The exhibition Peter Hujar: Speed of Life at the Morgan Library, in New York, presents magnificent photographs of this influential American photographer and New York underground icon of the 1970s and 80s, belonging to a lost generation of artists who died of AIDS. In those decades, lower Manhattan, was a breeding ground for talent. Peter Hujar, known for his portraits...
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