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From Trey Speegle’s blog post about the exhibition “Rough Trade: Art and Sex Work in the Late 20th Century”:

Rough Trade: Art and Sex Work is an exhibit that opened this week in NYC. It explores a little known history at the crossroads of the sexual underground and popular culture and was organized to coincide with David Wojnarowicz: History Keeps Me Awake at Night at the Whitney.

It includes work by Wojnarowicz, along with John Barrington, Mark Beard, Kenny Burgess, Larry Clark, Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Fred Halsted, Peter Hujar, Mark Morrisroe, Joe Parker, Tomata du Plenty, Bill Rice, John Sex, Jane Sherry, Pedro Slim, Samuel Steward, and Tommy Vallette along with related ephemera.

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Browse the exhibition “Rough Trade: Art and Sex Work in the Late 20th Century” at ClampArt

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