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March 12, 2018
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March 7, 2018
Scott Indrisek, Alexander Forbes and Molly Gottschalk
Hunter Reynolds Announced as 2017 Recipient of Guggenheim Fellowship
Hunter Reynolds Work Acquired by The Art Institute of Chicago
Hunter Reynolds Performance and Tour at the Bronx Museum of the Arts
with Sur Rodney Sur and Lola Flash
Saturday, October 8
Performance (with support provided by the Foundation for Contemporary Arts) to begin on the 2nd Floor North Wing Terrace of the Bronx Museum.
New York Times, "Art of the AIDS Years: What Took Museums So Long?"
July 29, 2016
Art in America, "Revisitation Phase: Looking at Art and AIDS"
July 20, 2016
Newsweek, "Exhibit at Bronx Museum Explores the Influence of HIV/AIDS on American Art"
July 16, 2016
Wall Street Journal, "How the Art World Responded to AIDS"
July 10, 2016
Hunter Reynolds Performing with Vincent Tiley
Christopher Stout Gallery
June 3, 2016
Huffington Post, "Abby Hertz’s Cannibal Lust Heats Up the Dada Centennial"
February 25, 2016
Cannibal Lust, a performance art piece and dinner inspired by The Banquet, performed in May of 1992 by Hunter Reynolds and Chrysanne Stathacos.
Wall Street Journal, "Hunter Reynolds"
Link to Article
Hunter Reynolds, "Living Positive & Long-Term Surviving: An Artist Perspective"
April 23, 2015
Huffington Post, "A Day Without Art: Looking Back 25 Years"
G. Roger Denson
December 1, 2014
Hunter Reynolds to re-perform Drag Pose Cage (1990)
Future Sad, curated by Vincent Tiley
Grace Exhibition Space
September 5, 2014
ACT NOW: Perspectives on Contemporary Performance and HIV/AIDS
Hunter Reynolds, Vivian Bond and Julie Tolentino perform
September 19, 2013
Boston Globe, "Show Frames 20th Century’s Gay Male Life"
June 11, 2013
Huffington Post, "The Fire Gods of Glitter: Hunter Reynolds on the Art of Healing"
May 25, 2012