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abject representations of homosexu-
ality, 12, 169n.19; Butler’s discussion
of, 48, 174n.46; Warhol as example
of, 13, 112–16
About Time, 40
abstract expressionism: mythology
about, 48–49; New York School of
poetry and, 96
Allen, G. W., 68
Allport, Gordon, 43–44
Amaya, Mario, 184n.37
America, Paul, 2
anal imagery, in homosexual art, 159–
62, 187nn.43–44
Anecdotal Theory, 188n.4
archive, role of rumor in, 17–21
Archive Fever, 17
art community: myth of homosexual
dominance of, 24–26, 39–42, 49–
50, 54–72, 172n.6; queer identity in,
63–73
art criticism: Giorno’s satire of, 2;
homosexuality as theme in, 42–43;
of Johns, 151–56; by poets, 96; of
Warhol, 111–12
Art Digest, 111
art history: archival procedures in,
138–39; gossip as, 2–4, 167n.3; homo-
sexuality in context of, 5–9, 59–62;
interpretive procedures in, 20–21;
Johns’s paintings in context of, 146–62
artistic creativity: gossip and, 1, 77;
homosexuality linked to, 52–72;
mythologies of homosexuality and,
11–12, 54–72, 177n.13
Artist in America, An, 26, 32
Artnews, 133
‘‘Art of Michelangelo, The,’’ 61
Arts Magazine, 140–42
asexuality, Warhol’s transition to image
of, 124–29
Ashbery, John, 169n.20; on documen-
tary value, 105; homosexuality of,
87; O’Hara and, 83; Rivers and, 41,
95–96
assimilationism, Warhol’s rejection of,
118–23
Atkinson, Terry, 184n.38
Auden, W. H., 40–41, 81
Austin, J. L., 19, 171n.38
avant-garde gambit, Warhol’s use of,
122, 184n.34
‘‘avant-garde sex,’’ Rivers’s interest in,
87–88
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