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HERVÉ GUIBERT AND DAVID WOJNAROWICZ — FOR AN EARLY DEATH

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Analogs of a kind in the themes of their various practices and their fated heydays in the years following “gay liberation” but falling short of the advent of protease inhibitors, Hervé Guibert and David Wojnarowicz both cast long shadows of influence and cult attention.

FOR AN EARLY DEATH—an exhibition of photographs by Guibert and Wojnarowicz curated by Hugo Bausch Belbachir and Thomas Villemin—is on view at Fitzpatrick Gallery in Paris for three more days. See link below for details.

 

 

HERVÉ GUIBERT and DAVID WOJNAROWICZ — FOR AN EARLY DEATH

Through February 28

Fitzpatrick Gallery

123 rue de Turenne, 3rd, Paris

 

 

For an Early Death, Fitzpatrick Gallery, curated by Hugo Bausch Belbachir and Thomas Villemin, January 28–February 28, 2023, from top: David Wojnarowicz, Untitled, 1988–89 (detail), artist’s print, stamped and signed by the estate executor, vintage gelatin silver print; Hervé Guibert, Thierry debout, 1982, exhibition print by G. Geneste (la Chambre Noire); David Wojnarowicz, Untitled, 1988–89, artist’s print, stamped and signed by the estate executor, vintage gelatin silver print; Hervé Guibert, L’ami, 1979, exhibition print by G. Geneste (la Chambre Noire); Hervé Guibert, Munich, 1983, exhibition print by G. Geneste (la Chambre Noire); David Wojnarowicz, Untitled, 1988–89, artist’s print, stamped and signed by the estate executor, vintage gelatin silver print; Hervé Guibert, Thierry lisant, 1982, exhibition print by G. Geneste (la Chambre Noire); David Wojnarowicz, Untitled, 1988–89, artist’s print, stamped and signed by the estate executor, vintage gelatin silver print.

David Wojnarowicz photographs from the collection of Marion Scemama, courtesy of the estate of David Wojnarowicz and P.P.O.W., New York.

Hervé Guibert photographs courtesy of Les Douches la Galerie, Paris, © Christine Guibert.