How AIDS Changed Art Forever
Three recent exhibitions show that though HIV is no longer a death sentence, the art world is still grappling with its psychological toll.
Why the Ashes of AIDS Victims on the White House Lawn Matter
Twenty years ago, in response to government officials' failure to adequately respond to AIDS, ACT UP brought the bodies their inaction murdered to a place they couldn't be ignored—their front lawn.
The Do It Well and Leave Something Witchy Issue
The Final Secret of David Wojnarowicz
Since he died of AIDS, David Wojnarowicz has been the subject of a movie, a biography and an upcoming Whitney retrospective, but he has one last secret-the Magic Box.
CHRISTEENE's 'Drag Terrorism' Is Creating a Cult Following
With a high-octane mixture of rap, rimming, and all your childhood nightmares.