Selected Bibliography

  • 2016

    • “Unfinished Memories: 30 Years of Exit Art,” Published by Steidl Publishing and Exit Art, pp. 24, 33, 69 109, 193, 290 316, 387, 396 (illustrations)
    • “Homeward: Selections from the Wieland Collection,” Published by the Wieland Collection, Atlanta, GA, pp. 256-257, (illustration)
    • Harmon, Katharine, “You Are Here NYC,” Published by Princeton Architectural Press, pp. 40-41, p.109 (illustrations)
  • 2015

    • Cristofovici, Anca and Montefalcone, Barbara, Editors, “The Art of Collaboration: Poets, Artists, Books,” Published by Cuneiform Press, pp.113-116 (illustrations)
    • “Marks Made: Prints by American Women from the 1960’s to the Present,” Published by the Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, FL, p. 7, pp. 64-65 (illustrations)
  • 2014

    • Levi Strauss, David, “Words Not Spent Today Buy Smaller Images Tomorrow: Essays on the Present and Future of Photography,” Published by Aperture Foundation, NY, pp.42-44 (illustrations)
  • 2013

    • Sheets, Hilarie M., “Down the Rabbit Hole of Photography,” ARTnews, February, pp.74-79, (illustrations)
    • Kramer, Anke and Pelz, Annegret, Editors, “Album: Organisationform narrativer Koharenz,” Published by Wallstein Verlag, Gottingen, Germany, pp. 25-26, (illustrations)
    • Hammond, Jane, “Art of the Butterfly,” American Butterflies, Summer, pp. 32-33 (illustrations)
  • 2011

    • Princenthal, Nancy, “Jane Hammond at Lelong,” Art in America, November, pp.173-174 (Illustration)
    • Priestley, John, “Art=Text=Art,” Art Papers, November/December, p.59
    • “It Is Almost That: A Collection of Image +Text by Women Artists and Writers,” Edited by Lisa Pearson, Published by Siglio
    • Mobilo, Albert, “Houdini: Art and Magic,” Bookforum,February/March, p.43 (illustration)
  • 2010

    • MacAdam, Barbara A. “Jane Hammond at Pace Prints,” ARTNews, Summer, pp. 126-127 (illustration)
    • Dillon, Pamela, “Wright State Exhibit Delves into Art of Printmaking,” Dayton Daily News, April 18, page D8, (illustration)
  • 2009

    • Gaston, Deborah L., “Telling Secrets: Codes, Captions, and Conundrums in Contemporary Art,” Women in the Arts, Fall 2009, pp. 13-15 (illustrations)
  • 2008

    • Potter, Amanda, “Collecting Leaves, Assembling Memory: Jane Hammond’s Fallen and the Function of War Memorials,” Archives of American Art Journal, Volume 47, Numbers 3-4, Fall 2008, pp. 66-77, (illustrations)
    • Hall, Emily, “Jane Hammond: Galerie Lelong,” Artforum, December, pp. 302-303, (illustration)
    • Wallach, Amei, “Jane Hammond’s Recombinant DNA,” Aperture, Vol 191, Summer, pp. 50-55, (illustration)
    • Hirsch, Faye, “In Memoriam,” Art in America, April, pp. 132-133, 178, (illustration)
    • Fenchel, Luke Z., “Collecting Consciousness,” The Ithaca Journal, March 20, Ticket Section, pp. 1, 8-9, (illustration)
    • “Pickowicz, Natasha Li, “Lost and Found,” The Ithaca Times, March 12, pp. 13, 17, (illustration)
    • Cordieiro, Will, “Transformational Grammars: ‘Jane Hammnd: Paper Work,’ “ The Cornell Daily Sun, February 8, p. E7, (illustration)
    • Aloi, Daniel, “Art as Language,” Cornell Chronicle, January 25, p. 16, (illustration)
    • Klaes, Larry, “Artist Creates ‘Fictions from Facts’ “ Tompkins Weekly, February 11, p.13
  • 2007

    • Goddard, Dan R, “Artist’s Collages Turn Photos Into Fiction,” San Antonio Express-News, September 26, p. G1
    • Lynch, Lisa Amato, “Jane Hammond: Paper Work,” Art New England, April/May, p. 31 (illustration)
    • Lippens, Nate, “Butterflies and Battlefields Share the Message in Jane Hammond’s ‘Souls’,” The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, February 9, p. 28
    • Cotter, Holland, “What F Word?” The New York Times, March 9, p. E24
    • Line, Elizabeth, “Passionate Attitudes,” PHOTOGRAPHY Quarterly, #94, Vol. 23 p. 35-36 (illustration)
  • 2006

    • Brune, Adrian, “Fresh Impressions,” The Hartford Courant, Hartford, CT, December 28, p. D1
    • Kley, Elizabeth, “Imagined Worlds: Willful Invention and the Printed Image 1470-2005,” ArtNews, April, p. 148
    • Molina, Angela, “Nous Mons,” El Pais, Barcelona, Spain, February 23, p. 49
    • Bufill, Juan, “Jane Hammond Expone sus Puzzles-Ficcion,” La Vanguardia, Barcelona, Spain, February 18 (illustration)
    • “Hammond is Artist in Residence,” West Hawaii Today, February 17, p. 7C (illustration)
  • 2005

    • Glueck, Grace, “Images of the Great Beyond, No Reality Check Required,” The New York Times, November 26, p. B11
    • Heartney, Eleanor, “Jane Hammond at Galerie Lelong,” Art in America, September, pp. 150-151 (illustration)
    • “Jane Hammond,” The New Yorker, April 18, 2005, p. 32
    • Fels, Sophie, “Jane Hammond, Galerie Lelong” Time Out New York, April 28- May 4, p.74 (illustration)
    • “Collaboration/Collage,” Indiana Review, Volume 27, Number 1, (Summer 2005), p.146-147, (illustrations)
    • Bembnister, Theresa, “Jane Hammond,” The Kansas City Star, September 15, p. 31 (illustrations)
  • 2004

    • Glueck, Grace, “With Artists Among Alumni, A School Can Be a Collector,” The New York Times, July 26, p. E30
    • Richards, Judith Olch, Editor, Inside the Studio: Two Decades of Talks with Artists in New York, Independent Curators International, New York, pp.114-117 (illustrations)
    • Betti, Claudia and Sale, Teel, Drawing, A Contemporary Approach, Fifth Edition, Thomson/Wadsworth Learning, pp. 286-287, 308, 318, 341 (illustrations)
    • Schaffner, Ingrid, “Hula Dancer, Meet Mahtma Gandi,” Mount Holyoke Alumnae Quarterly, Spring issue, pp. 18-21 (illustrations)
    • Rubinstein, Raphael, En Quete de Miracle, Editions Greges, Montpellier, France pp. 61-62
    • “New Prints Review,” Art on Paper, November/December, p. 63 (illustration)
    • Lulaki, Susi and Berman, Laura, “The Rules of the Game,” Review, (Kansas City), April, pp. 44-47 (illustrations)
    • Hackett, Regina, “Jane Hammond at the Greg Kucera Gallery,” Seattle Post-Intelliegencer, January 23, p. (illustration)
    • Liorca, Pablo, The Termites and the Elephant, Exhibition catalogue for “Arte Termita Contra Elefante Blanco” p. 69 (illustration), p 202, ICO Foundation, Madrid, Spain
    • Fugate, Marty, “The Elephants in the Room,” The Longboat Observer, December 16, p. 5C
    • Gonzalez, Allyson, “Space Crunch,” Weekly Planet (Sarasota, FL), Nov. 17–23, p. 41
  • 2003

    • “Splendid Pages: The Molly and Walter Bareiss Collection of Modern Illustrated Books,” Exhibition catalogue published by the Toledo Musuem of Art, Toledo, OH
    • Rubinstein, Raphael, “A Quiet Crisis,” Art in America, March, pp. 39-45
    • “Art A Century Apart,” The Clarion-Ledger,” (Jackson, MS), March 2, pp. 3F, 5F, (illustration)
    • Rubinstein, Raphael and Hammond, Jane “On Collaboration,” Artkrush, Issue 2, artkrush.com
    • Cohen, Keri Guten, “Jane Hammond: Shanghai Costumes,” Detroit Free Press. May 18, (illustration)
    • Chistopher, Andre, “Art History,” Tennis Week Magazine, May 6, Cover and p. 43 (illustration)
    • Lance, Tony, “Poster Girl,” Tennis Magazine, June, p. 44 (illustration)
    • Lehody, Frank K., “The Model Daughter,” Roland Garros Magazine, pp. 56-60, (illustration)
    • Lehody, Frank K., “Le Meilleur d’Hammond,” Roland Garros’ Le Quotidien Officiel 2003, pp. 38-39 (illustration)
    • Lehody, Frank K., “Jane Hammond en Sept Questions,” La Tribune de Roland Garros, Avril/Mai, pp. 1-2 (illustration)
  • 2002

    • Wallach, Amei, “To a Painter, Words are Worth a Thousand Pictures,” The New York Times, October 13, Arts and Leisure, Section Two, pp. 1, 37 (illustrations)
    • “American Visionaries: Selections from the Whitney Museum of Art,” Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
    • Hirsch, Faye, “Working Proof: Jane Hammond and Raphael Rubinstein” Art on Paper, December, 2002, pp. 54-55 (illustrations)
    • Lovelace, Carey, “Jane Hammond at Galerie Lelong,” Art in America, April, pp. 152 -153 (illustration)
    • Carrier, David, “Jane Hammond at the Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art,” Artforum, March, p. 144 (illustration)
    • Princenthal, Nancy, “Be Zany, Poised Harpists, Be Blue, Little Sparrows,” Exhibition catalogue published by Dieu Donne Lab Grant Program, Dieu Donne Papermill, New York, NY
    • Lehman, David, “Jane Hammond,” The Frances Dittmer Series on Contemporary Art, BOMB magazine, Fall 2002, pp.28-35 (illustration)
    • Rubenstein, Raphael, “Back Stage: Secrets of Scene Painting,” Exhibition catalogue published by The Whitney Museum of American Art at Philip Morris, New York, NY
    • Hirsch, Faye, “Paper Pulse: A Conversation with Jane Hammond,” Art On Paper, March-April, Cover and pp. 64-69 (illustrations)
    • Newhall, Edith, “Set Pieces,” New York Magazine, January 21-28, p. 95 (illustration)
    • Devine, John, “What’s in a Name,” Houston Press, October 31-November 6, p. 58 (illustration)
    • Johnson, Patricia C, “Play on Words,” Houston Chronicle, September 28, 2002, pp. 9-10D (illustration)
    • Perwaiz, Uruj, The Daily Cougar, October 2, p. 12 (illustration)
    • “Art of the Butterfly: Body Language 2002 by Jane Hammond,” American Butterflies, Summer 2002, pp. 42-43, (illustration)
    • Morse, Marcia, “Archaeology of the Surreal,” Honolulu Weekly, May 22-28, p. 9 (illustration)
    • Rizk, Mysoon, “Jane Hammond at the Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art,” New Art Examiner, May-June, p. 91 (illustration)
    • Hammond, Jane, “In Her Own Words: Wonderful You,” Women in the Arts, Fall 2002, pp.8-9 (illustration)
    • Uberquoi, M.C., “Jane Hammond,” El Cultural, Barcelona, Spain, December 5-11.
  • 2001

    • “Digital: Printmaking Now,” Exhibition catalogue, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY
    • Hirsch, Faye, “Working Proof,” Art on Paper, July-August, 2001, p. 62 (illustration)
    • Keri Guten Cohen, “Jane Hammond at Lemberg,” Detroit Free Press, February 25, 2001, page 7G
    • Joy Hakanson Colby, “Jane Hammond Puts Her Energy on Paper,” The Detroit News, March 2, 2001
    • 2000
    • Frueh, Joanna, Fierstein, Laurie, and Stein, Judith, Picturing the Modern Amazon, Rizzoli and New Museum Books, New York.
    • Zimmer, William, “A Return to the Stories that Viewers May Have Been Missing,” The New York Times, Sunday, January 11, p. 18 (illustration.)
    • “Die Kunst der Linie” Exhibition Catalogue, Landesmuseum, Linz, Austria
    • Yovens, Rachel, “The Likeness of Being: Contemporary Self-Portraits by 60 Women,” New York Arts, Vol. 5, no. 1, pp 49-52 and cover.
    • Cembalest, Robin, “The Woman in the Mirror,” Elle, Jan. 2000, p. 34 (illustration.)
    • Rubinstein, Raphael, “Ashbery in Dargerland,” Art in America, Feb. 2000, pp 37-39.
    • Hirsch, Faye, “Working Proof,” Art on Paper, March-April 2000, p. 64 (illustration)
  • 1999

    • Lustfeldt, Heather, “Jane Hammond at Cohen,” Review, Dec. 1999, Vol.2, #2, p. 21.
    • Molina, Angela, “Jane Hammond, en el Cementerio de Elefantes,” ABC Newspaper, November 15, 1999.
    • Oliver, Conxita, “El Velar I el Desvelar de Jane Hammond,” Avui Newspaper, Culture Magazine supplement, Nov. 18, 1999, p. 19.
    • Johnson, Ken, “Printmaking as a Magical Collaboration,” The New York Times, July 30, 1999, p. B35.
    • Johnson, Ken, “Art Guide,” The New York Times, July 16, 1999, p. B38.
    • Harrison, Helen A., “Updating and Adapting Traditions, of a Country or a Medium,” The New York Times, Sunday, February 14, p. 23 (illustration.)
    • Cohen, Keri Guten, “Jane Hammond,” Detroit Free Press, Sunday, May 2, p. 2E.
    • Salvaggio, Denise, “Living With Art,” Orlando, April, pp. 50-54.
  • 1998

    • “A Sustaining Passion: The Tsagaris/Hillberry Collection,” Exhibition Catalogue published by Cedar Rapids Museum of Art.
    • Vincent, Steven, “Silicon Gallery,” Art & Auction, January, pp. 76-79, 114-115.
    • Troy, Maria, “Greenville Rocks,” The New Art Examiner, March, pp. 32-37 (illustration.)
    • Johnson, Ken, “Jane Hammond,” The New York Times Art Guide, p. E36, March 13.
    • Mitchell, Ben, “Jane Hammond at Greg Kucera,” Artweek, January.
    • Corbett, William, “Queen Jane Approximately,” Modern Painters, Summer, pp. 88-89.
    • Brody, Jaqueline, “Paper,” Brochure essay for exhibition at Dieu Donné Press and Paper.
    • Thorson, Alice, “Cohen’s ‘Preview’ United Abstract Talents,” The Kansas City Star, July 24, p. 11.
    • Osman, Jana; Spahr, Juliana; Zweig, Janet, “Different Languages,” Chain, Issue 5, Small Press Distribution, Berkeley, California, pp. 96-98 (illustration.)
    • Oksenhorn, Stewart, “Creating Art Our of Pandemonium,” Aspen Times Weekly, June 27-28, pp. 1B, 9B-10B.
    • Cedrins, Inara, “Knowing Children,” Cover, vol. 12, #4, p. 51 (illustrtion.)
  • 1997

    • ArtNews Special, January, p. 50.
    • New York Magazine, April, p. 145.
    • Levin, Kim, “Jane Hammond,” The Village Voice, April 16-22, p. 12.
    • Corbett, William, “Highlights: New York,” Artsmedia, June, p. 35.
    • Rubinstein, Raphael, “Jane Hammond at Luhring Augustine,” Art in America, September pp. 106.
    • Schmerler, Sarah, “Jane Hammond,” ArtNews, September, p. 130.
    • Howard, Malcolm, “Universal Images,” The Colorado Springs Independent, pp. 9-14.
    • Betti, Claudia and Sale, Teel, Drawing, A Contemporary Approach, Fourth Edition, Harcourt Brace College Publishers, pp. 293-294 (illustration.)
    • Schwabsky, Barry, “New York,” catalogue essay for Gallery F-15, Moss, Norway.
    • Sandberg, Lotte, ” New York pa Jeloy,” Aften Polten, Octer 12, p. 25 (illustration.)
    • Flor, Harald, “Vold og Tyggis,” Dagbladet, October 1.
    • Jortveit, Anne Karin, “Chanel, pistalskudd-og liuslinjer,” Klassekampen, October 4, p. 33 (illustration.)
    • Olsen, Ragnhild, “Med (tyggis) under stolen,” Moss Avis, Sept.ember 12, pp. 12-13 (illustration.)
    • Cameron, Dan, “Glocal Warming,” ArtForum, December, p. 20.
    • Hackett, Regina, “Hammond’s Savvy Surrealism Makes Conscious Use of the Unconscious,” Seattle Post Intelligencier, November 21, p. 21.
    • Klawans, Stuart, “Museums,” The Daily News, April 26.
  • 1996

    • Smith, Robert, “A neo-Surrealist Show with a Revisionist Agenda,” The New York Times, January 12, p. C23.
    • Duncan, Michael, “Report from Los Angeles,” Art in America, January, p. 39.
    • Holg, Garrett, Review of Zolla/Lieberman, Art News, February, p. 141, Framework, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p. 52.
    • Princenthal, Nancy, “Now You See It, You Don’t: The Magic Magic Book,” Parkett 47, pp.184-187
    • Suto, Wilma, “Een oor met ogen en een open boek,” De Volkskrant, February 9.
    • Lutticken, Sven, “De beeldbank van Hammond, ” March 1.
    • Warlow, Emma, “Desireable Deco,” Apartment Living, April/May, p. 47 (cover image.)
    • Colby, Joy Hanson, “Anything Goes…Together in Hammond’s Art,” The Detroit News, Thursday, April 4, p. 1F.
    • Provenzano, Frank, “Layered Lyricism,” Metrotimes, May 15-21, p. 20.
    • Campbell, Shane, “Jane Hammond,” The New Art Examiner, September.
    • Bee, Susan and Schor, Mira, “Jane Hammond,” New Observations, #113, Winter, cover, pp. 8-9.
    • Yeo, Ricky, “Looking Good,” IQ Magazine (Singapore,) cover, pp. 28-32.
  • 1995

    • Pagel, David, “Entering a Psychic World of Stimulating Hyperactivity,” Los Angeles Times, January 19, 1995, F.8.
    • McGee, Celia, “Book Tricks from Ricky Jay and the Whitney,” The New York Observer, p.24.
    • Frank, Peter, “Art Picks of the Week: Dominique Blain, Jane Hammond, Subtle Differences,” LA Weekly, February 3-9, 1995.
    • Field, Richard, “Contemporary Emblems,” Reinventing the Emblem, Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT.
    • Diehl, Carol, “Jane Hammond–Jose Freire,” ArtNews, February, p.126.
    • Stein, Judith, “The Word Made Image,” Art in America, May, pp. 98-101.
    • “The Printroom of the Yale University Art Gallery,” Print Collector’s Newsletter, March-April 1995, p.14.
    • Scott, Sue, “Selective Visions,” Art & Antiques, November, pp. 92-95.
    • “1995 Acquisitions-The Hallmark Collection.” (back cover.)
    • Cuperman, Pedro, “Sips and Slips,” Point of Contact, Vol. 4, No. 2, Fall, pp. 73-80.
    • Zinnes, Harriet,”Jane Hammond,” Art Papers, March and April, p. 57.
    • Hackett, Regina, “Sex Show at Greg Kucera Runs Controversial to Serene,” Seattle Post Intelligencer, February 10.
  • 1994

    • Smith, Roberta, “Jane Hammond at Jose Freire,” The New York Times, November 4, 1994, p.C30.
    • Cottingham, Laura, “On the Precipice of Poetic Justice,” Catalogue essay for the exhibition at Jose Freire Fine Art, New York City, October.
    • Cameron, Dan, “Critical Edge: The Easel Way Out,” Art & Auction, December, pp.66-69.
    • Staff, “Here Comes the Future: 25 Faces Facing Forward,” Interview Magazine, October, p.66.
    • Staff, “Self-Portrait by Jane Hammond,” The New Yorker, October 31, 1994, p.22.
    • Bishop, Philip, “Her Painting Are Meditations on Detail,” The Orlando Sentinel, December 11, 1994.
  • 1993

    • Kertess, Klaus, “See Jane Paint,” April, essay for exhibition at Jose Freire Fine Art, New York, New York.
    • Findsen, Owen, “Exhibits for Art Museum’s 1993-94 Season,” Cincinnati Enquirer, June 23.
    • Hackett, Regina, “Review,” Seattle Post-Intelligencer, April 16, p.__ (illustration.)
    • Liebman, Lisa, “Art, Finite Universe,” The New Yorker, April 12, 1993.
    • Ament, Doloris Tarzan, “New York Artist Makes Beautiful Impressions,” The Seattle Times, April 8 (illustration.)
    • Johnson, Ken, “Jane Hammond at Jose Freire,” Art in America, October, p. 126 (with illustration.)
    • Cameron, Dan, “What Goes Around,” Art and Auction, October 1993, pp.80-81.
    • Cotter, Holland, “Review,” The New York Times, April 23, 1993 p. C28.
    • Levin, Kim, “Voice Choice,” The Village Voice, April 13, 1993.
    • The New Yorker, “Finite Universe,” April 12, 1993, page 14.
    • Iannacci, Anthony, “Review,” ARTFORUM, January, 1993, (illustration).
  • 1992

    • Wasserman, Burton, “Exhibitions in Sight,” Art Matters, February 1992, p. 3.
    • Cameron, Dan, “Don’t Look Now,” Frieze, Issue 3, pp. 4-8.
    • Drucker, Johanna, “Visual Pleasure: A Feminist Perspective,” Meaning #11, May 1992, pp. 3-11.
    • Hermanns, Ralph, “Pussellexicon för Konstnarer,” Dagens Industri, Sweden, page 43, with illustrations.
    • Olofsson, Anders, “Jane Hammond,” Material #8, 1992, page 43.
    • Cameron, Dan, The Outlaw Academy,” Art and Auction, April 1992 p. 96-98.
    • Williams, Gilda, “Review,” Flash Art, December 1992, Italian Edition.
    • Dubin, Zan, “Painting Themselves Out of a Corner,” Los Angeles Times, October 10, 1992 (photo).
    • Curtis, Cathy, “Women’s Work: Rich, Shocking,” Los Angeles Times, October 16, 1992.
    • Liberio, Lydia, “What If Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein Had Been Women?” The Irvine World News, October 15, 1992, p. B17 (photo).
    • Myers, Terry R., “Fear Strikes Out,” QW, October 4, 1992, pp. 38-39.
    • Ayerza, Josephina, “Interview with Jane Hammond,” Lacanian Ink, #6, pp. 68-75 (with illustrations).
  •  1991

    • Evans, Steven, “Review of Painting Culture,” NYO, November 10, p.34.
    • Kozik, K.K., “Jane Hammond, fiction/non-fiction,” Cover Magazine, October 1991.
    • Mahoney, Robert, New York reviews, Art & Antiques, October 1991.
    • Kimmelman, Michael, “Painting Culture,” The New York Times, November 1, 1991.
    • Hess, Elizabeth, “Death to the Masters,” Village Voice, October 22, 1991.
    • Cyphers, Peggy, “New York in Review,” Arts Magazine, September 1991, p.7.
    • Rosenberg, Barry A. and Carol Nathanson, “Words & #s,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio, 1991 (illustrations).
    • Handy, Ellen, “Abstract Information — First Impressions, Last Resorts: Printmaking at the End of the Century,” Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, CT (with illustration).
    • Levin, Kim, “Voice Choices: Jane Hammond at fiction/nonfiction,” The Village Voice, June 4, p.115
    • Taylor, Fredrieke, “Alchemy,” New Observations, number 84, New York, NY (with illustrations).
    • Colby, Joy, Detroit News, March 29, 1991, pp. 1C-2C.
    • Miro, Marcia, Detroit Free Press, March 31, 1991, page 4C.
    • Hixson, Kathryn, “Chicago in Review,” Arts Magazine, January, p. 107 (with illustration).
  •  1990

    • Creeley, Robert, “Never Lose Your Paper,” catalogue essay, Universal Limited Art Editions, New York, NY.
    • Ackley, Clifford, “The Unique Print Today,” catalogue essay, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (with illustration).
    • Kiehl, David, “On American Printmaking,” catalogue essay.
    • 11th British International Print Biennale, Bradford Art Galleries and Museums, Bradford, England.
    • Bowman, Russel and Dean Sobel, “Word as Image: American Art 1960 to 1990,” catalogue essay, Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (with illustration).
    • Handy, Ellen, “The Pearls and the String, Jane Hammond’s Associative Method,” Arts Magazine, September, pp. 47 through 51 (with illustrations).
    • Ashbery, John, Catalog Essay, “Jane Hammond New Paintings,” Wetterling Gallery, 1990.
    • McCracken, David, “Hammond Leaves Pictorial Story to Viewer,” Chicago Tribune, Friday, November 16, 1990.
    • Barckett, Lynda, “Jane Hammond at the Zolla/Lieberman Gallery,” Reader, Friday, November 23, 1990, p. 29.
    • Enders, Alexandra, “Family Portraits,” Art & Antiques, October, p. 67 (with illustration).
    • McGovern, Adam, “Summer Group Show: Prints and Works on Paper,” Cover, September.
    • Harrison, Helen, A., “Blurring Artistic Distinctions,” The New York Times, July8.
    • Jensen, James, “Recent Paintings,” catalogue essay for exhibition at the Honolulu Academy of Arts, Honolulu, Hawaii, May/June 1990.
    • Myers, Terry, R., “New York Fax,” Art Issues, May 1990, p. 34.
    • Hess, Elizabeth, “Fly on the Wall,” The Village Voice, February 27, 1990, p. 84 (with illustration).
    • Atkins, Robert, “New This Week,” Seven Days, February 28, 1990, p. 52.
    • Myers, Terry R., “Review,” Flash Art, Summer 1990, p. 150 (with illustration).
    • Myers, Terry R., “Review,” Art Today-Videotape, February, 1989.
    • Morse, Marcia, “Disparities the Eye Somehow Connects,” The Sunday Star-Bulletin and Advertiser, June 17, 1990, Honolulu, Hawaii, page E10 (illustrations).
  • 1989

    • Walker, Barry, “Projects and Portfolios,” catalogue essay for exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum Brooklyn, New York, October (with illustration).
    • Creeley, Robert, “Here,” Catalog Essay, Exit Art, 1989 (with illustrations).
    • Myles, Eileen, “Review,” Art in America, October, p. __ (with illustration).
    • Papadakis, Andrea, ed., New York, New Art, vol. 5, pp. 62-65 (England) (with illustration).
    • Miro, Marsha, “Review,” Detroit Free Press, August 13, 1989, p. 6G (with illustration).
    • Henry, Gerrit, “Reading Jane Hammond,” The Print Collector’s Newsletter, September-October, pp. 128-129 (with illustration).
    • Shestak, Mel, “New York,” Contemporanea, September, p. 33.
    • Hirsh, David, “Summer Thrills for Humid Heat,” The New York Native, July 24, p. 30.
    • Atkins, Robert, Arena (Spain), June, pp. 109-110 (with illustration).
    • Cirincone, Janine, “Review,” Cover Magazine, April, p. 14.
    • Bass, Ruth, “Review,” ARTnews, May, pp. 171-172 (with illustration).
    • Mahoney, Robert, “Review,” Arts, Summer, p. 96 (with illustration).
    • Ôblêk, Spring 1989, 11 illustrations.
    • Van Wagner, Judy K. Collischan, Lines of Vision, Hudson Hills Press, NY, p. 69 (with illustration).
  • 1987

    • Huntington, Richard, “Hammond Paintings Present a Challenge,” The Buffalo News, December 9, p. 27.
    • Bass, Ruth, “New York, New York,” ART-TALK, August/September, p. 58.
    • Dorsey, John, “Six Painters Try Their Heads at Printmaking,” The Baltimore Sun, June 4, 1987, E1, 6 (with illustration).