Exemplifying this period is Untitled, in which a picture of the artist as a child is surrounded by a fierce written critique of American political and social systems that sustain a cultural homophobia.

Status

Currently Off View

Department

Contemporary Art

Artist

David Wojnarowicz

Title

Untitled (One Day This Kid...)

Origin

United States

Date

1990–1991

Medium

Gelatin silver print; edition number four of ten

Dimensions

81.3 × 104 cm (32 × 41 in.)

Credit Line

Gift of Society for Contemporary Art through the Matching Grant Initiative

Reference Number

2002.77

Extended information about this artwork

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