1989: David attends womens march in Washington D.C.

David Wojnarowicz photos of posters he created for Washington D.C. womens march organized by the National Organization for Women, 1989. Courtesy The David Wojnarowicz Papers in The Downtown Collection courtesy Fales Library and Collections, New York University.

1989: opens largest solo show at P·P·O·W

Fear of Monkeys/Evolution 1988

1989: Bad Moon Rising

Bad Moon Rising, 1989. Four black-and-white photographs, acrylic, string, and collage on Masonite, 37 × 36 1/2 in.

1988-89: Untitled (Hujar Dead)

Untitled (Hujar Dead) 1988-89

1988-89: David creates “Untitled (Buffalos)”

David Wojnarowicz, Untitled (Buffalos), 1988–89. Gelatin silver print, 19 7/8 × 23 15/16 in.

1988-89: Anatomy and Architecture of Desire

Anatomy and Architecture of Desire 1988 - 1989

1988-89: Ant Series

Untitled (eye with ants) 1988-89

1989 David’s film “Heroin” revised by Jesse Hultberg

November 17 1989: NEA reinstates funding of “Witnesses”

New York Times headline November 17, 1989 announcing NEA reinstatement of Artists Space show funding

December 10, 1989: David participates in ACT UP’s “Stop the Church” protest at St. Patrick’s

ACT UP poster for "Stop the Church" protest December 10, 1989. Courtesy New York Public Library Digital Collection.