From Sara Rosen’s article for i-D Magazine:

A series at The Photography Show in New York explores the artist’s tender explorations of love, creative community and his struggle with AIDs.

For a brief, shining moment, Mark Morrisroe (1959–1989) transformed the landscape of photography and performance art, carving a singular path through the American avant-garde. While his biography is the stuff of a Ryan Murphy limited series, Mark didn’t let circumstance define his life; instead, he practiced alchemy, using it as raw fuel to create a space where he could explore tender feelings of love, longing, and loss.

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