For over 30 years, Hunter Reynolds (1959-2022) explored issues of gender, sexuality, HIV/AIDS, politics, mortality, and rebirth through performance, photography, installations, and his alter ego, Patina du Prey. Profound, beautiful, and ferociously honest, Reynolds’ work was directly influenced by his lived experiences as an HIV-positive gay man living in the age of AIDS. As a member of ACT UP (Aids Coalition to Unleash Power) and a co-founder of Art Positive, an affinity group fighting homophobia and censorship in the arts, Reynolds used his visual and performance art practice to spread a message of survival, hope, and healing, and to reify queer histories so often marginalized, sterilized, and forgotten. After discovering in 1989 that he had been HIV positive since 1984, Reynolds was inspired by the advice of his friend, the artist Ray Navarro, to not let his disease control him. It was at this point that Reynolds “realized that my work had to do with this experience of death, emotions, and that I wanted people to feel, to experience pain and loss, but also to have hope in life.” He had presented solo exhibitions at P·P·O·W, New York, NY; Hales, Gallery, London, UK; Participant Inc., New York, NY; Artist Space, New York, NY; White Columns, New York, NY; Creative Time, New York, NY; and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, CA, among others. His work has been included in group exhibitions at institutions such as the Museum of Arts and Design, New York, NY; Henie Onstad Kunstsenter, Høvikodden, Norway; Hayward Gallery, London, UK; the FLAG Art Foundation, New York, NY; the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA; Museum of the City of New York, New York, NY; Aldrich Museum of Art, Ridgefield, CT; and DOCUMENTA, Kassel, Germany, among others. His work is numerous public and private collections including the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL; Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT; the Shelly & Donald Rubin Foundation, New York, NY; and the Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy, Andover, MA. New York University's Fales Library and Special Collections acquired the archives of Hunter Reynolds for its Downtown Collection.
b. 1959, Rochester, MN
d. 2022, New York, NY
B.F.A. Otis-Parsons Art Institute, Los Angeles, CA
Hunter Reynolds (1959-2022), P·P·O·W, New York, NY
From Drag to Dervish, P·P·O·W, New York, NY
Love Light, Hales Gallery, London, UK
Survival AIDS Medication Reminder, P·P·O·W, New York, NY
Mummification Performance, EXPO Chicago, New York, NY
Survival AIDS, Iceberg Projects, Chicago, IL
Butur, P·P·O·W, New York, NY
911 Mummification Performance, Tribeca Park, September 11, New York, NY
Survival AIDS, Participant Inc, New York, NY
2 Survival AIDS Mummification Performances, Participant Inc, New York, NY
PHOTOWEAVINGS: A RETROSPECTIVE 1993 – 2011, Dan Ionescu Architects, New York, NY
Hunter Reynolds, Art Basel Miami Project Room, Momenta Art, Miami Beach, FL
Hunter Reynolds, REAL LOVE Hurricane Wilma/HURRICANE Hunter Reynolds (From The Disaster Series), Momenta Art, Brooklyn, NY
Hunter Reynolds, Drawings and Work on Paper 1985-2009, Gavlak Projects, West Palm Beach, FL
Hunter Reynolds, The Barn, Callicoon Fine Art, Callicoon, NY
Patina du Prey’s Memorial Dress, 1993 to 2007, curated by Christian Rattemeyer and Cay-Sophie Rabinowitz, Artists Space, New York, NY
Hunter Reynolds a Retrospective, Mary Goldman Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Hunter Reynolds, The Station, Lake Worth, FL
Moon Over Gerhard, Mary Goldman Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Slamming Love, Trailer Park Gallery, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Sybrite Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
My 911 Mummification Performance, Sybrite Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Performances, Goldman Tevis Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Mummification Performance, Goldman Tevis Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Patina du Prey’s Memorial Dress, Visual AIDS, Parsons School of Design, New York, NY
7 Mummification Performances, Nantes, France
Mummification Performance, Bard College, New York, NY
Mummification Performance, The Lure, Visual AIDS Benefit, New York, NY
Thomas Dresbach, Schwulen Museum, Berlin, Germany
Mummification Performance, White Box Gallery, New York, NY
I-DEA, The Goddess Within, Maxine Henryson & Hunter Reynolds, Linda Kirkland Gallery, New York, NY; Art Resources Transfer Inc, New York, NY
Bernard Toale Gallery, Boston, MA
I-DEA The Goddess Within, Usdan Gallery, Bennington College, Bennington, VT
Patina du Prey’s Memorial Dress, The Temporary Contemporary, New York, NY
Trinitiskirche, Koln, Germany; James Van Damme, Gallery, Antwerp, Belgium
Project Room, Jose Freire Fine Art, Inc., New York, NY
Hunter Reynolds & Chrysanne Stathacos: The Banquet, The Thread Waxing Space, New York, NY
Piotr Nathan, Hunter Reynolds, Galeria Dziekanka, Warsaw, Poland
Drag, Simon Watson Gallery, New York, NY
Desire, Paradise Loss, Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center, Buffalo, NY
White Room Installation, White Columns, New York, NY
The Unconscious Meaning of Language, Jeffrey Neale Gallery, New York, NY
Hybrid Media: Part 11, Home for Contemporary Theatre and Art, New York, NY
Path, Annina Nosei Gallery, New York, NY
Hybrid Media, Sixteen-Seventeen Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
SELECT GROUP EXHIBITIONS
Think Pinker, curated by Beth Rudin DeWoody, GAVLAK, Los Angeles, CA
Garmenting: Costume as Contemporary Art, Museum of Arts and Design, New York, NY
Every Moment Counts--AIDS and its Feelings, Henie Onstad Kunstsenter, Høvikodden, Norway
Transamerica/n, Ackland Art Museum at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC
Hell is a Place on Earth. Heaven is a Place in Your Head, P·P·O·W, New York, NY, online
Transamerica/n: Gender, Identity, Appearance Today, McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, TX
Kiss My Genders, curated by Vincent Honore, Hayward Gallery, London, UK
United By AIDS – An Exhibition About Loss, Remembrance, Activism and Art in Response to HIV/AIDS, Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Siegen, GE
DRAG: Genderqueer and Body Politic, Hayward Gallery, London, United Kingdom
AIDS at Home and Everyday Activism, Museum of the City of New York, New York, NY
The Times, FLAG Art Foundation, New York, NY
Mentors, CFHILL, Stockholm, Sweden
In the Power of Your Care, Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation, New York, NY
Art AIDS America, Zuckerman Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA; Bronx Museum of Art, Bronx, NY; Alphawood Gallery, Chicago, IL
positive/negative: HIV/AIDS, Fales Library at NYU, New York, NY
Party Out of Bounds: Nightlife as Activism Since 1980, curated by Emily Colucci of Visual AIDS, La MaMa Galleria, New York, NY
Art AIDS America, ONE Archives Gallery & Museum, University of Southern California, West Hollywood, CA; Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, WA
LONG-TERM SURVIVOR PROJECT, SF Camerawork, San Francisco, CA
Go Stand Next to the Mountain, Hales Gallery, London, England
Acid Reflux, The Projects at FATVillage, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Future Sad, Grace Exhibition Space, Brooklyn, NY
LOVE AIDS RIOT SEX II, NGBK RealismusStudio, Berlin, Germany
ECCE HOMO, Pavel Zoubok Gallery, New York, NY
NOT OVER: 25 Years of Visual AIDS, La Mama La Galleria, New York, NY
Secrets, Loss, Memory, and Courage, Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy, Andover, MA
LOVE AIDS RIOT SEX, NGBK RealismusStudio, Berlin, Germany
B-Out!, Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York, NY
Strange Birds, The Center for Book Arts, New York, NY
Fleshing out the Grid, ADAA The Art Show, New York, NY
Queering Sex, Human Recourses Los Angeles, CA
Group Show, Callicoon Fine Art, Callicoon, NY
Gavlak Group Show, West Palm Beach, FL
Out of the Blue, curated by Amy Lipton, Joy Episalla and Joy Garnett, Gallery Bergen, Bergen Community College, Paramus, NJ
Chain of Love, Momenta Art, Brooklyn, NY
Summer Group Show, Mary Goldman Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Analogue/Digital 111, Irvine Center for the Arts, curated by Matt May, Irvine, CA
Post Cards from The Edge, Visual Aids Benefit, Metro Pictures, New York, NY
Momenta Benefit, Momenta, Brooklyn, NY
CrossSections, curated by Bruce Picano, 8th Street Arts Center, Santa Monica, CA
Delicatessen, curated by Diana Shpungin, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL
Out of the Blue, Abington Art Center, Jenkintown, PA
Homo Home, Cinders Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Stardust, Visual AIDS Web Gallery, New York, NY
Showtel, Hotel Biba, West Palm Beach, FL
Summer Group Show, Gavlak Projects, West Palm Beach, FL
Group Show, The Station, Lake Worth, FL
Faculty Exhibition, The Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach, FL
A Big Hairy Deal, Visual AIDS Web Gallery, curated by Mike Parker, New York, NY
Incognito, Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, CA
Faculty Exhibition, The Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach, FL
Under the Influence, curated by Thomas Dima, Visual AIDS Web Gallery, New York, NY
Les Fleurs Des Vents, with Rafael Sanchez, The Gereshwin Living Room; The Fruit Farm, Portland, OR
Fashion Theory, Museum of Art MOMA, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Les Fleurs Des Vents, with Rafael Sanchez, Sybrite Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Fin de Siecle New York, Nantes, Duchesse-Anne, Nante, France
New Langton Arts, San Francisco, CA
Death Race 2000, Thread Waxing Space, New York, NY
Acts of Art, Aldrich Museum of Art, Ridgefield, CT
Bard College, New York, NY
Downtown Arts Festival, New York, NY
Mucho Mundo, The Artists Museum, Washington, DC
Fashioned, White Box Gallery, Philadelphia, PA; New York, NY
AIDS Worlds, Centre d’Arte Contemporain, Geneva, Switzerland; Centre d’ Arte Contemporanea Ticino, Bellinzona, Switzerland
Dressed in White, The Art Gallery at Ramapo College, Ramapo, NJ
The Body in Question, Wessel O’Conner Gallery, New York, NY
A Home Show: Sitting up Erect or Reclining, curated by Mary Goldman, Berlin, Germany
Day Without Art, World AIDS Day, Cornell University, Herbert Johnson Museum of Art, New York, NY
Goodbye to Berlin, Positioen Schwuler Kunst, Akademie der Kunste, Berlin, Germany
Pop Mix 11, Shift, curated by Kathrin Becker, Berlin, Germany
Summer Group Show, Bernard Toale Gallery, Boston, MA
Drag Citi, curated by Robert Savay, Ace Art, Winnipeg, Canada
AIDS Communities, Art Communities, Realizing the Archive Project, The Boston Center for the Arts, Boston, MA
Wewerka, Interims Kunsthalle, Berlin, Germany
Medien-Symposion-AIDS, Hamburg Leuchtfeuer, Hamburg, Germany
In a Different Light, University Art Museum, University of California, Berkeley, CA
Close Up, Stadtische Galerie Im Buntentor, Bremen, Germany
I is Another, Likorfabrik, Kunst-Werke, Berlin, Germany
Paco Imperial Museum, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Group Show, Rupert Goldsworthy Gallery, Berlin, Germany
A.l.D.S.-Welten/Lebens-Welten, Altes Rathaus Kulturhaus, Potsdam, Germany
Transit Gallery, Lueven Gallery, Belgium
Absence, Activism and The Body Politic, Fischbach Gallery, New York, NY
Paula Cooper Gallery, New York, NY
Christa Naher, Trinitatiskirche, Koln, Germany
Altered Egos, Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, CA
Dress Codes, The Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA
Fall from Fashion, Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT
Rag Trade, The Interart Center, New York, NY
Exit Art, New York, NY
A Discourse on the Emotions, Galerie Volker Diehl, Berlin, Germany
A.l.D.S. Projekte, Patina du Prey’s Memorial Dress, Ngbk Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Germany
Getting to KNOW You, City Stre, Leipzig, Germany
Mal Was Anders, The Selection of the Selected, Patina du Prey Presents Frank Wagner, Kunstlerhaus, Bethanien, Berlin, Germany
Love Again, organized by Claudia Hart, Kunstroum Elbschoss, Hamburg, Germany
Thema: A.l.D.S., curated by Kim Levin, Karl Ernst Osthaus Museum, Hagen, Germany
Getting to Know You: Sexual Insurrection and Resistance, curated by Christoph Tannert & Dean McNeil, Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Germany
Anti-Masculine: Overlapping but not Corresponding to the Feminine, curated by Bill Arning, Kim Light Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Ballots or Bullets: You Choose, curated by G. Roger Denson, Sally Hawkins Gallery, New York, NY
The Auto-Erotic Object, curated by Juli Carson, Hunter College Gallery, New York, NY
New York O-Party Convention Performances, New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, NY
The Spatial Drive, New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, NY
No Mirror, film by Tania Cypriano, Sixth New York Lesbian and Gay Experimental Film Festival, Anthology Film Archives, New York, NY
Mioahaus, Thread Waxing Space, New York, NY
The Water Bar, Jack Tilton Gallery, New York, NY
Mssr. B’s Curio Shop, Thread Waxing Space, New York, NY
Core, New York, NY
Candyass Carnival, Stux Gallery, New York, NY
Projected Audience, Four Walls, Brooklyn, NY
Church of the Pink Heaven, 535 Broadway, New York, NY
Somebody of Someone, Myers Bloom Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
Selected Sheets, arranged by Mary Jones, New York, NY
Situation, Perspectives on Work by Lesbian and Gay Artists, New Langton Arts, San Francisco, CA
Outside of America: Going into the ‘90s, Collins & Milazzo Fay Gold Gallery, Atlanta, GA
Something Pithier and More Psychological, Simon Watson Gallery, New York, NY
Queer, Wessel O’Connor, Ltd. New York, NY
AIDS Timeline (Hartford, 1990), Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT
All Quiet on the Western Front, Espace Dieu, Paris, France
Presumed Identities, Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT
The Intimate Museum, Longwood Arts Center, Bronx, NY
Information, organized by Bob Nickas, Terrain, San Francisco, CA
Eros/Thanatos, Tom Cugliani Gallery, New York, NY
Drawings, Paula Allen Gallery, New York, NY
Looking at a Revolution: Documenting the AIDS Movement, Simon Watson, New York, NY
Stendhal Syndrome: The Cure, Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York, NY
Set the Woods on Fire, Simon Watson Gallery, New York, NY
War Resisters League, Donald Judd Studio, New York, NY
The First Amendment Show, Sally Hawkins Gallery, New York, NY
Up-Date Show, White Columns, New York, NY
Art of the Computer and Xerox Machine, Minor Injury Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
The Center Show, Lesbian & Gay Community Services Center, New York, NY
Lang & O’Hara Gallery, New York, NY
Ways in Being Gay, curated by Catherine Howe, Hallwalls Contemporary Arts, Buffalo, NY
The Text is Not Explained, curated by Bill Arning, Stux Gallery, Boston, MA
Selections from the Artists, Artists’ Space, New York, NY
Super Ego Show, Minor Injury Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
The Decade of Painting, Sixteen-Seventeen Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Experimental Bookworks, Women’s Caucus for Art Invitational, juried by Joan Hugo & Barbara Pascal, Brand Library, Glendale, CA
Vickman’s, curated by Carter Potter, Los Angeles, CA
Cotton Exchange Show, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Los Angeles, CA
The American Art: New American Artists, Mona Lisa Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Views on Painting, Self-Help Graphics Downtown Gallery, Los Angeles 6th Street Gallery, San Pedro, CA
Unarm, installation at Target L.A., Los Angeles, CA
Gallery Artists, Sixteen-Seventeen Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Survival AIDS “Into the Light,” performance with Babirye Leilah, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, NY
Knast, performance with Vincent Tiley, Christopher Stout Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Reperformance of “Drag Pose Cage” (1990), Grace Exhibition Space, New York, NY
GRANTS, AWARDS, AND RESIDENCIES
John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship
Foundation for Contemporary Arts
Easton Mountain Artist Residence Program
The Bill Olander Visual AIDS Vanguard Award
Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant
Artist in Residence, The Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach, FL
Braizers Studio Residency, England
Banff Center for the Arts, Residency, Banff, Canada
Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant
St. Norberts Arts & Cultural Center Artists Residency, Manatoba Canada
AIDS STIFTUNG, Koln, Germany, Stupendium
Artist in Residency, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, CA
AIDS Stiftung, Koln, Germany, Stupendium
Remtsma Corporate Grant, Hamburg, Germany
Berlin City Stupendium
Yaddo Studio Residency
Creative Time City Wide Fellowship, Patina du Prey’s Memorial Dress, The Contemporary, New York, NY
Art Matters Fellowship
Studio Residency, KUNSTLERHAUS BETHANIEN’ Berlin, Germany
NYSCA Temporary Installations Grant, HALLWALLS, Buffalo, NY
Art Matters Fellowship
Founding Member of Art Positive
“Mercury Arts Calendar, 1987,” organized by Aldo Hernandez, printed by the Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
Art Director of the Home Theater and Contemporary Art, New York, NY
SELECT PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover, MA
Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL
Beth Rudin DeWoody Collection, West Palm Beach, FL
Fales Library, New York, NY
Shelly & Donald Rubin Foundation, New York, NY
University of Maryland Stamp Gallery, College Park, MD
Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT
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Leung, Gabrielle, “Seven Films Explore Bodily & Societal Restrictions in Online Exhibition”, Hypebeast, March 26, 2020.
Akers, Typer, “Hunter Reynolds / Patina du Prey – From Drag to Dervish – P·P·O·W”, Gayletter, December 5, 2019.
Rosen, Miss, “Hunter Reynolds, the Artist Who Uses Drag to Fight Homophobia in the Arts”, AnotherMan, November 28, 2019.
Larigakis, Sophia, “Love Notes from Hunter Reynolds and Patina du Prey”, Cultured, November 28, 2019.
Yoshimura, Courtney, “Interview: Hunter Reynolds on drag, gender, and resurrecting his alter ego”, Artforum, November 19, 2019.
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Cotter, Holland, “Art of the AIDS Years: What Took Museums So Long?”, The New York Times, July 29, 2016.
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Denson, G. Roger, “Day Without Art: Looking Back 25 Years”, The Huffington Post, December 1, 2014.
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Harris, Jane, “The Fire Gods of Glitter: Hunter Reynolds on the Art of Healing,” The Huffington Post, May 25, 2012.
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Schob, Martin, "Wenn der Tod am Leben vorubereanztn," HNA, Kassel, Sepulkralmuseum, 1997
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Komm, Sabine, “Zutalliges Portrat Eines Aidstoten, Close Up,” 1995.
Kleiszeitung, Stadtische Galerie Bremen, 1995.
Wolff, Thomas, “Blutstranen, Knuppeldick,” TAZ, March 3, 1995.
“Aids-Welten, Lebenswelten,” Siegesaule, February 1995.
“Performance Art and Photo at Bennington,” Bennington Banner, September 21, 1995.
“Body of Language,” Movement Research, Performance Journal #9, Spring 1995.
“G&J Intern,“ Damit AIDS uns Alle Angeht ein Medien,” Symposion Bei G&J 6-15-96, 1995.
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