Albert Merola Gallery – July 2018

The in-your-face portraits of ‘Head2Head’


Opening July 6

424 Commercial St.

Provincetown, MA

AnOther Magazine – June 2018

AnOther Magazine: Fran Lebowitz Remembers Her Friend Peter Hujar

The uniquely charismatic cultural commentator sat down to discuss 1970s New York’s vibrant art scene with art dealer Gracie Mansion, hosted by Loewe


The Wall Street Journal Magazine – June 2018

The Artist Who Grabbed the Attention of the Whitney, Loewe and Fran Lebowitz This Summer

Two exhibitions on David Wojnarowicz are opening in Madrid and New York City

Yossi Milo Gallery – June 2018

“Intimacy” at Yossi Milo Gallery, New York

The exhibition will be on view from June 28 through August 24, 2018, at Yossi Milo Gallery, 245 Tenth Avenue (between 24th & 25th St.), New York, NY 10001

Blouin Art Info – June 26, 2018

W Magazine – June 2018

David Wojnarowicz Does Not Approve of This Story in W Magazine by Horacio Silva

VOGUE Magazine – May 2018

Loewe Is Celebrating the Art of David Wojnarowicz With a Capsule Collection Benefitting Visual AIDS

T Magazine – June 2018

Printed T-Shirts With Purpose

The designer Jonathan Anderson has long cited the photographer Peter Hujar as an inspiration behind his work, at both his own label and the Spanish luxury house Loewe. This month, a selection of Hujar’s work will go on display at Loewe’s Gran Via store in Madrid, along with images by Hujar’s friend and protégé, the artist, filmmaker, writer, and activist David Wojnarowicz.

To coincide with the show, Loewe has released a collection of four limited-edition T-shirts to honor Wojnarowicz, whose deeply personal work about political and social issues relating to the AIDS epidemic, particularly after the death of Hujar, sparked political controversy — and provided inspiration — during the ’80s. Anderson chose four of Wojnarowicz’s works, made between 1982 and 1990 — including the colorful supermarket poster “Jean Genet Masturbating in Metteray Prison” — to turn into vibrant silk-screen prints. Just 400 T-shirts were made using each print, and all proceeds from the project will benefit the Visual AIDS Foundation, which preserves and promotes the work of H.I.V.-positive artists. $99, — CATHLEEN O’NEIL

The Guardian – June 2018

New York’s fearless demimonde – in pictures

City Journal – March 2018

Shadow and Light


A Peter Hujar retrospective illuminates the life and work of a major New York City photographer.

March 2, 2018

Arts and Culture

The New Yorker – February 2018


The Animals Who Captivated a Legendary Downtown Photographer

by Chris Wiley  February 3, 2018