P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, an affiliate of The Museum of Modern Art, is the oldest and second largest non-profit arts center in the United States solely devoted to contemporary art. Contains a page with a press release- press-PeterHujar
EXHIBITION PRESS RELEASE Peter Hujar October 23, 2005 - April 10, 2006 (Long Island City, New York – August 16, 2005) P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center is pleased to present an exhibition and with a total of 44 keyword search results
New York Magazine
This online magazine features a biography of the artist as well as a nifty slide show of various works and several relevant links doing justice to the life of Peter Hujar
Nymag(courtesy of Mathew Marks Gallery--
The Artist.Org- artists and art, the-artists.org, the major modern & contemporary visual artists, each artist with portrait, brief biography, links to articles, essays and artist interviews; original art, limited edition art prints, photography and poster art, paintings, multimedia and artist's books & cultural tours. Some cool links to see and read more about Peter Hujar’s work and life.
Artists On Line
Hundreds of artists are available to locate on this site focusing on the artist seriously and thoroughly. The page offering for Peter Hujar contains images and links to information that is raw and uninhibited.
Great source of information and a gallery exhibition of fifteen of Peter Hujar’s works
"emotionally grabbing and filled with information about the man in an essay by Holland Cotter"
Founded in 1988 by arts professionals as a response to the effects of AIDS on the arts community and as a way of organizing artists, arts institutions, and arts audiences towards direct action, Visual AIDS has evolved into an arts organization with a two-pronged mission. Intensive archival which historicizes the contributions of visual artists with HIV. And two: produces exhibitions, publications, and events utilizing visual art to spread the message "AIDS IS NOT OVER."
The intenternet’s free encyclopedia gives us several links to further information about the artist.
Twin Palms Press
Publisher of: Portraits in Life and Death (1976), Peter Hujar's infamous now book based upon the exhibition of the same name.
Photography Guide.com--an excellent source for information on a wealth of artists arranged alphabetically