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The Arts in Britain in the NY times

PostPosted: Wed Jan 26, 2011 9:22 am
by rudischoll ... broad.html

"So the Smithsonian’s surrender at least had the virtue of reminding everyone on both sides of the Atlantic of his work. The voices of those who died from AIDS mostly died with them, but Wojnarowicz’s, deep and distinct, returned in recordings played at the Tate.

The message was loud and clear.

“Do not give me a memorial if I die,” he once said. “Give me a demonstration.” "